The Jim and Mary Lee Museum is a small museum located at the site of Morris Canal Plane 9 West. This site is the former home of the late James S. Lee, Sr., Morris Canal author and historian. Visitors will be able to walk the inclined plane, tour the remains of the powerhouse, tailrace, and turbine chamber as well as the museum.
Scenic forest trails that skirt the Paulinskill, family safe horses, and rides to accommodate all experience levels. We now offer pony rides for the young and timid! The full day ride stops midway through the ride at the Blairstown Airport for a lunch break. You can pack a lunch or bring money and our experienced trail guides will call ahead for takeout at the local Runway Cafe. Rain or shine thru the canopied trails and experience natures beauty at its best!
This remarkably intact farmstead was listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places in 2005 as a representative illustration of the rural region’s architecture and agricultural practices during the 18th and 19th centuries. In 2013, it won a New Jersey State Historic Preservation Award.The farmstead exemplifies the region’s largest farmsteads, properties that clearly express the success of their owners.
Two Open House Events: spring and fall. Father Christmas at the Farmstead: early December.