Annual Hoboken House Tour — Sunday, Oct. 25th

Annual Hoboken House Tour — Sunday, Oct. 25th

(ABOVE: Eliott Kaufmann photo)

via press release

The Hoboken Historical Museum hosts the Annual Hoboken House Tour, on Sunday, Oct. 25, from 10 am – 4 pm.

This year’s tour features seven homes—Victorian brownstones and brand-new condos, as well as converted factories and churches—plus three special bonus historic sites, graciously opened to visitors by Museum supporters. Locations are a secret until the day of the tour, but each year offers a fresh selection.

This year’s tour offers an outstanding collection of homes, with features that will appeal to fans of traditional, modern and eclectic decor, including:

  • A stunning designer home with a built-in dollhouse in the kitchen
  • A recently renovated home that was once a marzipan factory on downtown Garden St.
  • A rare peek inside a waterfront townhome in Maxwell Place
  • A condo in a recently converted church building
  • A home filled with contemporary art, plus loads of historic details and antiques.

Tickets are $30 in advance; $40 on the day of the tour ($30 for Museum members). Purchase tickets online at The self-guided tour takes about two to three hours on foot. Houses open at 10 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. Homes may be visited in any order. A map will be included in the House Tour booklet, available only on the day of the tour at one of two starting points: The Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St., or the Fire Department Museum, 213 Bloomfield St.

Ticket sales are limited, and tours have sold out in past years. No tickets will be sold after 2 pm on Oct. 25. Proceeds from ticket sales help support the Museum’s exhibitions and operations.

About the Hoboken Historical Museum

Founded 1986, the Museum’s mission is to educate the public about Hoboken’s history, diverse culture, architecture and historic landmarks. In 2001, the Museum moved into one of the oldest buildings on the waterfront, in the former Bethlehem Steel shipyard, at 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken, where it maintains a series of rotating exhibits. The Museum is open six days a week, 2 – 7 pm on Tues. – Thurs., 1 – 5 pm on Fridays, and noon – 5 pm on weekends. The Littleman Parking-Independence Garage (Shipyard Lane, at 12th St.) offers 3 hours of free parking with Museum validation (call ahead to confirm in case of special event or holiday blackout periods).

The Museum offers special exhibits, tours, events and lectures, as well as educational programs for adults and children on a weekly basis. An updated schedule of events and an online catalog of many items in its collections are available at The Museum is a nonprofit tax-exempt 501(c)3 entity.

Authored by: hMAG