These programs are available to groups of 10 or more and can be reserved for presentation at your site or at Liberty Hall Museum. Each program is approximately 45 minutes in length and includes a lively presentation by one of our museum educators along with artifacts from the museum’s collection. Program fee is $125.00 plus travel where applicable. To book a program, please contact Hannah Gaston, the Education Coordinator at email@example.com or call 908-527-0400.
Adult Outreach Programs
Legends of Liberty Hall
A house as old as Liberty Hall has 250 years of stories to tell! Discover some of the home's most famous legends!
Ladies of Liberty Hall
Discover the lives and contributions of the Livingston and Kean ladies as well as the servants and enslaved women who once lived in this stately home.
Gardens and Grounds
Discover the fascinating, 200 year-history of Liberty Hall’s 23 landscaped acres.
Ring for Service: The Role of Servants in a Country House
The year is 1900. Discover the day-in-a-life of a servant in the Kean home.
Stitches in Time: Three Centuries of Hemlines, Necklines, and Everything In-between
Explore the fashionable garments and accessories of the Livingston and Kean families, which tell the story of a way of life that has vanished from the Garden State.
Quilting over the Centuries: Women's Life and History in America
Study how the history of quilting in the United States provides key insights into the history of women from colonial times to today.
Bon Voyage: 200 Years of Luxury Travel
Pack your suitcases and take a vacation-Liberty Hall style! Join us as we recreate several trips and vacations which the Livingston and Kean families took between 1780 and 1950.
High Tea at Liberty Hall
Enjoy a delectable lecture that covers 4,000 years of tea history and get an up close and personal look at some of Liberty Hall's tea service pieces.
William Livingston: Governor, General, Signer of the Constitution
Learn how your historic neighbor, William Livingston, shaped the ideas that make up the United States government today!
The Ghost of Hannah Caldwell
Join Liberty Hall as we separate the myth from the truth surrounding the death of Hannah Caldwell during the Battle of Connecticut Farms.
Uncovering the Enslaved
Explore the historic resources that document the lives of the enslaved people who lived and worked at Liberty Hall.
The Fight for the Right to Vote
Explore the history of the women’s suffrage campaign through the eyes of Liberty Hall’s ladies.
The American Revolution at Liberty Hall
Find the answers to all your Revolution-era questions and more with this lively talk full of images, documents, letters, and stories from the past!
Secrets of Liberty Hall House Tour
Join us for a fun, virtual, behind the scenes tour of Liberty Hall!
Liberty Hall's Best Kept Secret: The Firehouse Museum!
Join Liberty Hall to discover the secrets of Liberty Hall’s Firehouse Museum!
Under the Tree at Liberty Hall
Discover how Christmas gifts and traditions have changed in New Jersey over the years through the eyes of Liberty Hall's residents.
A Colony, an Estate, and a Founding Father: The Founding of American Cities
Learn how and why early colonists chose the land that makes up New Jersey and how William Livingston used that same logic in planning his own estate at Liberty Hall!