Howell Living History Farm

70 Wooden's Lane, Lambertville, New Jersey 08530, Hunterdon County


Howell Living History Farm At A Glance...


About Howell Living History Farm

The history of Howell Farm is long and varied. Since farming began on this site in the 1730s, just about every type of farming situation has occurred here. The farm has evolved from a grain producing farm to a dairy farm and over the years various crops have been grown, animals raised, products produced, etc. The farm has gone through periods of family ownership and occupation and absentee owner/tenant farmer occupation.

Today the Farm exists in its rural setting as both an example of farming as it was practiced in New Jersey in the period 1890-1910 and as a landscape where one can find the remnants of over 250 years of farming practice and life.


  • Activities:
    • Walking
      A few nice trails
    Amenities:
    • Bathrooms
    • Parking Lot(s)/Garage
    • Picnic / Sitting Area
    • Picnic tables
    Trails:
    • Flat / Easy
    • Walking Paths
    Farming:
    • Corn Maze
    • Hay Rides
    Park Type:
    • Historic Area
    Rules/Regulations:
    • Alcohol *NOT Permitted*


Contact / Location

Primary Address:
Directions 70 Wooden's Lane
Lambertville, New Jersey 08530
Hunterdon County
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