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A Walk Among the Tombstones, Part 3

Historic Havens is honored once again to welcome our tour guide Beth Woolley as we take our annual Walk Among the Tombstones. Woolley and her husband, Peter, are the owners of Peaceable Kingdom monuments, and in her 40-year career, Beth toured cemeteries... Read More

Exploring the Historic Haven That is Monmouth Park

The noble stallion and the many beautiful, inspiring horse farms are a grand part of life in Monmouth County. Some are recreational horses, others are business partners, and one of the national showplaces of thoroughbred horseracing is Monmouth Park in... Read More

Lighthouses of the Jersey Shore

Sailors navigate uncertain waters by looking to lighthouses to bring them safely back to solid ground. The symbolism is too hard to resist as we begin our journey back to the comforts of the lives we know so well. So this month, Historic Havens will visit... Read More

A Historic Haven of Shrewsbury, Presbyterian Church

Located alongside the iconic Christ Church on Sycamore Avenue lies an equally historic and charming church. The Presbyterian Church at Shrewsbury (PCAS) is the little, white church with the red doors. The two buildings are so close that many believe they... Read More

Christ Church Celebrates Milestone Anniversary

The intersection of Route 35 and Sycamore Avenue is one of the most historic in the county and equally one of the most spiritual. Not only will you see the Allen House Tavern and Meeting House, the corner is also occupied by one of the few Quaker churches... Read More

Living History Farms

New Jersey is the Garden State, and with gardens come farms and, of course, animals. So as The Journal celebrates pets and animals this month, Historic Havens will take you to some historic places where animals are the center of attention. These special... Read More