Historic Sites

Monmouth County Historic Sites Inventory HUB Site
and Interactive Map

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historic sites inventory map

Features of the HUB Site include: 
Nearly 2,000 Downloadable Historic Site Forms
Interactive Sites Map
The MCHSI Summary Report, Documenting Monmouth’s Unique Development
Access to National Register Data and Historic American Building Survey Files
Historic Story Map Tours

You can search the map by address, township, site number, or just zoom to the location you’re interested in and explore!

Have additional information or historic photos of a site listed? Contact our historian through the HUB Site to share your knowledge and make our survey as complete as possible.

Historic Walnford

Waln house at Historic Walnford

A place to appreciate over 200 years of social, industrial and agricultural history reflected through five generations of the Waln family. Historic Walnford is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Reserved group tours available 609-259-6275

Historic Longstreet Farm

Plowing the fields at Historic Longstreet Farm

A living historical farm located in Holmdel Park allows people to experience life as it was in rural Monmouth County during the 1890's. Costumed interpreters show both daily and seasonal agricultural and domestic activities. Open daily year round, visitors may enter at their leisure, free of charge. Regular hours are 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day, the farm is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Groups must have a confirmed reservation. Call 732-946-3758, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The farmhouse is open weekend and holiday afternoons March 1 through December 31.

Historic Portland Place

Historic Portland Place

Owned by the Hartshorne family for most of its long history, Portland Place is closely interwoven with the early settlement of the Navesink Highlands, the Hartshone family, and the lands that are now Hartshorne Woods Park. Located on a magnificent site overlooking the Navesink River, the restored 18th century house, furnishings, art and exhibits help tell the story of the region's history and the Hartshorne family legacy in Monmouth County. Guided tours offered seasonally; our 2023 season runs May 6-November 19. See details.