Beach Haven Public Library and Museum
Third Street and Beach Avenue
Beach Haven, NJ



Welcome to the Beach Haven Library Museum! On the second floor, there is a door where one may step down into a well furnished little museum with high, beamed ceilings and a huge, stone fireplace. It is filled with old maps, hotel registers, deeds, diaries, photographs and other relics of Beach Haven’s century and more of history.

Come visit us to see what's new in the museum. We now have a Research Center containing the first families of Beach Haven, documents with the history of homes from the Historic District, history of the hotels from bygone days and many more old documents that are housed in binders.

We are searching for old Beach Haven photos, documents and deeds to scan so that we may keep adding them to our museum. We will scan your originals and give them back to you.

Our museum is a work in progress. Our goal is to house all the important documents, photos and articles that record our borough's history from 1874.

During the fall and winter months, please call the library at 609.492.7081 to make arrangements to see the museum.

A Peek Inside Our Museum

Looking Toward the Fireplace
Preparing For the Bathing Season
Thomas Bond's Long Beach House Ledger
Pea Coat from WW2 - Original Library Gate
Main Display Case & Secretariat
South Wall Artifacts
Amber Jewlelry from the Amber Shop
Facing the East Wall
Our New Case with Research Materials About the First Families of Beach Haven
Photos from Long Ago with Binders Containing Research Material
Mugs: $15.00 each 
Note Cards: $7.00
90th Anniversary Color Note Cards: $10.00
The Beach Haven Library building is etched on these beautiful mugs
and printed on the black & white note cards - 10 per pack with envelopes. The original pen and ink drawing is by local artist, Gwenn Hoatling.
The color note cards are reproduced hand-tinted photographs by AH Milliti c. 1928. There are 2 designs per pack for a total of 10 cards & envelopes to match.
All proceeds go to the Beach Haven Library Museum
located on the 2nd floor of our library.
Please visit us soon!