10 Questions with Barb Webb of Morven Museum & Garden

Barb Webb Morven
Name: Barbara Webb

Occupation: Director of Communications,

Morven Museum & Garden http://morven.org

Home: Hopewell, NJ

10 questions…answered:

What is the one thing you want people to know about the Morven Museum & Garden?  One thing I think people should know is that we are in the planning stages of a new and exciting exhibit that will open in mid-November of this year. It is called “Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Couple of an Age” and it will give visitors an in depth look at the lives of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, America’s- and New Jersey’s- most famous couple of the 20th century. More information about the exhibit is available at http://morven.org/lindbergh/  Another thing I love about Morven is that our various exhibitions, events and programs interpret the cultural history of New Jersey. Personally I think that our state’s rich cultural history is its best-kept secret and it is something that is sadly not very well preserved. Visiting Morven is a great way to learn about and experience New Jersey’s history in an engaging and unique atmosphere.

How did you get your start at Morven?      I have been at Morven for about 4 years and prior to I worked at The Historical Society of Princeton. I have always been passionate about museums so it is a great fit for me!

What is your favorite social media hashtag?     #beatricegray- for my 5 month old granddaughter!

What is your favorite store in/around Princeton?     Green Design on Witherspoon St., it has great stuff for babies and is very eco-friendly.

What do you never leave home without?     The usual must have- cellphone, keys and sunglasses.

What is your biggest vice?     It would have to be Justin’s Peanut Butter Cups- I am dangerously addicted to them!

Favorite Season in Princeton?     It would probably be Fall

Favorite app?     Definitely Instagram

Last book you read?     One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson

Princeton’s biggest secret?     Without a doubt the Morven Garden. It is always open to the public with free parking. It’s a beautiful and peaceful spot to have a picnic with family and friends or to simply relax and enjoy the outdoors on a sunny day!


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