Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center

The Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center presents the stories of relocated Japanese Americans and Japanese Peruvians from United States incarceration camps; wartime refugees from Europe; migrant laborers from Appalachia, the Deep South and the Caribbean. Seabrook was an authentic “global bootstrap Village” where people of many cultures lived and worked together and still celebrate their heritage. Seabrook Farm was called the “largest vegetable factory on Earth” by Life Magazine in 1955, and it’s founder, Charles F. Seabrook, came to be known as the Henry Ford of Agriculture for his industrial approach to farming.

Location:

1325 Highway 77
Seabrook, New Jersey 08302

Hours:

Monday - Thursday
9:00AM – 12:00PM

Inclement weather closings are determined by closings of the Seabrook schools and the municipal building

Upcoming Events

Jul
20
Sat
10:00 am Traveling Exhibit: Contested His... @ Edgar Joyce Senior Center
Traveling Exhibit: Contested His... @ Edgar Joyce Senior Center
Jul 20 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Traveling Exhibit: Contested Histories: Art and Artifacts from the Allen Hendershott Eaton Collection While conducting research for a book about art and craft objects created by Japanese Americans during World War II, author Allen Hendershott[...]
4:00 pm Seabrook Obon Festival @ Seabrook Buddhist Temple
Seabrook Obon Festival @ Seabrook Buddhist Temple
Jul 20 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
 
Jul
21
Sun
12:00 pm Special Sunday Opening
Special Sunday Opening
Jul 21 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Special Sunday opening for the public and Obon Festival workers