Don’t miss the interesting tour of the Nicolas Gibbon House for a look at early colonial living.
The Nicolas Gibbon House at 960 Great Street
Visiting a Museum: The Unique, Unusual, Obscure and Historical
The Nicolas Gibbon House
960 Great Street
Greenwich, NJ 08323
Open: Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm/Monday Closed/Tuesday 1:00pm-4:00pm/Wednesday-Saturday Closed
Admission: Free but a donation suggested
My review on TripAdvisor:
The Nicholas Gibbon House
I was very impressed by the Nicholas Gibbon House when I took a tour one Saturday afternoon. There were no large crowds to deal with and the parking is perfect with plenty of room to move around. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with all sorts of seasonal flowers surrounding the house. When I visited I thought I was mistaken and it was someone’s home. There was a lot of care put into both the exterior and interior of this home.
Nicolas Gibbon was a local merchant who moved to Greenwich in 1730 and continued to live here until the 1760’s. The tour guide explained to me that the townspeople would not let him…
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