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The next time you visit New Jersey, try this roundup of free attractions. You can find lions, tigers and bears plus much more!
Drumthwacket Stockton St. The land was once owned by William Penn, and the mansion itself dates back to the early s, when Charles Smith Olden, a state senator and then governor, lived in the residence. Be sure to make a reservation in advance for the free guided tour. Free parking is also available.
Heritage Glass Museum 25 E. High St. The museum is located in the stately Hollybush Mansion, built in Admission is free to the Howell Living History Farm in Lambertville and activities such as summer camp, corn maze trips and hayrides require an additional cost. Explore the castle-like structures of this iconic landmark, and take in breathtaking views from the bluffs.
While you're here, make sure to check out the photographs and relics on display in the museum. Peruse rare memorabilia such as trophies, medals and cups, as well as the Cinncinati Reds bat collection, a Golden Glove from Hall of Fame legend Willie Mays and much more. Blooming season is typically mid-May to early June, so be sure to catch the peak of this natural beauty.
Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated. This memorial is located in lush Liberty State Park, an urban oasis where visitors can see the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in the distance. The memorial and park are free of charge to all visitors.Bored in nj
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