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claimsgal wrote a review Mar 2020
Union, New Jersey281 contributions59 helpful votes
What a great day we had! The tea assortment was wonderful, the young lady who escorted us thru the Kean home was very knowledgeable & it was fun to learn not only thr history of the Kean family but also other notable famous people that lived & visited the home over the years - looking forward to going back in 2020
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Tom and Heather wrote a review Jan 2020
Swedesboro, New Jersey788 contributions34 helpful votes
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We expected to love this place. We entered the visitors center and found that there was not a whole lot to see and if we were dependent on the staff to point things out we would be waiting forever. One of our reasons for visiting this place is that it has a National Park Service Passport stamp at this location. When my husband was getting our boom ready to stamp he asked me a question. The young woman behind the counter rudely said, “Well he didn’t ask me so I’m not going to answer!” It was strange. Then she tried to insist stamping our book which is a serious no-no! I requested that she give him the stamp as she persisted to ignore us and move on to someone else. After we stamped I noticed she gave so wine else a map and asked for one. She didn’t give us any infuriation s our what there is to see. Someone else eventually cane down to give us a house tour but the group was so big there were two guides. One of my concerns when we got there was that the visitors center was far from the house. They had no way to get to the house without walking. Those two guides took off and flew up to the house leaving me and a few others behind. She proceeded to start the tour without us. This was the just of what occurred during the tour. She rushed through everything to keep people moving but when I couldn’t keep up she would snap at me for not staying with the group. After the house tour I asked about the museum that was supposed to have fire engines in it. The first time I asked I was told to ask someone else. The second time I asked she agreed to meet us at the building and unlock the door but only because we asked. Why wouldn’t they mention it to everyone on the tour? It’s a small but beautiful collection of fire trucks and memorabilia. All in all the place is beautiful, the staff leave a lot to be desired.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Gia G wrote a review Aug 2019
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Found through a last minute search and My son absolutely loved their Tuesday kids tour. He learned hands on and saw the difference in era's.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dotty K wrote a review May 2019
Haddonfield, New Jersey105 contributions38 helpful votes
A tour through the Liberty Hall Museum is the closest we could get to time travel because each room is decorated for different eras from the 1700s, 1800s, and into the 20th century. In addition, because the Kean family kept almost everything, most items are original to this house. Our tour guide took us on three floors of this mansion, as well as a look at the grounds and a fire hall with its collection of fire fighting memorabilia, including a few fire engines. (One of the Kean family members collected fire fighting items and could afford to include fire engines.)
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Lisa G wrote a review Aug 2018
Aberdeen, New Jersey50 contributions31 helpful votes
Liberty Hall is a gem of history, architecture, and scenery. The staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. The grounds and home are meticulously maintained. It is a beautiful place to go on a tour. They also plan many events for children, adults, scholars, and anyone that has their interests sparked but one of Union's hidden treasures.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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