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The Office of Culture and Heritage is comprised of two divisions. The Division of Art and History Programs Services provides County Support Grants and Educational Cultural  Programming, while promoting county-wide public interest in local County History and Arts. The Division of Historic Sites and History Services provides restoration, operation, and maintenance of County owned historic sites, establishes museum exhibits, programs, and archeological and genealogical research activities.

A wide variety of art, history, and cultural programming is offered throughout the County , promoting cultural values, goals and traditions of local communities, the state and the nation. New Jersey enabling legislation establishes a Cultural & Heritage Commission with Freeholder appointed members that serve in an advi
sory capacity.

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Isha Vyas Division Head-Arts History Program Services Contact me
Mark Nonestied Division Head-Historic Sites & History Services Contact me


​​Office of Culture and Heritage 
75 Bayard Street, 4th Floor
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone Number(732) 745-4489
Fax: (732) 745-4524​

Middlesex County Historic Sites and Programs

  • Middlesex County Culture Goes Mobile Middlesex County Culture Goes Mobile Middlesex County Culture Goes Mobile

    Text culture to 56512 to find out all the exciting things Middlesex County has to offer. Learn about our museums, history, arts and take our fun cultural quiz!

  • East Jersey Old Town Village East Jersey Old Town Village East Jersey Old Town Village

    Historical Village that houses a collection of original, replica and reconstructed 18th and 19th century structures and artifacts from the early 1700-1800's.

  • Programs and Events Programs and Events Programs and Events

    Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission offers a wide variety of Annual Programs and Events.

  • Raritan Landing Exhibit Raritan Landing Exhibit Raritan Landing Exhibit

    A permananent exhibit showcasing Middlesex County's Colonial Port Community.

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