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Liberty Hall Museum


category : Museums
a 23-acre National Historic site built in 1772 by NJ's first governor, William Livingston. The home which chronicles over 2 hundred years of NJ and US history is completely furnished with American furniture, art, ceramics, textiles, toys, historical documents, books and memorabilia. Call for schedule.


Hours: Open all year
Address: 1003 Morris Ave.
Phone:
Our Website:www.libertyhallnj.org

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