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This is a fascinating Museum! There is much history of Grover Cleveland in this tiny house. The docet is a super friendly can knowledgeable person who knows lots of facts about the house and surrounding history. AND IT IS FREE!!!!! Is this Kanas or New...More
My 8 year daughter had to do a project about Grover Cleveland over Presidents day week. We found out Grover Cleveland had a museum In New Jersey. So we took the 2hrs trip from New York city by public transportation. It was so worth it....More
I had driven in from PA to check out this museum yesterday. As a Presidential history guy, I was happy to see that this was not too far away. This museum is run by the New Jersey State Parks system. It contains a modest 4-5...More
I am a president buff, so I could not pass up the presidential home that is closest to my home. My wife and I made this a quick rainy day trip, which is just about right. There are three or four rooms, with a combination...More
We spend a lovely afternoon at the house museum. Very lovely place with President Cleveland's life stories, his home setting, even the toys in the 19 centuries. The house has a nice yard and we played kids game for an hour after the visit. Cleveland...More
Small site, but in original condition. Tour guide was excellent - we spent well over an hour. Very interesting historical perspective of 22nd and 24th President, as well as what was occurring in U.S. at the time. Worth the stop.
This house is located on Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell, right across the street of the new arch of Italian restaurant Calandra's. You may take the kids to go on a Sat. to see this house where the president Cleveland was born. Next to it, it was...More