Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University, Atlantic City: Paid parking is available in the attached Wave Garage. It is also possible to find free or metered street parking on Mississippi Avenue. Park for FREE in the Wave Garage when you spend $25 or more at the shops in the Arts Garage!
Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall, Hammonton: Free parking is available in the adjacent lot and on the street at Kramer Hall in Hammonton.
Noyes Museum Shop, Hammonton: Street parking and a lot, adjacent to several small businesses on Second Street, are free to the public.
Noyes Gallery at Seaview: The hotel has ample free parking available, and an option to valet.
Guided, group tours of the Museum's galleries and hands-on workshops can be arranged for groups of ten or more. The Noyes' knowledgeable museum guides will lead your group on an informative stroll through the galleries, providing background on the exhibiting artists and analyses of the artistic techniques and subject matter they employ. Tours run forty five to sixty minutes and can be tailored to your group's special interests.
Customized, regional tour packages are also available. Arrangements for sit-down or boxed lunches can be provided. Please make your group tour reservations at least two weeks in advance of your visit. Click here to see more museum tours.
Community Outreach: Have the Noyes Visit Your Group
The Noyes can provide your community group with a speaker to familiarize your audience with the Museum and its mission as part of the cultural landscape of southern New Jersey. Visuals and hand-out materials will accompany your customized community program.
The Noyes Museum's locations are wheelchair accessible. The Museum is committed to making its programs and services accessible to all audiences.
AtlantiCare's Heart Institute has graciously provided an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) machine to The Noyes Museum. When used after sudden cardiac arrest, AEDs help save lives! We are thankful to have this lifesaving device available in the event of an emergency.
The museum is a part of Bank of America's "Museums on Us"