The Museum

The Museum of Mythology is an attraction for all ages and there is something in it for everyone to enjoy. Our feature attraction is the Museum itself, and this is a family friendly event that is even wheelchair accessible. The Museum is broken into three separate sections, Greek, Egyptian and Viking. Tickets can be purchased for the sections separately or as a combo-museum ticket. Once purchased, your wristband pass allows you unlimited access to that section for the entire day.

Although the Museum itself is a family friendly event, please exhibit caution for small children who are afraid of life-size monsters and creatures. There are no monsters or people who will jump out at you or scare you in any way inside any of the three mythos museum sections; however, we have gone to a great length in recreating believable monsters and facades. The sheer size and realism of these sculpts and facades may frighten the youngest of patrons.

"The Face of a Harpy" as encountered
by Jason and the Argonauts

Our goal has been to put you in a fantasy world which would have been similar to the way these ancient cultures believed their myths to be true. Our current Greek Mythos will allow you to stand alongside of a Pegasus near a beautiful stream. Hear the roar of the ocean and feel the mist of the seas on your face as you pay homage to the mighty Poseidon by the coral reef. Tremble as you walk through the dark and mysterious underworld before Hades and his three-headed dog guardian Cerberus. Walk with us through the museum as we recreate cultures that are long gone, but not forgotten.


The Egyptian mythos will put you face to face with Anubis as well as a giant scorpion minion of Set about to strike with its deadly tail. Learn about the power of the Ankh, and witness mummies being prepared for burial. From Bast to Hathor, Ra to Sekhmet, Isis to Thoth, you can stand before all the Elderly Egyptian Gods in their desert temples. Learn about the immortal Phoenix who perishes only to rise again from its own ashes.


The Norse (Viking) mythos spans many of the modern fantasy favorites. The legends of trolls, giants, dwarves and elves all stem from Norwegian Mythology. Witness the backbone of Norse mythology, the giant tree of life, Yggdrasil. Come face to face with the mighty Nidhogg Dragon. Walk through the very halls of Valhalla to pass by Odin himself. Stand before the awe-inspiring size of the Frost and Fire Giants.


The three museum sections hope to be fun filled events for everyone.


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The Planetarium

The Planetarium is another event with is a family friendly event. This event is also wheelchair accessible. The Planetarium will be showing a movie about the Titans, the rise of the Greek Gods, Mount Olympus on high, and finally the immortality of Greek Mythology in our modern day solar system.

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Egyptian Lost Tomb Adventure

The Egyptian Lost Tomb Adventure will be an event for only the bravest of souls! Tickets for it are purchased separately from the museum, and it is a completely separate attraction. It is not recommended for handicap accessibility, those pregnant, or for those faint of heart. This thrill seeking journey will allow you to walk through a trip into a cursed Egyptian tomb. Monsters, mummies and people will do their best to jump out at you and scare you around every turn. To be successful, you must navigate through this tomb and recover three special artifacts to avoid the curse. Are you one of the brave souls willing to travel into this cursed tomb?

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Greek Underworld Boat Ride

The Greek Underworld Boat Ride is a mild event. Imagine an old wooden raft, being pushed along by Charon of the Underworld himself. Take yourself on this water bound journey, past strange and unusual sites of the underworld. Pass by the lost and forgotten souls of the River Styx. Travel though these hallowed caves and behold scary beasts of a long forgotten era. Complete your journey by confronting Hades, Lord of the Underworld himself, and his guardian Cerberus before making haste back to the world of the living.

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Viking Mystical Forest Ride

The Viking Mystical Forest Ride is a mild event. Up to four people can hop inside a magical carved out tree trunk… a trunk that travels through a mystical forest by its own power passing through the realm of the dark elves, and dwarves. Your journey takes you to the magical trolls of the forest, and you must quickly pass by the giants of the forest before being seen! This is a magical journey of the highest quality and one of most advanced ride systems of its kind.

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Colossus of Rhodes

Stand before the largest free standing statue in all of New Jersey. The recreation of an example of the Colossus of Rhodes.

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Egyptian Outdoor Sphinx

Stand before the largest outdoor sphinx this side of the Mississippi River! This replica sphinx is an example of what a great sphinx of Egypt would have looked like when first built by the Pharoahs over 3000 years ago.

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Viking Ship Display

Walk onboard a recreation of one of the most famous Viking Ships ever discovered: The Oseberg Viking Longship. This unique recreation will allow you to hear and feel what it would have been like to be on a Viking ship during that era.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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