Cornell Club of Northern New Jersey: Hamilton and the Hermitage
November 17, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
Before Hamilton was on-stage, he was in-state. Visit the Hermitage with us and see why it’s named one of Travel & Leisure’s 16 Places to Go When You Can’t Get Hamilton Tickets.
Join the Cornell Club of Northern NJ in visiting the Hermitage in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ, where Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and other luminaries of the American Revolution once took respite from the trials of battle. An architecturally significant Gothic Revival mansion in Bergen County, today the Hermitage is a museum tracing American history, with an upcoming exhibition on Theodosia Prevost Burr, whose husband Aaron shared the estate with her post-war.
Our private tour of the property will not only review the history of the property itself, but also provide insight into how the house in New Jersey came to be a refuge for Revolutionary War soldiers, including America’s earliest leaders. Bring the whole family to experience the Hermitage’s rich history and elegant holiday decorations!
DATE: Sunday, November 17, 2019
TIME: Tour begins 2 PM
LOCATION: The Hermitage
335 North Franklin Turnpike
Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. 07423
Tour pricing is as follows:
Adults with AAA: $6.25
Seniors and Students: $5.25
Children (6-12): $4.25
Under 6 – Free
Registration closes October 15 (museum requirement). There will be no refunds
Please reach out to Adam Kirsch or Carole Kenyon by October 1, 2019 (see contact information below) if you would be interested in dining at top-ranked St. Eve’s after the event.
Event questions can be directed to Adam Kirsch or Carole Kenyon