You’ll Want To Visit These 10 Houses In New Jersey For Their Incredible Pasts

New Jersey has a long, interesting history. First inhabited by the Lenape Indians, the area was settled by Europeans in 1524. One of the thirteen original colonies, New Jersey played an integral part in the Revolutionary War. A major port and hub of industry throughout the centuries, our state is home to a host of historical houses with rich pasts and cultural significance. There are dozens to choose from but these 10 places are a great starting point.

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Connect to our state’s intriguing past at any of these amazing historical homes! Have you visited any yet? Share your stories in the comments below!