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Hunterdon Historical Museum

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56 Main St, Clinton, NJ 08809
http://www.new-jersey-leisure-guide...
(908) 735-4101
 
he Red Mill Museum Village is The most photographed spot in New Jersey, is situated on 10 scenic acres next to Clinton's waterfall. The museum is just steps across the antique iron bridge with over 40,000 artifacts and chronicles more than 180 years o...read more
he Red Mill Museum Village is The most photographed spot in New Jersey, is situated on 10 scenic acres next to Clinton's waterfall. The museum is just steps across the antique iron bridge with over 40,000 artifacts and chronicles more than 180 years of Hunterdon County history. On the Museum grounds is an 1860, one-room School House and a reproduction 18th century Log Cabin, complete with Herb Garden and stone Spring House. Nearby Carriage Sheds display a large variety of wagons, carriages, sleds, and 19th century agricultural equipment. A significant portion of the Hunterdon Historical Museum's nine acres is the home of the Mulligan Quarry. The Quarry was operated in 1848 by three Irish immigrant brothers and remained in Mulligan hands until the early 1960s. The limestone quarry is the site of many of the Museum's special events and education programs. Rolling terrain, situated above the river banks, provides relaxing lawn seating against the dramatic backdrop of 150 foot high limestone cliffs. A number of structures, dating from the 1850s to circa 1912, stand and function as interpretive and exhibit areas. These include the Quarry Office, Tenant House, (part of which interprets a turn of the century general store), a functioning Blacksmith Shop, Dynamite Shed, Worker's Shack, and Rock Screening House. The Museum hosts numerous special activities including educational programs, tours, concerts, living history reenactments, antique and craft shows as well as popular annual events such as Harvest Jubilee and Haunted Mill.
 
 

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he Red Mill Museum Village is The most photographed spot in New Jersey, is situated on 10 scenic acres next to Clinton's waterfall. The museum is just steps across the antique iron bridge with over 40,000 artifacts and chronicles more than 180 years of Hunterdon County history. On the Museum grounds is an 1860, one-room School House and a reproduction 18th century Log Cabin, complete with Herb Garden and stone Spring House. Nearby Carriage Sheds display a large variety of wagons, carriages, sleds, and 19th century agricultural equipment. A significant portion of the Hunterdon Historical Museum's nine acres is the home of the Mulligan Quarry. The Quarry was operated in 1848 by three Irish immigrant brothers and remained in Mulligan hands until the early 1960s. The limestone quarry is the site of many of the Museum's special events and education programs. Rolling terrain, situated above the river banks, provides relaxing lawn seating against the dramatic backdrop of 150 foot high limestone cliffs. A number of structures, dating from the 1850s to circa 1912, stand and function as interpretive and exhibit areas. These include the Quarry Office, Tenant House, (part of which interprets a turn of the century general store), a functioning Blacksmith Shop, Dynamite Shed, Worker's Shack, and Rock Screening House. The Museum hosts numerous special activities including educational programs, tours, concerts, living history reenactments, antique and craft shows as well as popular annual events such as Harvest Jubilee and Haunted Mill.