As of 11/17/2020, the staff of the Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs has staggered schedules due to rising numbers of those affected by Covid-19 in Warren County and the State. The Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs at Shippen Manor will be closed to the public for the time being. Planning for the 2021 season (museum & concerts) will tentatively occur in 2021. Updates will be posted on our events page (warrenparks.com/wcchc/events) and Facebook.
Wishing you health and wellness.
Welcome to Shippen Manor
Historic Shippen Manor is a restored 18th century iron master’s mansion that is located 1/4 mile west of the Route 31/Wall Street intersection in Oxford, on Belvidere Avenue. Parking is limited and visitors are encouraged to park on nearby Washington Avenue. Handicapped parking is available at the Manor. There is no admission fee.
The museum is closed for the season and offices closed to the public due to the current Covid situation.
For further information, please call (908) 453-4381.
See what we are up to on our Facebook page: @ShippenManor (see also Shippen Manor News if you do not have a Facebook account).
Group Tours / Field Trips
For the time being, Shippen Manor is unable to give tours and provide field trips as we are closed due to Covid. Once the museum is open and safety measures are implemented, then we can revisit private tours and trips.
Shippen Manor Museum Brochure
Warren County Senior Winners at 53rd Annual State Show
The Warren County Department of Land Preservation, Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs is pleased to announce that two artists from Warren County have been selected as award winners in the State’s 53rd Annual NJ Senior Citizen Art Show. Winning artists from Warren County are:
This show, featuring almost 300 pieces of artwork, is currently on display in the main building of Meadow Lakes Senior Living, 300 Meadow Lakes, East Windsor, NJ. It will remain on display and open to the public Mondays through Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm, until Thursday, October 24, 2019.
Exhibiting artists this year ranged in age from 60 to 101. Artwork in eleven categories is represented, created by professional and non-professional artists. A three-person panel of art experts juried the show, selecting first, second, and third place winners and honorable mentions in each category.
The annual exhibit is a co-sponsored project of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and Mercer County’s Division of Culture & Heritage, and is the culmination of a year of county-based Senior Citizen Art Shows held throughout the state. All the work on display represents First Place winners from the county shows. Warren County’s Division of Aging and Disability Services and the Department of Land Preservation, Division of Cultural & Heritage Affairs partnered to present our County Winners for this competitive 53rd Annual State Show.
The public can view the show, free of charge, during viewing hours. Groups of 6 or more must contact Meadow Lakes in advance by calling (609) 448-4100. Directions can be found on the Meadow Lakes website at: https://meadowlakesonline.org/
This program is made possible with Cosponsored Project grant funding from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, with additional support from the County of Mercer, Meadow Lakes (a Springpoint Senior Living Community) and the New Jersey Association of Area Agencies on Aging.