Great Treasure Museum

Where priceless wonders ignite imagination.

Step into the Great Treasure Museum and behold a mesmerizing collection of rare artifacts, ancient relics, and untold treasures. Immerse yourself in the captivating stories behind these cherished objects, spanning diverse civilizations and eras. From glittering gems to historical heirlooms, the museum offers a glimpse into the world’s most coveted riches. Explore the intricacies of craftsmanship, unravel the mysteries of lost civilizations, and witness the enduring allure of treasures that transcend time. With each visit, let your imagination soar as you delve into the fascinating realm of human history and the pursuit of magnificent wealth.

  • History

    The Great Treasure Museum was established in 1923 by renowned philanthropist and avid collector, Robert Montgomery. His lifelong passion for uncovering hidden gems led him to amass an extraordinary assortment of treasures from every corner of the globe. Montgomery's vision was to create a space where the public could marvel at these exceptional artifacts and delve into the stories they held. Over the years, the museum has expanded its collection, welcoming donations from other collectors, archaeological expeditions, and generous benefactors. Today, the Great Treasure Museum stands as a testament to human ingenuity, the quest for beauty, and the universal fascination with precious objects.

  • Mission

    The Great Treasure Museum is dedicated to preserving, researching, and sharing the world's most exceptional treasures. We strive to inspire wonder, spark curiosity, and foster a deep appreciation for the cultural, historical, and artistic significance of these remarkable artifacts. Through engaging exhibitions, educational programs, and community outreach, our mission is to create meaningful connections between visitors and the treasures of the past. We aim to ignite a sense of awe, stimulate intellectual curiosity, and promote a broader understanding of the human journey through the lens of material wealth.

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  • Establishment Date
    1985-09-13
  • Collection Size
    2.6 million
  • Area
    807,000 sq ft (75,000 m2) in 94 galleries
  • Visitors
    1,124,759 (2021)
  • Address
    80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton Township, NJ 08619, USA
  • Phone Number
    352-495-1044
  • Email Address
    dentonph@loquet.net
  • Website
  • Opening Hours
    9:30 - 18:00, Monday Until 20:00
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Lunedรฌ-Venerdรฌ 09:30-12:30

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Corso E. Padovano 33 - Pagani (SA)