MANY FACES OF NJ

New Jersey is the most diverse state in the nation. Its immigrant roots go back to the first Native American settlers, about 10,000 years ago, and continues today as people from near and far settle here. Learn their stories by visiting the historic sites that honor the contributions and struggles of immigrants from around the globe.


ACORN HALL
AMERICAN LABOR MUSEUM - THE BOTTO HOUSE
AYRES/KNUTH FARM
BAINBRIDGE HOUSE
BALLANTINE HOUSE AT THE NEWARK MUSEUM
BASILONE STATUE AND VETERANS PARK
BATSTO STATE PARK
BAYSHORE CENTER AT BIVALVE SHIPPING SHEDS
BORDENTOWN FRIENDS MEETINGHOUSE AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM
BOXWOOD HALL STATE HISTORIC SITE
BURLINGTON COUNTY PRISON MUSEUM
CAMDEN SHIPYARD AND MARITIME MUSEUM
CAMP EVANS AND INFO AGE WORLD WAR II MUSEUM
CAPTAIN JAMES LAWRENCE HOUSE
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY TERMINAL, LIBERTY STATE PARK
CIVIL WAR AND NATIVE AMERICAN MUSEUM
CORNELIUS LOW HOUSE
ELLIS ISLAND
EMLEN PHYSICK ESTATE
FOSTERFIELDS LIVING HISTORICAL FARM
HAMILTON HOUSE MUSEUM
HISTORIC SMITHVILLE PARK
HISTORIC WHITESBOG VILLAGE
HUNTER-LAWRENCE-JESSUP HOUSE MUSEUM AT GLOUCESTER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
MACCULLOCH HALL HISTORICAL MUSEUM
MONTCLAIR HISTORY CENTER
MORRIS MUSEUM
MORVEN MUSEUM AND GARDEN
NEW JERSEY STATE HOUSE
NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM
PASSAIC COUNTY ARTS CENTER AT THE JOHN W. REA HOUSE
PAULSDALE
PERKINS CENTER FOR THE ARTS ARBORETUM AT EVERGREEN LAWN
PETER MOTT HOUSE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD MUSEUM
PRALLSVILLE MILLS
RED BANK BATTLEFIELD PARK, WHITALL HOUSE, AND FORT MERCER
REEVE HISTORY & CULTURAL CENTER
RINGWOOD MANOR
RUTHERFURD HALL
SOMERS MANSION
T. THOMAS FORTUNE CULTURAL CENTER
TWIN LIGHTS NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK
VAN HORNE HOUSE
VINELAND HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY
WALLACE HOUSE AND OLD DUTCH PARSONAGE STATE HISTORIC SITES
WALT WHITMAN HOUSE
WESTERVELT-VANDERHOEF HOUSE
WEST HILL MANOR
WILLIAM TRENT HOUSE MUSEUM