Discover art, culture and American history made in Northampton County. Step into the Lenni Lenape culture; learn about their care of the land, sacred sites and every day life. Follow the flow of the river to the time of the French and Indian War, and read the Treaty where all the New Jersey lands were relinquished to the English by the Indians. Visitors will journey through time to learn about Northampton County’s agricultural society and its growth to become a major center of the nation’s industrial revolution.
Selected from the more than 60,000 artifacts preserved by the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society, our galleries allow visitors to experience history through decorative arts, musical instruments, furniture, documents and informative displays each telling a story of the lives and life styles of the people who lived in Northampton County.
The Jane S. Moyer Library houses an extensive collection of Northampton County local and family history used by researchers and scholars, both local and from around the world. Group members may pre-arrange for genealogical research done on their behalf.
Visitors to the Sigal Museum Shop will find a large and unique selection of locally crafted jewelry, crafts, and decorative arts, as well as gifts, educational children’s toys, original artwork and books.
|hours of operation||Tues. – Sat.: 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., Sun.: noon – 4 p.m.; Monday and additional hours by reservation.|
|deposit policy||$50 for groups of 25 or larger|
|# of people needed for group discount||15|
|group discount||Groups of 15 or more the admission reduced to $5|