Hopewell Museum offers visitors a glimpse into the colonial time period in which the village was established. Several other historical monuments still stand within the community and are popular visitor destinations. The John Hart House, Hart Monument in Cemetery Yard, the Hopewell House and the First Baptist Church of Hopewell are iconic reminders of the borough’s lineage.
Hopewell Park offers walking trails over Victorian bridges along Beden Brook, expansive playgrounds, picnic areas and summer concerts in the location’s gazebo.
The Off-Broadstreet Theatre hosts a variety of private and corporate events. The company’s schedule for productions is extensive and provides performing arts entertainment for members of the entire family.
The borough offers an eclectic variety of shopping destinations. The Tomato Factory is an antique and design center that offers quality collectibles and rare finds. While the Sticks and Stones Shop caters to educational and entertaining merchandise for children.
Antimo’s Italian Kitchen is a culinary establishment that serves homemade pasta, fresh seafood and classic cuisine from the mediterranean. The Brother’s Moon, which opened in 2000, presents patrons with a seasonal menu that is sure to impress. These restaurants’ atmospheres and authentic menus make them a mandatory stop while visiting Hopewell.
For a list of community events visit Hopewell Borough.