Holidays at The Hermitage is BACK!

Tree Lighting at The Hermitage

Come join us on November 27th at 4PM for some holiday cheer and the lighting of our magnificent Sugi-Pine! There will be carolers and hot chocolate for your enjoyment as well as free admission for all. Bring the whole family! Donations accepted.

This is a free event

Christmas Tree Lighting

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Candlelight Tours at the Hermitage

December 2nd, 3rd, and 11th

Tours at 5, 5:30, and 6PM

See the museum in all its Romantic splendor in intimate groups. Flautists fill the rooms with joyous holiday music as you take your tour.  Afterward, come back to the John Rosencrantz House for cookies and a peek at our little Christmas Village.

Our gift shop will be open and filed with one-of-a-kind books, treasures, and holiday goodies.

Groups are limited to 18 people at a time.

If you want to reserve a special time for just your group, please call the office at 201 445-8311.

Click Below to Buy Your Tickets for the 2nd. 3rd, or 11th

A Christmas Carol at the Hermitage

December 9th, 10th, & 17th @ 7PM

December 18th @ 4PM

The Hermitage and First Flight Theatre Company join forces to present

Dickens by Candlelight: “A Christmas Carol by Robin Proett Olson.”

Using only the actual words from this immortal story, this 90-minute

version with no intermission is interactive and set with the actors in

and around the audience. The three actors (and an audience member or

two) play all the characters from this famous tale. Tea and holiday

snacks will be served.

Shows are December 9, 10 and 17 at 7:00 pm and on December 18 at 4:00 pm

Tickets are $25.00 per person

Dickens at The Hermitage

December 4th @ 5PM

^^^Tickets are $30 and available here^^^

Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye! You are invited, each and every one of you, to an evening with Charles Dickens at The Hermitage. Mr. Dickens conducted a reading tour during his American visit in 1868. As it turns out on this second trip to our side of the Atlantic, he visited The Hermitage. He had heard that George Washington had slept there and he was fascinated with this historical figure. Local actor Frank Farrell will portray Dickens and recreate one of his stops during his reading tour. He will read a couple of his short Christmas stories. Coffee, tea and snacks will be served. These readings will take place in the original Hermitage building. Dickens will read one story of his choice and have the audience vote on the other. Join Charles Dickens for a cozy evening of holiday stories at The Hermitage.

Come Join us December 4th @ 5PM.

        More events coming soon such as:

   September 10: Music of “1776”

Unplugged – Live Bands:Sept. 30, Oct. 1, Oct. 7 & Oct. 8

Mina – A play about Dracula: Oct. 23 & Oct. 30

Ghostly Gatherings at The Hermitage: Oct. 28 & Oct. 29

Holiday Centerpieces w/ Cathy Miller: Nov. 20

Tree Lighting at The Hermitage: Nov. 27

Candlelight Tours at The Hermitage: Dec. 2, Dec. 3, Dec. 4,  Dec.11 & Dec. 16

A Christmas Carol: Dec. 9, Dec, 10, Dec, 17 & Dec. 18