Hunterdon County
New Jersey

The Museum

57 Musconetcong River Road
Phone: (908) 638-8523 x405


Gina Sampaio, Curator
Robbie-Lynn Mwangi, Assistant Curator
Bill Honachefsky, Associate Curator


Tuesday 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Thursday 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am - 4:30 pm



The Ride to Pleasant Grove 20 Year Anniversary & Historic Farm Life Exhibit Opens August 3

“The Ride to Pleasant Grove” was written by local author Sal Vuocolo in 1999. During extensive renovations to his circa 1700s Lebanon Township farmhouse, Sal began researching its history and chronicling his findings. The end result was a piece of literature that is part memoir and part fictional tale of a day in the life of James Hance, the farmer who owned the house in “Anthonytown” in the 1850s. It is a story that celebrates Hunterdon’s history through the eyes of a hardworking farmer.

Sal passed away in 2003, but his life and legacy live on through his book.

On Saturday, August 3 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm, the Lebanon Township Historians Committee will host a celebration of Sal’s life and work with book readings at 1:30 and 2:30 pm and an exhibit of book-related artifacts, photos and paintings. Rediscover the joys of “The Ride to Pleasant Grove” or fall in love with it for the very first time. The book is available through the Hunterdon County Library system or can be purchased at the Museum for $5.

The exhibit will be on display through August 31.


Veterans Haven North Collections

We are now accepting donations year-round for the veterans at Veterans Haven North. Next time you come to the Museum, bring a donation if you are able! Currently collecting:

  • Men’s Socks: XL (fits shoe size 12-14) ONLY
  • Laundry Detergent Pods
  • Men’s Flip Flops sizes L, XL
  • Art Supplies (Easels, paints, canvases, paintbrushes, sketch pads, colored pencils, etc.)

Hello/Goodbye to Our Curators Party

On Saturday, March 16, 2019, the Township of Lebanon Museum and Historians Committee hosted the "Hello/Goodbye to Our Curators" party. Enjoy the videos of the speeches given during the day as well as the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Pottery Sale

The Historians have 18th century reproduction pottery for sale at the Museum. The pottery is embellished with a rendering of the Museum at New Hampton and is gray and blue stoneware. Various pieces are available. The pottery makes a great holiday gift or remembrance of our township.

Call us at (908) 638-8523 x405 or stop in the museum to buy or place an order.