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New Sweden Colonial Farmstead Set to re-open in 2013 for the 357th anniversary of New Sweden, the farmstead features “seven authentically constructed Scandinavian-American log cabins in beautiful surroundings on approximately 2 acres of open space in Bridgeton’s 1000-acre City Park, with authentic historic tools and objects that tell the story of life in the original colonial settlements of the region.” On their website can be found a history of the farmstead, a photo gallery, and news and links.
Peter Mott House (Underground Railroad station) The oldest known residence in Lawnside (built circa 1845), the house was owned by Peter Mott, an African-American preacher who was the first Sunday school superintendent at Mount Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church.
On this site can be found pictures of the lighthouse, a list of lighthouse keepers, the 1883 Annual Report of the Secretary of War on the improvement of the Maurice River, announcements and schedules, a map of Delaware Bay lighthouses, and lighthouse links.
Emlen Physick Estate NJ’s only Victorian house museum, the Emlen Phyisck Estate of Cape May “offers a look back at our Victorian past as evidenced by its architecture, decorative arts, customs, and the lives of one particular Cape May family, the Physicks.” On this page can be found information about guided tours and the estate ghosts.
Hancock House was built in 1734 and is “an excellent example of English Quaker patterned end wall brick houses associated with the lower Delaware Valley and Southwestern New Jersey.
Benjamin Franklin’s “Gingerbread House,” the flight of Aaron Burr, the Witch’s Tree), a calendar of events, a listing of historic sites found in other county towns, a map of the historic district, self-guided and arranged tours, and information on other attractions and amenities to be found in the town.
East Point Lighthouse The second-oldest lighthouse in NJ (built in 1849), the East Point Lighthouse is located on the Maurice River and was used to guide those entering the river from the Delaware Bay.
This website features pictures of the lighthouse and surrounding gardens (containing over 200 different plants) a virtual tour, a history of the lighthouse, information on upcoming events, and links to other NJ historic sites.
Historic Absecon Lighthouse Located in Atlantic City, the tallest lighthouse in NJ (and third tallest in the country), the Absecon Lighthouse was first lit in 1857 and placed on NJ’s Register of Historic Places in 1970.Also on their website can be found information about visiting and a calendar of events.