Built before 1740. The Blue Ball Tavern at Shrewsbury'
Site of Washington'
Self-guided trails (including a braille trail)
Located at Red Bank Battlefield National Park, the James and Ann Whitall House (1748)
Wallace House was the home of wealthy merchant John Wallace. George Washington stayed here in the winter of 1778-1779. The Parsonage was the home of Jacob Hardenbergh, founder of Queen'
The circa 1800
Built around 1750
1760 Home of Dr. Jabez Campfield, Surgeon Gen. to George Washington. John Cochran was guest at the home. Alexander Hamilton courted Betsy Schuyler here in the winter of 1779-1780
Built between 1762 and 1764, this was home to William Franklin, last Royal Governor of NJ, and is the only remaining official governor's residence in the original 13 Colonies. Nat'
Pastor Peter Mott's house served as a station on the Underground Railroad. Open Sat. Noon - 3
Visit this historic stone house from the early 1800?
Built in 1815
Former mill village with a Georgian-style mansion built in 1773. Gristmill (operates from April - Nov.), carriage house and other out buildings. Open daily from 8am - 4:30
Residence of Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Official residence of New Jersey'
This museum was once a gracious 19
Location of Montague'
Tours of Cape May's only Victorian House Museum, built in 1879
Located at New Bridge Landing Historic Park, this 1774
Built in 1761