Hunterdon County
New Jersey

The Museum

57 Musconetcong River Road
Phone: (908) 638-8523 x405
museum@lebtwp.net

Curators

Gina Sampaio, Curator
Robbie-Lynn Mwangi, Associate Curator

Hours

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Museum is currently closed to the public.

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

ADMISSION IS FREE

Past Publications Provide Current Inspiration!

Cookbook

In 1956, Mrs. Goberman’s 7th Grade Social Studies class at Woodglen School was so inspired by their studies of different cultures that they decided to compile a cookbook. The recipes came not only from around the world but from various Lebanon Township kitchens as well, including the Woodglen Cafeteria! We hope you enjoy taking a look at the recipes and drawings shared by the children. How many local names do you recognize from this cookbook?

Coloring Book

Once upon a time, Lebanon Township Junior Girl Scout Troop 430 rallied all of the Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior troops in the township to help create a coloring book. The result was not just a coloring book but also a history of Lebanon Township and they named it "Once Upon a Township."

Now you can download this coloring book and learn and color, too! You might recognize some of the names of the Girl Scouts, leaders, individuals and businesses that helped support the project. Check out page 15 if you’d like a laugh!

Shop Local & Support the Museum!

A variety of Lebanon Township pottery pieces, keepsake ornaments and canvas tote bags are available for sale online. Proceeds support the 501c3 non-profit Squiers Point Historians in their mission of local historic preservation, which include funding the 2018 addition to the Museum as well as the Carriage Shed Museum Annex. Please visit Squires Point Historians of Lebanon Township.

Picture of items for sale by Squires Point Historians

Resources

Historians Committee

Notices

SCHOLARSHIP

Image of Museum Scholarship

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.