Our museum is home to thousands of objects, artifacts, and ephemera that chronicle life in Pascack Valley from the Lenape Indian days until the present. The scope of our collection is staggering—considering the size of the region we serve. Ranging from the tiny (a hat pin) to the enormous (a life-sized wooden horse) the artifact collection helps document Pascack Valley life.
The Pascack Historical Society is open to the public every Sunday from 1-4 and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon (excluding state and federal holidays). Museum admission is free, and all are welcome. You can find us at 19 Ridge Avenue, Park Ridge, N.J. (Ridge Avenue is off Pascack Road, one block north of Park Avenue West.) Parking is free on Ridge Avenue.
Group tours are available but should be arranged in advance. Inquire at [email protected] or (201) 573-0307.