Liberty Hall invites you on a fascinating journey through time as we recreate history through the experiences of one American family. Relive those magical moments of centuries ago with stories of family traditions that shaped our nation’s history.

Explore the rooms of the Liberty Hall mansion that welcomed many distinguished guests, such as George and Martha Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Presidents Ulysses S. Grant, William Howard Taft, Herbert Hoover, Gerald Ford, and George Herbert Walker Bush.

Discover a treasure trove of American history with forgotten letters from Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. Admire Victorian-era women's fashions sip tea on the glass-enclosed porch overlooking the formal English parterre gardens. Finish with a garden tour highlighting an artistic array of historical horticulture, including some of New Jersey’s oldest trees.

There is something for everyone at Liberty Hall Museum, one of Union County’s best-kept secrets.

Plan Your Visit


Closed January - March (open by group reservations of 10 or more only)

April - December

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday - Saturday
Closed Sunday & Monday

Due to a high number of school visits scheduled throughout late April and all of May & June, there are limited tour times available most days during these months. Please call before visiting to check when tour times are available.

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Adults: $12.00
Kean Alumni: $10.00
Seniors & Students: $8.00


1003 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ 07083
Phone: 908.527.0400

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  • Food and drink cannot be brought into the Museum
  • Photography and video cameras cannot be used inside the Museum
  • Please note that the museum is not air conditioned and during the summer season, can get very warm.

Liberty Hall Museum Tours

At Liberty Hall, we bring history to life with a variety of tours for all ages and all interests- from young children to seniors and groups both large and small.
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