Attractions in River Edge NJ
At Historic New Bridge Landing you can find distinctive Jersey-Dutch artifacts and architecture including three sandstone houses on fifteen acres in the heart of Bergen County.
The Steuben House was built in 1752 by the prosperous miller and river merchants Jan and Annetje (Ackerman) Zabriskie.
They fled the hotly contested area during the American Revolution. General George Washington headquartered here in September 1780 while 14
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Steuben House Jan and Annetje (Ackerman) Zabriskie prospered as miller and merchant at this site. They built a five-room stone cottage in 1752 and enlarged the house to the present size in 1767 by...
African-American Cemetery on the National Register for the significant role it played in the enactment of New Jersey's early civil rights legislation as well as containing evidence of West African...
Currently closed, opening in 2015 at a new location. The Bergen Museum of Art & Science is about art, science and community outreach. The art collection is composed of Regional historical and local...