Self-Guided Explore Warren History Trail Returns for Second Year | Explore Warren


Self-Guided Explore Warren History Trail Returns for Second Year

Dive into Warren County’s rich history on November 5th and 6th with the Explore Warren History Trail, a free, two-day, self-guided tour of a baker’s dozen historic sites throughout the county.

Enjoy a family-friendly adventure wandering through Warren County to connect with our architectural and agricultural heritage. Sites date back to before the American Revolution up until the early 20th century.  Some are restored places to visit and others show a preservation effort in progress.

The two-day event will feature sites in the southern half of the County on Saturday, November 5 and sites in the northern half of the County on Sunday, November 6. The sites are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Visit for information on the sites and to download a copy of the map, or pick it up at any of the locations.

Open Saturday, November 5:

Van Nest Hoff-Vannatta Farm
Asbury Mill
Roseberry-Gess House
Shimer Mansion
Jim and Mary Lee Museum at Morris Canal Inclined Plane 9 West
Bread Lock Park and the Warren Heritage Museum, at Morris Canal Lock 7 West

Open Sunday, November 6:

Millbrook Village
Vass Farmstead
Blairstown Historic District
Moravian Village of Hope
Ramsaysburg Homestead
Rutherfurd Hall
Shippen Manor