If you're looking for things to do in New Jersey, Hunterdon County is a natural choice. The County is a recreational paradise, a tourist's delight and vibrant business hub all packaged in one 437-square mile destination. If regional travel and tourism is on your agenda, Hunterdon County should be top of your list.
Our mission is to celebrate our agrarian heritage by providing a county-wide Agricultural Fair for the residents of Hunterdon County and the surrounding area to promote agriculture, present educational
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Whether you are looking for a weeklong vacation, a weekend of activities or a Sunday drive, there are always unique things to do in Hunterdon County.
Founded in 1952 and located in an 1836 mill, the Museum offers exhibitions featuring art, craft and design, docent tours and education programs workshops, studio classes and outreach programs for adults and children.
A live re-enactment of the famous 1935 Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping Trial. It is performed annually in October in the historic courthouse in Flemington, NJ where the original trial took place.
The James Wilson Marshall Museum celebrates the history of Lambertville. Built in 1816, it was the boyhood home of man who started the great California Goldrush and shows period rooms from the 19th Century, information on Marshall, and town history.