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11 Buildings Exclusively Dedicated to Showcasing American History

The Space Farms New Jersey Museum is home to many antique and classic American History artifacts. The antique tool barn will fascinate visitors with the ingenuity of our forefathers. The antique bicycles forge the question: How did they get up on that bike? Early American farm equipment is displayed in the Plow Barn Museum, with many local artifacts, like the Newton Ferrell Hay Fork and the Deckertown Plow.

  • More than 50 antique cars and motorcycles
  • Old-fashioned carriages and wagons that traveled all over the country
  • Eskimo exhibit
  • Fluorescent mineral theater
  • Weapons and rifles from both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars
  • Primitive tool barn
  • Doll museum containing a rare collection started hundreds of years ago
  • Blacksmith shop
  • One-of-a-kind complete miniature circus
  • A hand-built train set with all the details of the real thing
  • Indian arrowheads and artifacts

Space Farms Museum has over 500 antique dolls that will make every girl’s eye twinkle. The Space Farms antique firearm collection is one of the largest collections of antique firearms in the United States. Ralph and Fred Space collected numerous Native American artifacts from the local area. Space Farms Museum in NJ is located on a former Native American campsite at the base of the Blue Ridge, Kittatinny Mountain Range of the Appalachian Mountains.

Space Farms Museum complex is a testament to the foresight of Ralph Space the founder of Space Farms, who collected items throughout his lifetime. Come visit Space Farms New Jersey Museums and step back into American History.

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Over 50 Classic Autos

The Space Farms Auto Museum is home to over 50 antique cars and motorcycles. From the 1906 Buick Model G to the 1954 Kaiser Daren, the antique car display will amaze car buffs. Walk down the Antique car museum and imagine gangsters hopping out of the 1930’s depression era automobiles. Imagine the whimsical wispy hats on the ladies and goggles on the gents in the open air touring cars. Or feel the cool air that mysteriously surrounds the Ford 1922 Model T Snowmobile.