2018 Fall Bus Trips

September 12th – Philadelphia Magic

       

Philadelphia Magic
Wednesday, September 12
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Magic Gardens
  • Museum of the American Revolution
  • Lunch aboard the Tall Ship Moshulu

First up in our fun filled day will be a guided tour of Magic Gardens, a unique gallery and community arts center. We’ll enjoy the art of Isaiah Zagar, a visionary mosaic artist and visit outdoor sculpture gardens/murals spanning a ½ block on Philadelphia’s famous South Street.

Our next stop will be The Museum of the American Revolution where we will enjoy a journey through the remarkable story of America’s founding and gain a deeper understanding of people, events and ideas that gave birth to our nation. Our tour guide will enhance our experience with additional insights into the artifacts and exhibits on display and provide behind the scenes details of the museum’s creation.

Our final stop will be the Moshulu for a delicious lunch aboard the oldest and largest tall ship still afloat. Built in 1904 in Glasgow, the Moshulu enjoyed a colorful past as a cargo ship carrying a variety of goods to many exotic ports. First Lady Woodrow Wilson renamed the ship Moshulu to honor the Native American Seneca Indian Tribe. Moshulu means “One Who Fears Nothing”. Following lunch we’ll take a short tour of the ship.

Museum Members- $150.00
Non- Members $160.00

Activity Level- Moderate

Please refer to the websites below for accessibility concerns:
www.phillymagicgardens.org
www.amrevmuseum.org
www.moshulu.com

RSVP by September 5, 2018
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE:


Philadelphia Magic Bus Trip




or mail check to
The Monmouth Museum
PO Box 359, Lincroft, NJ 07738

If you have any questions or would like to order a ticket, please call
Lenora Miller, 732-224-1992, lmiller@monmouthmuseum.org

October 2nd – Lincoln Center Revealed

Lincoln Center Revealed
Tuesday, October 2
8:15 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Guided tour of Lincoln Center
  • Free time for gift shops and exploring
  • Lunch at Atlantic Grill

Join us for a tour of Lincoln Center to explore this iconic complex and to gain insights into its illustrious past and exciting present. If the stars align we may even catch a glimpse of a rehearsal in progress. Lincoln Center is the world’s largest presenter of performing arts offering 5,000 programs, initiatives and events annually with 30 indoor and outdoor performance facilities.

Eleven nationally and internationally renowned art organizations are housed in the 16 acre Lincoln Center complex including Juilliard School, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Opera, The Film Society of Lincoln Center, The Chamber Music Society, New York City Ballet and School of American Ballet, Lincoln Center Theater, New York Philharmonic and New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.

John D. Rockefeller IIIwas instrumental in leading a consortium of civic leaders in securing private funding and building Lincoln Center as part of the Lincoln Square Renewal Project in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. David Geffen Hall (formally Avery Fisher Hall) was opened in 1962, David H Koch Theater (formally New York State Theater) was opened in 1964 andThe Metropolitan Opera Housewas opened in 1966.

Following the tour, we’ll step across the street to the stylish and sophisticated Atlantic Grill for a fabulous lunch.

Museum Members- $155.00
Non-Members- 165.00

Activity Level – Active/walking tour

Please refer to the website below for accessibility concerns:
www.lincolncenter.org

RSVP by September 25, 2018

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE:


Lincoln Center Bus Trip




or mail check to
The Monmouth Museum
PO Box 359, Lincroft, NJ 07738

If you have any questions or would like to order a ticket, please call
Lenora Miller, 732-224-1992, lmiller@monmouthmuseum.org