601 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, Newark, NJ 07102 Directions
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Krueger Mansion has developed initiatives to raise awareness of the importance and capacity of the corridor, including work into opportunities for restore and use of the mansion. The organization, designed by Newark architects Guilbert and Betelle, built a 700-seat auditorium that joined the palace and its former stables at the property's southwest corner. Louise Scott all help tell this tale and that of the changes in the late 19th and 20th centuries that influenced the city and its population. It was the most valuable building ever built in Newark at the time and featured the initials "GK" in the portico and tile floor of sandstone.
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JEWISH MUSEUM OF NEW JERSEY
145 Broadway, Newark, NJ 07104 Directions
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'Jewish Museum of New Jersey' is proud to offer a display of the most recent body of work by Nava Gidanian-Kagan as well as a retrospective showcasing earlier works by the artist. About 400-year show of Jewish heritage in New Jersey. JMNJ can serve a full purpose, creating educational and cultural initiatives that promote greater understanding among people from different backgrounds and religions. This exhibition offered a historical summary of the breadth of Jewish culture across New Jersey. The museum is situated in a city with many racial and religious communities, providing an excellent opportunity to be a hub for human learning and understanding through culture and art.
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THE FEIGENSPAN MANSION
710 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, Newark, NJ 07102 Directions
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The Feigenspan Mansion was designed in 1905 for Christian Feigenspan, proprietor of one of the country's largest breweries. The 2006 grant would help fund the mansion's renovation and the preservation of its historic finishes. They are designed for Christian Feigenspan, owner of one of the largest breweries in the USA, this beautiful four-story building. The building was designed by Warrington Lawrence in the second renovation revival style and is one of a few such buildings. It affords a self-guided walking tour.