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1761 Brearley House

Meadow Road Lawrenceville NJ 08648


Albert Einstein's House

112 Mercer Street Princeton NJ 08540

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Alexander Douglass House

Front and Montgomery Streets Trenton NJ 08601


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158 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 8542


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Benjamin Temple House

Drake Farm Park 27 Federal City Road Ewing NJ


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Bucks County Historical Society

84 South Pine Street Doylestown PA 18901


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Sited on land that witnessed the 1777 Princeton battle for American independence, Drumthwacket is the stately home that is today the official residence of the Governor of New Jersey. Drumthwacket is one of the most fabled and elegant of America’s executive residences, and in it's history lies the stories of three unique families that made immense contributions to New Jersey’s, and America’s, history. Docent-led tours of six public rooms in the 1835, Greek Revival - style mansion are available on Wednesdays by reservation only. Visitors may also walk through the formal gardens and see Olden House, the original restored farmstead built between 1759 and 1765.

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First Presbyterian Church

120 East State Street Trenton NJ 08601

609-396-1712 x10

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Heritage Trail Association

Van Horne House 941 East Main Street Bridgewater NJ 08807


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Historical Society of Princeton


The mission of the Historical Society of Princeton is to collect and preserve materials pertaining to the town and its environs, and to interpret the history of the area through exhibitions, educational programs, and publications. Since its founding in 1938, the Historical Society has amassed, recorded, and exhibited a collection of over 40,000 artifacts, manuscripts, photographs, decorative arts objects, artworks, and articles of clothing dating from the 17th century to the present, and has offered a broad range of educational services and activities to local residents, students, scholars, and visitors from around the world. Walking tours, lectures, out-of-town trips, education programs for schools: the Historical Society presents these programs and more throughout the year. Every Sunday at 2pm, come join a guided walking tour of downtown Princeton and learn all about Princeton’s people, its architecture, and historical moments from an HSP-trained guide.

Hopewell Borough


Originally settled in the early 1700’s and later incorporated in 1891, Hopewell Borough today remains one of New Jersey’s most quaint and historic treasures. Travelers passing through the Borough in 2010 can easily imagine days of yesteryear, when horses or trolleys carried passengers through town and to nearby destinations. Broad Street offers many unique stores, one-of-a-kind restaurants, antique shops, specialty service establishments and centuries-old residences, and it is understandable why New Jersey Monthly magazine consistently ranks Hopewell Borough among the more desirable small towns in their annual “Best Places to Live” surveys. For more information, including a calendar of events, please visit the official website at, or contact the Borough offices at 609-466-2636.

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Hopewell Museum

28 East Broad Street Hopewell NJ 08525


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John Abbott II House

2200 Kuser Road Hamilton NJ


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Kuser Farm Mansion & Park

390 Newkirk Avenue Hamilton NJ 08609


New Hope Historical Society

P.O. Box 41 New Hope PA 18938


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New Jersey State House

Capitol Complex Trenton NJ 08601


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Old Barracks Museum


Visitors enjoy many exhibits and activities recalling military life before and during the Battle of Trenton.The Museum offers great services for families throughout the year. From military re-enactments and family workshops to concerts, lectures, and even Summer History Day Camp for the kids, the Old Barracks is an invaluable educational resource. Open daily 10-5pm.

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Old Millstone Forge

North River Street Millstone NJ


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Princeton Battlefield State Park

500 Mercer Street Princeton NJ 08540


Princeton Cemetery

Witherspoon & Wiggins Street Princeton NJ 08540


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P.O. Box 496 Kingston NJ 08528


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Sayen House and Gardens

155 Hughes Drive Hamilton NJ


St. Michael's Church

140 N. Warren Street Trenton NJ 08601


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The Lawrence Historical Society

P.O. Box 6025 Lawrenceville NJ 08648


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The Moravian Pottery & Tile Works

130 Swamp Road Doylestown PA 18901


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The Pearl S. Buck House

520 Dublin Road Perkasie PA 18944


The Princeton Battlefield Society

P.O. Box 7645 Princeton NJ 08543


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Thomas Clark House

500 Mercer Street Princeton Battlefield State Park Princeton

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Trenton Historical Murals

23 S. Warren Street Trenton NJ 08601


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Washington Crossing Historic Park

Route 32 Washington Crossing PA 18977


William Trent House

15 Market Street Trenton NJ 08611


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Yardley Historical Association

The Old Library by Lake Afton 46 West Afton Avenue Yardley PA 19067


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