Ticketing Info & Visitor Guidelines

A large glass paintbrush with pink and red bristles is displayed in the Museum of American Glass.

Open April through December

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

We invite you to find solace and inspiration at WheatonArts! We are open April through December, Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Millville, New Jersey. An admission ticket is needed to visit the Museum of American Glass, Down Jersey Folklife Center, and the Artist Studios. The Grounds and the Museum Stores remain walk-in (non-ticket) accessible for those coming exclusively to shop or stroll on non-event days.

To help ensure our staff and guests’ safety, all public surfaces will be cleaned regularly throughout the day, following CDC cleaning guidelines. We encourage guests and members to reserve and/or purchase tickets online and to wear a mask while indoors. Please use the ticket button below to make your purchase. You may also purchase tickets in person at the front gate upon arrival. Hand sanitizer dispensers are positioned throughout the campus; please use them frequently. 


$12.00 Adults
$11.00 Senior Adults 
$7.00 Students (Ages 6 to 18 & College Students with a valid ID)
Children 5 & under are free


Current Member admission purchases will automatically be free of charge. Your confirmation email and identification card will be required at the gate. To ensure you receive our email confirmation, please add museumstores@wheatonarts.org to your contact list. 

Coupon Codes

NARM, Active Military, & Bank of America

Your confirmation email and identification card for the type of coupon code used will be required at the gate.

For NARM Memberships, please use coupon code Narm. Our Active Duty Military coupon code is Act_Military. Bank of America cardholders & employees can use coupon code BOA_MOU on the first full weekend of every month. One ticket per cardholder. 

Please note that we are closed to the public on the following major holidays: Sunday, March 31 (Easter Sunday), Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, December 25 (Christmas Day), and New Year’s Day.

What can you see and do at WheatonArts? 

In the Museum of American Glass:

Centuries of Tomfoolery

Through the centuries, glassmakers have skillfully crafted vessels, pipes, and whimsical objects for communal entertainment. Whether intricately designed or deceptively simple, they prompt us to reflect on evolving cultural mores and society’s sense of humor at specific points in time. Come explore a fascinating group of objects through the lens of working artists compelled to recreate clever glassblowing feats from the past or push the boundaries of contemporary functional art. On display in the Museum through December 29, 2024.  LEARN MORE

In the Down Jersey Folklife Center:

Ceremonies in Circles

Explore traditional masks, garments, and objects related to special rituals and community celebrations of West African cultures. Most featured artworks were created by artists in our region, with others acquired from private collections. The exhibit provides insights into the West African traditions of masquerade as well as artistic interpretations of old wisdom and new meanings, with unique visualizations of universal human values, joys, fears, and hopes. On display in the Folklife Center through December 29, 2024. LEARN MORE

In the Glass Studio:

Glassmaking Demonstrations

Join us in the Glass Studio to feel the heat and be amazed as artists transform hot, molten glass into beautiful works of art! Meet and greet our team of glass artists as they demonstrate creative glassmaking techniques throughout the day! Demonstrations change daily, from glassblowing to mold pouring. Inspired by the original 1888 T.C. Wheaton Glass Factory, the building holds much of the essence and history of glassmaking in South Jersey and is considered the “heartbeat” of WheatonArts.  LEARN MORE

In the Pottery & Flameworking Studio:

Experience the Creative Process

WheatonArts is where imagination and artistic process meet for a wonderful arts experience for all ages. Immerse yourself in creativity by watching highly-skilled artists employ century-old techniques to create colorful works of art!  Watch fascinating artist demonstrations in the Pottery Studio and Flameworking Studio, and meet informally with the resident artists.  As artists share their craft, they discuss the materials used, their scientific properties, history, and social forces that have shaped both art and culture.  LEARN MORE

Museum Stores:

Shop the Museum Stores

Shop in the General Store for WheatonArts studio glass & ceramics from artists both local and across the USA. Discover specialty foods, hard-to-find nostalgic candies, puzzles, books, novelty toys, innovative kitchenware, and more! Shop in the Gallery of Fine Craft & A.G. Paperweight Shop for one-of-a-kind contemporary sculptures, paperweights, and home decor items. Preview a broad selection of glass & metal jewelry collections, unique clothing lines and accessories, and handcrafted pottery. 

Nature Trail:

Walk the Nature Trail

Enjoy a one-mile looping Nature Trail that runs through our 45-acre campus, developed in partnership with CU Maurice River. Learn about the region’s natural areas and wildlife, along with tips on how to preserve the environment while walking along the Nature Trail. Print out a Scavenger Hunt before your visit by clicking here. 

We look forward to your visit! 

Not ready to visit in person? Visit our Connecting Artists & Audiences page for online programs, family art workshops, videos, and more!
Click here to explore.