The reopening of the Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton has been pushed back.
“While we are anxious to welcome visitors back to Morven, a mechanical system decided it needed one more week of quarantine to be visitor-ready, so we are delaying our opening until Wednesday, July 15,” Executive Director Jill Barry said in a prepared statement.
Morven continues to offer socially distant docent-led garden tours and history strolls of the grounds by reservation throughout the summer.
Tours are also available with a choice of pre-ordered picnic bagged lunches from local eatery Princeton Soup & Sandwich, to be safely enjoyed onsite. Details are available at www.morven.org/summertime-strolls
In addition, Morven’s highly popular exhibition, Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey has been extended to Jan. 24, 2021. Additional resources on this exhibition are available at www.morven.org/roosevelt-resources
Visitors interested in a private docent-led museum tour, including up to 12 guests, of either the first floor permanent exhibition or second floor Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey exhibition, without others inside the museum, may reserve a day and time in advance for $200 an hour. For complete details, contact Debra Lampert-Rudman at email@example.com or 609-924-8144, ext. 106.
Full reopening information, including CDC and local health official guidelines which are being followed, are available on Morven’s website at www.morven.org
Morven Museum & Garden is located at 55 Stockton St., Princeton, and is open to the public Monday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.