Liberty Hall Museum
Liberty Hall Museum chronicles more than 200 years of New Jersey and U.S. history. It was the home of William Livingston, the first elected governor of New Jersey and a signer of the Constitution, and houses extensive collections of antique furniture, ceramics, textiles, toys and tools owned by seven generations of the Livingston/Kean families. In 2005, Liberty Hall added the Firehouse to the Museum’s complex. It contains a 1928 American LaFrance Pumper, a 1927 Seagrave Pumper, and an extensive display of fire helmets, uniforms, bells, tools, documents, and photographs. Liberty Hall’s 23 landscaped acres contain a formal English garden, a fruit orchard and some of the oldest trees in the state.
The museum is located at 1003 Morris Avenue, Union. It is open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm, and Sunday from noon to 4 pm, April through December. For more information about upcoming Liberty Hall events or for reservations call 1-908-527-0400 or visit on the Internet at www.libertyhallnj.org.
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