The Montclair Art museum is a beautiful building full of history and culture from Montclair and the surrounding area. Considering the size of the township of Montclair, the museum is fairly sizeable and the building itself is lovely. In addition to their collection they feature beautiful traveling exhibitions, a museum shop, free lectures from notable figures in the fine arts community, and a wide array of classes and other programs for children, teens and adults. My favorite exhibit there so far was the recent retrospective of Edward Weston's photographs. Montclair Art Museum is also know for its activity in the Montclair community, so even though admission is a little high you know it is going toward good causes. If you're strapped for cash admission is free on Fridays from 11 to 1. This is one of my favorite local museums, so give it a try - you won't be disappointed.