Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts enriches and educates the community through distinctive and engaging creative arts programming.
Constructed in 1839 and located in the historic City of Burlington, New Jersey, just two blocks from the Delaware River’s beautiful greenspace promenade, Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts welcomes visual and performing arts patrons to its space, continuing the history of the building as it was originally intended – a space for orators, singers, theatrical productions, and more.
Burlington, one of the oldest settlements and the earliest capital of West Jersey, had access to travelers and therefore became abreast of current trends contributing to the success of Lyceum Hall for many years until its use as the City Hall, after which Lyceum Hall reverted to its original use as an arts center complete with art exhibits, concerts, classes, and camps.
Diversity & Inclusion
Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts & Lyceum Studio is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion by embracing people of all colors, backgrounds, and viewpoints. Lyceum Hall does not discriminate based on race, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, or disability. We believe in racial and social justice in the arts and providing equal opportunities for all students, staff, and patrons. Lyceum Hall is dedicated to inclusive casting and creating accessible programming for the students and families of Burlington, NJ, and surrounding communities.