New Jersey Tourism

There are a number of New Jersey tourism attractions related to the Revolutionary War that you can visit today.

Tourism of New Jersey attractions might take you to Monmouth Battlefield State Park, site of the Battle of Monmouth, one of the largest battles of the American Revolution, or to Historic Morven at Princeton, the home of New Jersey Signer of the Declaration of Independence Richard Stockton and one time Governor's mansion of New Jersey, or to Indian King Tavern in Haddonfield, a Revolutionary War meeting place for New Jersey's rebel legislature

Colonel Jacob Ford home Morristown, New Jersey

If you have visited a New Jersey historical site from the Revolutionary War, we would like to give you the opportunity to share your experiences and your pictures here. Here are some of the sites we would like to hear about from you...

  • Trenton Battlefield Monument - Trenton, site of George Washington's victory over Hessian troops that turned the tide of the war
  • Alexander Douglass Home - site of George Washington's Council of War before the Battle of Princeton
  • Brearley House - Lawrenceville, home of John Brearley, New Jersey Signer of the United States Constitution
  • Princeton Battlefield State Park - Princeton, home of Major-General Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, Prussian engineer who helped train the Continental Army at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-1778
  • Covenhoven House - Freehold, site of headquarters for British General,Sir Henry Clinton, before the Battle of Monmouth
  • Dey Mansion - Wayne, the site was once a headquarters for George Washington
  • Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, fort that General Washington ordered abandoned after the capture of Manhattan island
  • Hancock House - Hancock Bridge, site of the massacre of civilians by British troops
  • Morristown National Historic Park - Morristown, a Revolutionary stronghold in New Jersey, George Washington spent 200 days here at the Ford Mansion planning his operations
  • Marlpit Hall - Middletown, home of a prominent family of Loyalists during the American Revolution
  • Old Barracks Museum - Trenton, these barracks served both British and American troops during the Revolutionary War and were captured by General Washington in the miraculous Battle of Trenton on December 26, 1777
  • Potter's Tavern - Bridgeton, a popular meeting place of New Jersey patriots
  • Red Bank Battlefield - National Park, site of an American victory during the Revolutionary War
  • Rockingham Historic Site - Kingston, the site of George Washington's last Revolutionary War period headquarters
  • Schuyler Hamilton House - Morristown, home of Dr. Jabez Campfield, Surgeon General to George Washington, also the place where Alexander Hamilton courted Betsy Schuyler
  • any other New Jersey tourism attractions related to the Revolutionary War.
Morven - Home of New Jersey signer of the Declaration of Independence Richard Stockton

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