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PATERSON MUSEUM

2 Market Street, # 202, Paterson, NJ 07501

Since 1925

Education, Museums, Landmarks, Historical Buildings, Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works, Railroad Steam Locomotives, Automated Looms, Tours, Painting Collection, American Artifacts, Machine Shop, Educational Programs, Guided Tours, Group Tour Reservation, Library & Great Falls

Children under 18: Free Admission - The museum has a vast collection of medicine that was used in the early 1900's along with beautiful paintings of medicine covers

Price: Suggested donation of $2.00 for adults

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Tue - Fri : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun : 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm Mon : Closed

This is one of the most valuable resources for mineralogical information in the entire state! First off, if you want to see the finest grade museum quality specimen samples from long abandon quarries in Paterson and Prospect Park, you must come here! N.J.'s trap rock quarries produced fine minerals like amethyst, smokey quartz, Calcite, natrolite, prehnite (should be NJ's state rock), as well as a plethora of others.

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HINCHLIFFE STADIUM

155 Market St, Paterson, NJ 07505

Since 1932

Historical Place, Sports Venue, Boxing, Racing, Baseball, Football, Track and Field Stadium, The Stadium Movement, The Federici Plaques, Post-War Stadium, The Endangered Stadium, A Photo Tour, A Virtual Tour, Auto-Racing, Major Track, Field Meets, Plus Star-Studded Musical, Entertainment Events & Sports Academy Complex

10,000-seat stadium - It is one of only a handful of stadiums surviving nationally that once played host to significant Negro league baseball during America's Jim Crow era - Area: 5.7 acres (2.3 ha)

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I spent many hours here enjoying high school football games and drum and bugle corps music. It was the site of my graduation from Central High School in June 1960. My daughter was the majorette mascot for Kennedy High School's Thanksgiving football game . . .. . I'll never forget the pride I felt watching her take the field with my Cousin Suzanne leading the band in.

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