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Hunterdon County, New Jersey
the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum
Situated along the scenic Delaware River on the oldest recorded farmstead in Hunterdon, the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum has captured the day-to-day rural agricultural life of the county's farmers and their families. Visitors can view exhibits including the print shop, woodworking shop, early farm kitchen and working blacksmiths forge. Museum curator and exhibit designer, Claire Young, using her unique hands-on approach, takes you back in time where visitors may try their skill with early farm tools and equipment. Other exhibits include the completely equipped 1910 combination doctor/dentist's office of Dr. Morris Leaver of Quakertown,NJ, rare timber working tools and beautiful sleighs. The museum is located just off the Rt.202 toll bridge in NJ, north of Lambertville. Visiting hours are Sundays 1:00-4:00PM,Wednesdays 9:00AM to Noon from the first weekend in May, to the last weekend in October. Suggested Donation Adults $ 3.00, Students: $ 1.00, Kids 5 & under Free.
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