Now that our rose garden has officially started to bloom, it only makes sense to showcase how awesome our grounds are!
Our grounds boast a beautifully manicured English formal garden and ending with hedge mazes. We also have a luscious English rose garden which makes the perfect backdrop of weddings! Not only do we have flowers but we also have fruit trees and bushes. Depending on the time of year, you can see cherries, raspberries, pears and apples, oh my!
Liberty Hall is also home to the oldest horse chestnut tree in the entire state of New Jersey. It was planted in 1770! We encourage visitors to pack a picnic lunch and spend the day on the ground. You can take a walk along our Serpentine Path which winds along the front of the property.
If you would like to be a part of the beauty that is Liberty Hall, we have started a new program to reforest the trees that we have lost over the years. Through our Commemorative Tree Program, you can help us to recreate the beauty of these lost historic trees. The gift of a commemorative tree in tribute, honor, or celebration of someone is a lasting, symbolic gift. Upon donation of a tree, the honoree’s name, type of tree and tree number will be displayed on a tree tag, affixed on the tree so that all visitors will see it clearly. For more information on this wonderful program and to purchase a tree, please visit: http://www.kean.edu/libertyhall/visit/liberty-hall-tree-program
Hopefully you already follow us on social media but make sure to visit www.facebook.com/astrollthrulibertyhallmuseum to see our grounds year round!