The self-guided tour, which will be held on Oct. 22 from 11 AM – 5 PM, will take attendees through Lambertville and show them several homes that have stood in the area for a very long time.
“The interiors of six incredible homes will be featured,” the historical society said online.
“The homes range in style from Second Empire Italianate and Victorian, to an updated 1700’s carriage house and a 19th Century Lambertville Vernacular.”
Those on the tour will also be able to see one of the many buildings that was used by General George Washington at the time of the Revolutionary War. Much like nearby Washington Crossing and New Hope on the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware River, the New Jersey town is replete with American history and important landmarks such as these.
Learn more about the upcoming tour and how you can secure a spot at the Lambertville Historical Society.