After A 2 Year Restoration Project, Ringwood Manor is Open Again

Updated: Jul 17, 2020 Short URL:

Two years after a furnace malfunction covered it in oily soot, a Revolutionary War-era estate has reopened in northern New Jersey.

Ringwood Manor underwent a $1.6 million restoration after the malfunction in January 2012. Less than a year before, someone stole two paintings worth $150,000 each along with other artifacts.


Ringwood Manor is one of our favorite places in NJ, and is located within one of our favorite parks. Knowing the manor is back open for public access is great news!

Though there are many many articles with this great news, we wanted to share a few that actually worth reading :)

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About the author - Jeff C.

 Jeff C.
Jeff C. is a web developer in Central New Jersey that has a passion for helping folks get outside and explore NJ. He works on a few Outdoor-centric sites, including GetOutsideNJ, the NJ Outdoor Map, ExploringAllaire, and more. Please visit to learn more!

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