Township of Ocean Historical Museum
An Open Door To History
Copyright 2017 (C) Township of Ocean Historical Museum 
Township of Ocean Historical Museum
Address: 703 Deal Road, Ocean, NJ 07712
Mailing: P.O. Box 516, Oakhurst, NJ 07755-0516 

Directions

(732) 531-2136
​E-mail us at OceanMuseum@yahoo.com
Donate Memorial Bricks

The Museums' "Buy a Brick" campaign supports the preservation,restoration and operations of the two-hundred and fifty year old Woolley Homestead as a museum of local history. More
GET INVOLVED

The Museum is an all Volunteer Organization. We are always looking for help with projects, our many events, or just staffing the Museum. Check out our needs and Get Involved
Join Us Today

Click on the Membership form to the right and print out a form to join the Museum today.
Business Partnerships 

BECOME A BUSINESS PARTNER TO SUPPORT THE  MUSEUM IN ITS EFFORTS TO PRESERVE, RESTORE AND OPERATE THE EDEN WOOLLEY HOUSE 

So many Business owners and Professionals have asked how they can help the Museum that the Business Partnership program has been developed. Click on the Business Partnership Application icon to the left to print out the form. For more information about Business Partnerships and Benefits to your Company, phone 732-531-2136 or email OceanMuseum@verizon.net
Donate Items 

Do you own a piece of Ocean Township's history that you would like to share with the rest of the world? Then the Township of Ocean Historical Museum would like to hear from you!
 
Volunteers Needed

Can you give four or more hours each week to the Museum? Every other week? We need high school students, housewives, retirees, any one who is interested in helping with Museum operations and has some time to donate. We are looking at you, can you help??
Funding for the Township of Ocean Historical Museum provided by the New Jersey Cultural Trust.  

Funding has been made possible in part by an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a Division of the Department of State, through grant funds administered by the Monmouth County Historical Commission.

Painting and repair of the Stucile Farms Water Tower has been accomplished with financial assistance from The 1772 Foundation in cooperation with and administrated by the New Jersey Historic Trust.