Discover a treasure trove of American history at Liberty Hall Museum. Come and explore a revolutionary-era mansion that welcomed many distinguished guests including: George and Martha Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Ulysses S. Grant, William Howard Taft, Herbert Hoover, Gerald Ford and George Herbert Walker Bush. The museum and historical center’s vast archives include letters from Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin.
Admire Victorian-era women’s fashions or sip tea on the glass-enclosed porch overlooking the mansion’s formal English parterre gardens. Finish with a garden tour highlighting an artistic array of historical horticulture, including some of New Jersey’s oldest trees.
Liberty Hall Museum is now part of the Passport To Your National Parks program! Bring your passport when you visit and make sure to get it stamped! There is something for everyone at Liberty Hall Museum, one of Union County’s best-kept secrets.
Plan Your Visit
Closed January – March (open for group reservations of 10 or more only)
April – December
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Tuesday – Saturday
Closed Sunday & Monday
Reservations are not required for groups of fewer than 10, however guests are advised to call in advance regarding mid-week tour availability.
Liberty Hall is located at: 1003 Morris Avenue, Union New Jersey 07083. The museum is easily accessible from the NJ Turnpike (Exit 13A), the Garden State Parkway (North: Exit 140, South Exit 141), Interstate Route 78 (GSP Exit) and Route 22 (Highway 82 East-Elizabeth).
By Public Transportation
For further information about fares and schedules, including real time updates, visit www.njtransit.com.
Bus service to Liberty Hall is available via the 52, 26 and 113 lines.
Liberty Hall Museum Tours
At Liberty Hall, history comes to life through a variety of tours for all ages and interests, from young children to seniors and groups both large and small.
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