Hancock House State Historic Site

Hancock House State Historic Site


Location:In the town of Hancock's Bridge.
Activities:Guided tours (call for tour availability).
Special Features:Built in 1734 by Judge William Hancock, the house is an excellent example of English Quaker patterned end wall brick houses associated with the lower Delaware Valley and southwestern New Jersey. It was also the scene of a British-led massacre during the Revolutionary War.
Address:3 Front St
Hancock's Bridge, NJ 08038

Phone:856-935-4373
Web: www.njparksandforests.org/historic/hancockhouse/hancockhouse-index.htm

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