History in Burlington NJ
History Attractions in New Jersey
Rich in historical architecture, the town has 40 notable buildings, including the country’s oldest home, the 1675 Revell House; NJ’s oldest pharmacy, library and Episcopal church.
And there's the storied Blue Anchor Inn, which hosted an arm-wrestling match between Ulysses S.
Quaint Colonial city dating to 1677. Ben Franklin learned the printing trade here. Homes of John Hoskins, Ulysses S. Grant, Surveyor General's Office of West Jersey, birth place of James Fennimore...
Tour the homes of James Fenimore Cooper and Capt. James Lawrence, the Bard-How House, the Museum Gallery and the Delia Biddle Pugh Library. Open Tues. - Sat. 1 pm - 5 pm. Annual holiday house tour....