The Endicott Reardon Family Museum presents a unique opportunity to learn about life in the early to mid 20th century in the regions of Sea Isle City and Ocean View, New Jersey.   For over 100 years The Endicott and Reardon families lived in this area and lovingly preserved, documented and archived aspects of their lives and life in the region.  This unique collection is now available to the public through the museum's late founder,  local resident and historian Harriett Reardon Bailey.  The museum officially opened in October, 2016 and is located on the land where the Reardons originally settled in Upper Township, New Jersey.

The Endicott Reardon Family Museum has been established to preserve for posterity the artifacts and memorabilia of the Endicott and Reardon families collected for over 100 years and to help visitors appreciate the history of life in Ocean View and Sea Isle City, New Jersey in earlier times. 

* To Educate the public about the growth of Ocean View and Sea Isle City by looking at the changing lives of the Endicott and Reardon families who lived in the area.

* To Encourage local teachers and pupils to research local history on the development of Ocean View and Sea Isle City through the various exhibits, journals and archives.

* To provide a forum for studying the antiques in the museum and to provide learning experiences from the past through special exhibits and programs.

The Endicott Reardon Family Museum is an official 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization

We are open to the public on Mondays and Wednesdays and Fridays 10am to 2pm from June 5 through September 27.  Admission is free and donations are accepted.  We also welcome groups all year by appointment.  Please call 609-213-2862 to make group reservations.  

Please see "Plan Your Visit" for directions and for information on how to contact us.

Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey Historical Commission/Department of 
State, and the Cape May County Board of County Commissioners through the Cape May County Division of Culture and Heritage