• Reopening to the public on August 26, 2021
  • Tuesday and Wednesday: school and group tours by appointment
  • Thursday – Saturday: open to the public from Noon – 5 PM
  • Guided and self-guided audio tour of the grounds offered to visitors
  • Curriculum-based field trip programs for K-12 available for in person or virtual audiences
  • Leadership development programs for girls, including Lead-a-Way for middle school girls and APPLI and the Girls Leadership Council for high school girls
  • Annual gala and wine and small plate pairing event
  • ADA accessible
  • Restrooms
  • Gift shop
  • On-site accessible parking
  • Free

Paulsdale

128 Hooton Rd, Mt Laurel Township, NJ 08054

856-231-1885


Paulsdale is a National Historic Landmark honoring the birthplace of suffragist and equal rights activist Alice Stokes Paul (1885-1977). Once a 173-acre farm managed by the Paul family, the two-story farmhouse has stood sentinel on Hooton Road for over 200 years. An excellent example of an adaptive reuse of an historic site, Paulsdale is now the headquarters of the Alice Paul Institute, which offers self-guided and guided tours of the permanent exhibition and the remaining 6.5 acres of land in addition to programs around leadership development, civic engagement, and the history of women's suffrage.


WHAT TO SEE AND DO

  • Take a self-guided tour of permanent exhibitions devoted to the life and legacy of early suffragist and equal rights activist Alice Stokes Paul
  • Explore the 6.5-acre property surrounding Paulsdale
  • Attend a community program on topics like women’s suffrage history, civic engagement, or advocacy

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