Barrett House Museum
Come experience life in the 19th century through antiques, artifacts and beautiful seasonal displays.
Call: 973-764-4055 ext. 2278
173 Barrett Rd.
DAR Elias Van Bunschooten Museum
The Elias Van Bunschooten Museum was built in 1787 and the home has stayed true to its origins with the only changes being the addition of plumbing, heat and electricity. The beautiful Dutch Colonial house is filled with period antiques, many original to the home and all rooms are open for view. The museum is situated on 6.5 ac. featuring a wagon house filled with antique carriages and farm equipment, ice house, and Greek Revival privy. The house and outbuildings are all listed on both the NJ and the National Reg. of Hist. Sites and Places. The museum is owned and maintained by the Chinkchewunska Chapter of the DAR. It is open from May 15th through Oct. 15th on Thurs. and Sat. from 1-4 pm. Group tours may be arranged by calling the numbers below.
Call: 973-875-5335 or 973-875-4058
1097 Rt. 23
Home of the Sussex County Historical Society, this museum contains many year-round exhibits and seasonal displays.
SB Montague Association for Restoration of Community History, a.k.a. M.A.R.C.H.
320 River Road
The Foster-Armstrong House also administers the Neldon-Roberts Stonehouse.
Franklin Mineral Museum
Come see crystals, gemstones, minerals and rocks of all types and from all time periods.
32 Evans Street
Restored turn-of-the-century ice cream parlor, home, working blacksmith shop and museum.
High Point State Park
The highest point in Sussex County, High Point Monument is 1,803 feet above sea level, allows views of three states and the Delaware River.
With 15,413 acres you'll find lakes, ponds, streams, forests and the Appalachian Trail and more. Everything the outdoor enthusiasts wants.
Located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, this recreated 19th Century village had artisans in period dress demonstrating historical crafts.
Old Mine Rd.
Monroe Stone School House
Listed on the National Register of Historical places, visitors can participate turn-of-the-century activities.
3145 State Rt. 94
Located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, this original Stone school house had artifacts and displays of early Montague history.
501 Route 206
Newton Fire Museum
Antique collection of fire equipment and memorabilia dating back to 1849.
150 Spring St.
A 1920's vintage theater in downtown Newton still entertaining people for over 80 years.
234 Spring St.
Space Farms Zoo & Museum
Come alive with nature and history. Explore the wild side of Space Farms Zoo and Museum. Space Farms offers educational fun for all ages. Where else can you step back in time and head for the wilderness all in one day? More than 100 beautiful acres of peaceful countryside offer plenty of room to picnic and play. As families roam the zoo and browse through the museums, an atmosphere of fun and adventure creates a memorable experience for everyone.
Sterling Hill Mine
Come explore these 30 acres of historical buildings and mining displays. Or go underground and cool off in an old mine tour.
30 Plant St.
Sussex County Historical Society Museum
Visitors here can see memorabilia on Sussex County's history or use the vast research library to look up local history, genealogies and more.
82 Main Street
Tri State Monument
One of the city's most famous landmarks is the Tri-States Rock where a person can stand on three states at one time. The rock is located just under the Interstate Rt. 84 bridge. This is also the site where a 100-year boundary dispute between the colonies of East and West Jersey and New York was finally resolved in 1769.
Junction of Neversink and Delaware Rivers at Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Jervis, NY
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