Our Visitors Love Us
Don’t just take our word, listen to what our visitors say!
“My husband and I visited here on Sunday to see the Civil War encampment, which was wonderful, but we also took a tour of the house. We’ve visited before, as I wrote my senior undergrad thesis on Aaron Burr, and always make it a point to stop by when I can, but we were really struck yesterday by how knowledgeable and informative the docents are.
The house looked gorgeous, and we were glad to be able to get a chance to see the holiday decorations still up inside. Even though we’ve visited several times in the past, we still learned some new and interesting facts from the docents on Sunday. I can’t wait to check out the new Aaron Burr exhibit that’s coming soon! ”Dani Massaro via Facebook
“We were there for a Cadillac Classic Car show. We went on a tour of one of the houses there. It is remarkable how they restored and preserved it. The guides were friendly and informative. Really enjoyed it. ”Marilyn Schneider via Facebook
“The Hermitage is a rare historic treasure in the middle of suburbia! Visitors can tread on the same ground as General George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr (who married Theodosia Prevost, the mistress of The Hermitage). I’m so grateful The Friends of The Hermitage have been able to keep this wonderful place preserved for history lovers of all ages! ”Pattie Simone via Facebook
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I rent space for a special event at The Hermitage?
Yes! Jaqua Hall, located in the Hermitage Education and Conference Center, is a 1,650 square foot meeting and banquet room with an adjacent warming kitchen located on the grounds of The Hermitage. The room is available to rent for weddings, private parties, fundraisers, business meetings or workshops. .
May I take special event photos on the grounds of The Hermitage?
The historic grounds of the Hermitage are available for wedding and other group photography. As a New Jersey State Park, all photography on the grounds, regardless of the party size, requires a permit. Please see our Rental page for more Photography guidelines.
The Hermitage Museum Address
The Hermitage Museum 335 North Franklin Turnpike Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ 07423 Ph: 201-445-8311 E/M: email@example.com
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