Historic House Tour of Rutherfurd Hall

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Historic House Tour of Rutherfurd Hall

House Tour At – 11:00 am & 12:30 pm

Suggested Donation of $10 pp.


Join our knowledgeable Docents from the Friends of Rutherfurd Hall as they walk you through Rutherfurd Hall explaining the history of the building and its previous occupants.  The first floor is wheelchair accessible. There are stairs to the second and third floors.

For information and to make a reservation please contact jsalvas@aes.k12.nj.us


The 18,000 square foot mansion built between 1903-1905 is one of the last examples of the architecture of the Country Place Era (1890-1930) in New  Jersey. The Tudor-style building with its solid oak doors, ballroom-size drawing-room, marble fireplaces, game room, and bay windows was visited by many of the socially-prominent individuals of the early 20th century. Allamuchy Farms, the 1300-acre estate surrounding the Big House, was renowned for its Holstein cattle, Dorset sheep, and smooth fox terrier kennels known as Warren Kennels.

Historical picture of Rutherfurd Hall

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