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We visited with our teenage children during one of their open houses. Site is not typically open, so you can't just stop by. Check for scheduled openings. But when it is, the homestead is a fascinating view of early American life, quite different from visiting...More
There are lots of interesting restored antique houses in America. Almost all of them have been updated and electrified. This 18th century stone farmhouse was never updated, or electrified. It was lived in as it was in the 18th century (with the exception of a...More
I viewed the Henry Doremus House on the weekend of the Morris County Historical Homes Tour. It was open for the Pathways to History celebration and during the July 4th celebration. The Montville Historical Society runs the event and docents are dressed in period costume...More
Check and see when the house is open because, this is definitely a house worth checking out. It is decieving. It looks small from the outside but inside it is roomy and in its pristine condition. It is easy to imagine yourself back in time...More
Interesting because of its age and the fact that George Washington spent the night here. Unfortunately I've never seen it open so I could get a look inside. All you're left with is a walk about the grounds and an historic marker that explains a...More