The Blackledge-Kearney House is a historic house that is also known as Cornwallis Headquarters. Located in Palisades Interstate Park at the north end of the Alpine Picnic Area in Alpine, NJ.
The Mahwah Museum is focused on the preservation, interpretation and display of the history of the Mahwah community.
Moved to River Edge in 1977, it is owned by the Bergen County Historical Society and is open for special events.
The 33-acre cliff top park overlooks a reconstructed Revolutionary War encampment.
Visitors will find exhibits of historic aircraft, air and space artifacts, photos, fine art and a hall of fame devoted to the men and women who have had outstanding aeronautical achievements. The Campbell - Christie House was originally constructed in Milford, NJ ca 1774 by Jacob Campbell.
A visit to these New Jersey history museums and historical societies will allow you to soak up some local history and culture while you are there.
Visit a historical museum and gain insight into the history of your New Jersey ancestors and the way they lived.
The Mahwah Museum and Cooper Railroad are located on the SW corner of Miller Road and Franklin Turnpike in Mahwah, New Jersey.
The American Revolutionary War Battleground site is operated by the Bergen County Historical Society.
The house was built on a large acreage of farm land which was farmed by the Hopper family for many years. Stephen Goetschius of the Old Stone Church and remained in the Goetschius family for over 1 1/2 centuries.