Historic New Bridge Landing
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Historic New Bridge Landing is the headquarters of the Bergen County Historical Society. Built in 1752, it is a historic attraction and was a battleground during the American Revolutionary War, featuring the Zabriskie-Steuben House, the Demarest House and the Campbell-Christie House. The site also includes a historical museum and is open for special events. Visit the Historic New Bridge Landing's website for more information about the establishment, including an in-depth history on its origins.
1201-1209 Main St, River Edge, NJ 07661
- Accessibility Details: The first floors of the Campbell-Christie and Steuben Houses are handicapped accessible
- Hours: By appointment (open for special events)