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Found this by accident. Had a private tour since no one else was there! Its free but I always... read more

Reviewed 15 December 2017
Trenton, New Jersey
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What a great piece of Revolutionary War History this is – that too, so close to home!! During... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
Somerset, New Jersey
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71 Somerset St, Somerville, NJ 08876-2812
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Reviewed 15 December 2017 via mobile

Found this by accident. Had a private tour since no one else was there! Its free but I always donate a small amount as I appreciate the effort that goes into maintaining places and services such as this.

1  Thank Anon8815
Reviewed 12 June 2017

What a great piece of Revolutionary War History this is – that too, so close to home!! During that War, this was the largest house in NJ. It is an eight room house sitting on 12 acres of land. It was owned by John Wallace...More

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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Along with the Old Dutch Parsonage next door, this building reflectsan important part of American History, as Gen George Washington was headquartered her during the Revolutionary War. Very Highly recommended.

Thank danmatyola
Reviewed 9 July 2016

No reason to travel far to get a real piece of US/ NJ history. Another stop that George Washington made along the way with quite an interesting history. These two sites are right in Somerville within walking distance of each other. Often have docents who...More

Thank giftedelaine
Reviewed 27 June 2016

A historic place that can often be overlooked. Definitely try and visit during a special event such as the October History Weekend - they will have costumed volunteers and possibly even a cooking demo.

Thank ParenthoodNJ
Reviewed 26 April 2016

They have excellent programs illustrating the history of this region during the American Revolution including talks, bus trips and re-enactments of events at various times during the year. All are well organized and interesting.

Thank Richard R
Reviewed 30 January 2016

We drove to Somerville specifically to see the Wallace House and the Old Dutch Parsonage. We checked the hours on line before visiting and arrived in the afternoon on 1/30/16 during the posted visiting hours. This was the weekend after a large blizzard. The parking...More

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Reviewed 21 June 2015 via mobile

Had a great time visiting. Beautiful houses and architecture. Fantastic, informative tour guide. We visited with our 12 year old daughter. She enjoyed it as well.

Thank Jane G
Reviewed 13 February 2015

I lived very close to the Wallace house/Old Dutch Parsonage and I have visited many times. A very knowledgeable historian named Jim give great tours and is always great to chat with. The properties have a lot of interesting artifacts and are a nice reminder...More

Thank SalRan40
Reviewed 5 November 2014

The Wallace House and the Old Dutch Parsonage are definitely worth seeing. History buffs will really appreciate that they have been preserved for the viewing of modern-day visitors. Make sure you check the times when they are open if you want to go inside.

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26 February 2017|
Response from WallaceHouseODPAssoc | Property representative |
There are two old cemeteries in Somerville. Both are located on South Bridge Street near the intersection of Route 206 South. The two cemeteries are across the street from each other.