While the museum building and visitors’ services remain closed, the Hermitage grounds are open to the public daily.

Experience the past in the heart of Ho-Ho-Kus

The Hermitage is a historic house museum and National Historic Landmark that encompasses over 250 years of American history. The museum is maintained by the Friends of the Hermitage Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1971. Visitors to the Hermitage Museum can tour the historic house, view different exhibitions of the collections, and take part in a range of educational and public programming.

Hours: The Museum Office and building are currently closed. For assistance email info@thehermitage.org.

Tours: The Museum is not offering tours at this time.

Admission: Adults $7, Students/Seniors $5, Children (6-12) $4, Children 5 and under FREE

For group tours of 6 or more, please call 201-445-8311 x102 or email info@thehermitage.org.


Experience British & German vintage auto shows, fun kids programs, Civil War re-enactments, Food Truck Festivals, and special events year round.


Learn about our intriguing history lectures and workshops, exciting historic re-enactments, fascinating exhibitions and children’s programming.


Host a beautiful event at The Hermitage Education & Conference Center

Become Involved

There are so many ways to get involved at The Hermitage as a Member, Volunteer, Corporate Partner, or History Enthusiast. Learn more – click above

Get in Touch!

Have a question about an upcoming special event? Interested in hosting a business meeting or life celebration in our Conference Center? Looking for ways to get involved with The Hermitage? Give us a call, we’d love to hear from you!

The Hermitage - A National Historic Landmark

250+ Years of Exciting Stories & Artifacts