- Open on the second Saturday of each month from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
- Special events
- Classic Car Show in April
- Plein Air Arts event in May
- Music at Olde Bunker Hill Church in June
- Harvest Fest and Revolutionary War encampment in September
- Ghost Hunting Tour in October
- Christmas at the Village in December
- Open house events occur periodically and feature a history presentation on topics that include antiques, toys, ironworking, and other related topics
- Check the website for a yearly calendar of events.
- Guided tours
- On-site parking
- Restrooms at special events only
Olde Stone House Village
208 Egg Harbor Road, Sewell, NJ 08080
856 - 227 - 9017
The Olde Stone House Village consists of five historic buildings: the George and Sarah Morgan House built in 1765 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Turnersville Post Office built in 1864, the Quay family farmhouse built in 1825, the Olde Bunker Hill Church built in 1864, and the Blackwood Railroad Station built in 1891. Visitors can tour the buildings and examine artifacts with the assistance of historical interpreters and guides dressed in period costume.
The Old Stone House Village is maintained and preserved by the Washington Township Historic Preservation Commission (WTHPC), which promotes awareness of local history by educating the public about artifacts and traditions native to Washington Township.
WHAT TO SEE AND DO
- Discover local Washington Township history
- Explore the village buildings and examine local artifacts to learn about local traditions
- Attend a community event
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