History comes alive at the Barclay Farmstead. Visitors are welcome for tours of the restored Federal-style farmhouse, featuring period furnishings, clothing, textiles and more.
Listed on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places, the 32-acre property reflects the Quaker and agrarian lifestyle that dominated the South Jersey landscape in the early 19th century.
During your visit, tour the centerpiece Farmhouse and more than 30 acres of beautiful grounds including period outbuildings, a restored herb garden, interpretive nature trails, community garden plots, playground and shaded picnic area and Museum Shop.
Tours are available April - November on Wed., noon - 4 pm and the first Sun. of each month, 1 pm - 4 pm.