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The visitors center should be your first stop at the village. There's a gift shop with nice merchandise & a large selection of books. The short film at the small theater was worth viewing since it gave an overall idea of Batsto.
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Not generally interested in purely educational museums but this one caught my interest. Not only does it give you the historical background of the village but it also gives you the natural aspects of the land around it. I would suggest also checking out the...More
Batsto village is a must-see for those who love nature and history. You literally feel like you've stepped back in time as you walk through the acres of beautiful property lined with historic buildings. As you enter to visitor's center, you can watch a ten...More
The visitor center is a must for a visit to Batsto Village. The exhibits give an in-depth look at the natural history of the area and the early owners of the village during the American Revolution as well as during the later Joseph Wharton era....More
The Batsto village historic complex is pleasant to explore but the best place to start your visit is the museum in the Visitors Center. One can learn and appreciate here the history of this area and history of South Jersey iron ore smelting . It...More
It's a small museum, up to standard, well research, people and keepers are friendly and knowledgeable. Every piece of history about the village is there. The only thing I wish the could have was more things to buy, souvenirs to bring home or T- shirts....More
I love coming here with my two young boys (1 &3)! The buildings are beautifully kept up and rich with history. The paths are easy to navigate with my double jogging stroller. The lake is BEAUTIFUL! The nature center is neat, organized and jam packed...More