Pascack Historical Society, Park Ridge, NJ



Come visit our newest exhibit, “The Jazz Age: Fashions, Flappers & Flasks

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Visitors will see various day and dinner dresses, coats and accessories worn and used by the women of the Pascack Valley during the short and exciting time in American history.

Admission is free, but donations are appreciated at the door. Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.

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We are a regional educational and research center that tells the story of life in the Pascack Valley from dinosaur times to the present day.

The Society’s newsletter, RELICS, is mailed to our members four times a year and is now indexed by title on the “Relics Index” page of this website.

The Pascack Historical Society Museum is open all year long. We offer educational and enrichment programs for all age groups- tiny tots to senior citizens. Our barrier-free Museum is the home of thousands of artifacts and many displays that chronicle the life of the Pascack Valley from Lenape Indian days until the present. Special exhibits take place throughout the year on subjects pertaining to the origins of the people of northern New Jersey.

Wednesday: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Sundays: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is free. Donations accepted.

Special group tours at other hours may be arranged by calling (201) 573-0307.

We are located at 19 Ridge Avenue in Park Ridge, NJ.

P: (201)-573-0307

The Pascack Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) organization that was incorporated on October 13, 1942 by a group of historically minded citizens. It is a membership-based not for profit organization that promotes and preserves the early history of the Pascack Valley and its peoples.

We have NEVER had a paid employee, and we think that is a remarkable accomplishment. Although the Pascack Historical Society received an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State, we receive no regular government funding and rely on membership dues and donations to keep our boat afloat. Your donations are always appreciated and welcome.