Levoy Theatre | 126-130 N High St

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Arts & Innovation Center

321 N. High Street
Phone: 856-776-2380

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An Octopus's Garden

501 N High St Cottage D
Phone: 609-254-3021

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Barn Studio of Art

814 Whitaker Avenue
Phone: 856-825-5028

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Carlisle School of Glass

412 S Wade Blvd
Phone: 856-825-0627

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DC Gallery & Studio

508 N. High Street
Phone: 408-843-7910

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Hands Up Silent Theatre

16 N. High Street
Phone: 609-432-7798

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La Bottega of Art

501 N High St -- Cottage I
Phone: 856-765-0404

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Levoy Theatre

126-130 N High St
Phone: 856-327-6400

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Millville Army Air Field Museum

1 Leddon St, Millville Airport
Phone: 856-327-2347

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Millville Historical Society

200 E Main St
Phone: 856-293-1078

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Riverfront Renaissance Center

22 High St N
Phone: 856-327-4500

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Simple Life Studio - Kevin Jordan Artist

501 N. High Street, Village on High - Cottage B

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Turner Family Ceramics

501 N. High Street, Village on High - Cottage F
Phone: 856-899-9989

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Village on High Gallery

501 N. High Street, Village on High - Cottage E
Phone: 856-765-0404

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1501 Glasstown Road
Phone: 856-825-6800

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Working Man Hand Made

1910 E. Broad Street, Millville, NJ 08332

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Xanderlily Gifts

501 N. High Street, Village on High - Cottage A
Phone: 856-502-2421

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Galleries, studios, classes, museums, live theater and more

What is Millville, NJ known for? Many things - but at the top of the list is a vibrant arts scene.

Many artists call Millville home - and many more keep Millville in their rotation of places to create and exhibit. Nearly every medium is represented, from paint to ceramics, sculpture and glass.

You can experience art in galleries and exhibition spaces like the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts, the Arts & Innovation Center of Rowan College of South Jersey and in smaller galleries and boutiques, like those at Village on High.

Artists learn the ropes and polish their skills at venues like the Barn Studio of Art and the Riverfront Renaissance Center.

The performing arts live here, too. The town has superb entertainment venues including the restored historic Levoy Theatre. The calendar is packed with a steady offering of music, film, comedy and live theater events. Hands Up Silent Theatre even performs in American Sign Language.

For history buffs - the Millville Army Air Field Museum chronicles the role Millville’s airport played training flying aces during World War II. The Millville Historical Society maintains several historic buildings along with artifacts and genealogy resources. At WheatonArts, you’ll find the Down Jersey Folklife Center and the renowned Museum of American Glass.

Speaking of glass - Millville is famous for it. With a deep history as one of the nation’s top glass producers, the furnace fires still burn bright. Some of the world’s most respected and accomplished glass artists work, teach and exhibit in Millville. Both experienced and beginner glass artists learn and advance the craft at hot glass facilities at WheatonArts, Working Man Hand Made and the Carlisle School of Glass Art.