Visit The Hermitage

The Hermitage is one of America’s outstanding examples of the romantic Gothic Revival architecture. The historic house incorporates an 18th century stone house that was visited byGeneral George Washington, the Marquis de Lafayette, and Alexander Hamilton. It is also the site of Theodosia Prevost’s marriage to Aaron Burr in 1782.

Take a step back in time with us, visit The Hermitage soon!

Directions to The Hermitage

335 North Franklin Turnpike, Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ 07423

From Rt. 17: Take the Hollywood Avenue exit. Bear left after exiting, following signs for The Hermitage Museum. Follow Hollywood Avenue west to N. Franklin Turnpike. Turn right onto N. Franklin Turnpike. The Hermitage will be on the left.

From the Garden State Parkway: Take exit 165, go west 1/3 mile on Ridgewood Ave. to Route 17 North on right. Follow the directions above.

From New Jersey Turnpike: Take exit 16W to Route 3 West, exit at Route 17 North and follow directions for Route 17.

From Route 287: Merge onto Route 208 South, take exit on Ewing Avenue and turn left onto Route 502 E. Follow Route 502 E. right at the traffic light (Franklin Avenue). Franklin Avenue becomes Wyckoff Avenue. Turn right onto Franklin Turnpike in Waldwick. The Hermitage is on your right.

From New York City: Take the George Washington Bridge to Route 4 West to Route 17 North, follow directions for Route 17.

Revolution, Ghosts & More!

The Hermitage is one of America’s outstanding examples of the romantic Gothic Revival architecture. Take a step back in time and learn about the important role the women and men of the Hermitage played throughout history, from the American Revolution to the preservation of this National Historic Landmark! We hope to see you soon!

Address: 335 North Franklin Turnpike
Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey 07423

Phone: 201.445.8311, ext. 102
Email:  info@thehermitage.org

Business Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday 10 am to 2 pm

Tours:
Saturday-Sunday – 1:15 pm, 2:15 pm, and 3:15 pm

Admission:
Adults $10, Children 10 and under $5.

 New Jersey State Representative
Eric Pain, Superintendent
Ringwood State Park
1304 Sloatsburg Road
Ringwood, NJ 07456