Travel Back To The 1800s By Visiting New Jersey’s Very Own Historic Village

Allaire State Park has been an important cultural site for New Jerseyans for centuries. Originally, it was sacred ceremonial ground, until the indigenous people were pushed off of their land by European settlers. It didn’t take long for the settlers to begin to the area, and by the late 1700s, a small Industrial village was established. One of New Jersey’s most charming historic villages, Allaire Village makes for a fun and unique day trip!

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Allaire Village is part of Allaire State Park. You can see park maps and check the calendar for upcoming events on the village’s website, here.

If you’re looking to explore more of New Jersey’s historic villages, check out this article!

Address: Allaire Village, Wall Township, NJ 07727, USA