NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Museum presents 'A Walk in the Park' Sunday, May 28 10:00 a.m.  to 11:30 a.m., a free walking tour led by museum director John Simko that celebrates the Yantacaw River and Nutley’s rich history.

Did you know that the Nutley Museum is in a charming 1875 schoolhouse at 65 Church Street?

Did you know that the Nutley Museum is filled with interesting local history?

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Or that it’s recently acquired exciting new pieces?

Did you know that the Nutley Museum has a coin shot by Annie Oakley when she lived and performed here?

Or a seven-foot narwhal tusk Nutley’s first mayor brought back a hundred twenty years ago?

Or world-class art from a long line of internationally known local artists?

Or Nutley’s very first phone booth?

Did you know that the Nutley Museum is open this Sunday, May 28th, from 11:30 to 2:00?

Well, now you know! Sign up to secure a spot for A Walk In the Park, or stop by the museum to see what we’ve been up to.

Everyone will meet at the Mudhole at 10:00. a.m.Please call 973.752.8984 or email johnsimko1014@gmail.com to reserve a spot.