The Newark Museum of Art is unquestionably the largest art museum in the state. Previously known as the Newark Museum, it is now called the Newark Museum of Art. It boasts an impressive collection of art from various parts of the world, including American art, contemporary art, decorative arts, Asian art, African art, art from the Americas, and ancient art. Visitors can explore over 80 galleries, attend educational programs, engage in innovative family experiences, enjoy special events, and attend musical performances. Their art collection includes works by famous artists such as Hiram Powers, John Singer Sargent, Thomas Cole, Edward Hopper, Frederick Church, Albert Bierstadt, Mary Cassatt, Childe Hassam, Georgia O'Keeffe, Joseph Stella, Tony Smith, and Frank Stella. The museum has Tibetan art galleries that are widely considered some of the world's finest, and it even has a mini-zoo that houses small animals. Admission is free for Newark residents, museum members, and children.