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It's time to go back in time at the Lambert Castle Museum, where you can not only explore the grounds, but you can also visit the museum's rich variety of historical artifacts, maps, and pictures within the exhibitions!
Let the kids imagination take hold as they stalk the ancient corridors and imagine life all those years ago!
Built in 1892, Lambert Castle now features a museum with both exhibits and furnishings that are reflective of the local Passaic County history. Your journey through this historic house will be via self-guided tour where you can really feel like you are living in another time.
The castle is a known landmark in Northern New Jersey, and was once a private resident that hosted some pretty notable guests, including President McKinley!
Check out the fun events they have across the year too, as you might want to put them in your diary! These including annual fundraisers and the Victorian Tea, super fun!
So let's get ready to go back through the history books and explore the history of Catherine Lambert and the fabulous Lambert Castle!
Route 80 westbound:
Take Exit 57 B-A “Downtown Paterson / Route 19 South – Clifton.” Once on this exit ramp, take the left fork “Route 19 South – Clifton.” Go less than one-half mile on Route 19 South and get off at first exit “Valley Road.” At end of exit ramp, turn right onto Valley Road. Entrance to Lambert Castle is the first driveway on the right.
Route 80 eastbound:
Take Exit 57A “Route 19 South -Clifton.” Go less than one-half mile on Route 19 South and get off at first exit “Valley Road.” At end of exit ramp, turn right onto Valley Road. Entrance to Lambert Castle is the first driveway on the right.
$3 (Ages 5 to 17)
Grab something to eat in the area, there are plenty of places to enjoy something before your visit!
Reservations are required for all school groups visiting Lambert Castle. During their visit, students receive a private tour of the historical period rooms on the first floor, plus self-guided access to the museum galleries on the other floors. For class visits, arrangements can be made for your group to visit outside of the normal museum hours
They are ADA compliant