AAA Editor Notes
African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey—Atlantic City is at 2200 Fairmount Ave. Memorabilia, art and documents—collected in part by founder Ralph E. Hunter Sr.—reveal what life was like for many African-American residents. Family portraits, furnishings and studies of painful racist stereotypes, meant to open discussions, make up the permanent collection; they're part of the more than 3,000 objects on-site at the Noyes Arts Garage as well as the branch in Newtonville.
Food is available.