Nestled on the banks of the scenic Delaware River, the pretty riverside town of Lambertville is a haven for artisans and craftsmen with many eclectic, and quirky shops, art galleries, quaint artisan's stores, and artsy boutiques. The charming town has beautiful architecture, an array of interesting dining options, laid-back cafés, and bars where artists hang out, and buzzing nightlife. Here are some of the top things to see and do in the waterside town of Lambertville. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Howell Living History Farm
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The Howell Living History Farm, also known as the Joseph Phillips Farm, is an open-air museum and living history farm in Hopewell Township. Set on 130 acres of beautiful landscapes near Titusville in Mercer County, New Jersey, the Howell Farm stands as a museum in its rural setting that showcases farm life and how farming was practiced in New Jersey from 1890 to 1910. The Howell Farm features the remnants of over 250 years of agricultural practice and life in the region and offers a memorable experience for visitors of all ages.
70 Woodens Lane, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-737-3299
2.Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market
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Established in 1967, the Golden Nugget Antique Market is an indoor/outdoor market specializing in art, antiques, collectibles, and vintage items. Considered as the premier market on the East Coast for one-of-a-kind vintage and hip retro items, New Jersey’s top flea market sells a wide range of goods ranging from ceramics, art deco, Victorian collectibles, and paintings to furniture and home décor, vinyl albums, garden items, and pottery. In addition to the market’s permanent dealers, friendly sellers visit each week to sell a variety of their wares, creating vibrant and welcoming energy.
1850 State highway 29, Lambertville, NJ, Phone: 609-397-0811
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3.Funk & Junk Furniture
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Funk & Junk is an eclectic furniture store that collects and sells unique, antique, vintage, and one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture, home décor, and statement pieces. The store not only sells collected pieces, but also sells salvaged and reworked items that have been reborn, as well as hand-carved woodwork using maple, sycamore, and black walnut woods. The store also offers classes and workshops that teach people how to revitalize pieces of furniture and objects, using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®.
19 N Franklin St, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-460-4494
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4.Fulper Family Farmstead
The Fulper Family Farmstead is a fifth-generation family-owned and operated working dairy farm that has been producing high-quality dairy products for over a century. The farm is home to over 120 Holstein cows that get milked twice a day and whose milk is used for an array of organic and preservative-free dairy products like feta, mozzarella, and ricotta cheeses, yogurt. The farm is committed to the surrounding community and offers a variety of family-friendly activities such as farm tours, field trips, farmstead adventure camps for children of all ages, and summer camps throughout the year.
281 Rocktown Lambertville Rd, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-651-5991
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5.Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum
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The Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum is dedicated to the rich agricultural heritage of Hunterdon County between the 18th and 20th centuries. Housed in a beautifully restored three-story bank barn, the museum documents the history of the agriculture industry in the county dating back to 1711 with exhibits and displays of farming equipment, tools, farm clothing, and the process of preparing and preserving food. The museum is set on a property that features other buildings such as a blacksmith shop, a post office, a general store, a carriage shed, and a printing shop. The museum offers docent-led tours of the property.
1605 Daniel Bray Hwy, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-397-2752
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6.Jim's of Lambertville
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Jim's of Lambertville is a locally owned art gallery in the heart of Lambertville that showcases a variety of artworks from different genres, including American and European art from the 18th to 20th centuries, Pennsylvania Impressionist and Modernist works, and period antiques. The 7,000 square-foot gallery has a wide variety of works in different materials from etchings and engravings to oil and watercolor paintings, wood carvings, and lithographs. The gallery has a dedicated section for custom framing and showcases fine period frames and tailor-made made frames for the galleries New Hope School paintings.
6 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-397-7700
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7.James Marshall House Museum
The James Marshall House Museum is a house museum dedicated to the life of James Wilson Marshall, the man who discovered gold in California in 1848. Built in 1816, the Federal brick building features a brick kitchen, wide porches, period furniture, and several interesting architectural elements such as decorative Adams-style friezes, chimney cupboards, and a pegged front door. The museum also houses exhibits and photographs on Lambertville's history and is open to the public for free. The James Marshall House Museum is the headquarters of the Lambertville Historical Society and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
60 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-397-0770
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8.The Michael Fratrich Fine Art Gallery
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The Michael Fratrich Fine Art Gallery is an upscale gallery that houses a collection of large-scale oil paintings and offers expert advice and services on building private and corporate collections. Located on Bridge Street in the heart of Lambertville, the gallery hosts permanent and rotating collections, as well as special exhibitions and art-related events and functions.
22 Bridge St, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 802-558-2608
9.Gallery Piquel Lambertville
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Established in 2007, Gallery Piquel is one of the longest-running fine art galleries in Lambertville and showcases an eclectic mix of artworks in a variety of mediums from acrylics and oils to bronzes, ceramics, and encaustics. Locally owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Jim and Tamara Cannon, the gallery exhibits original works from over 50 artists through permanent and rotating exhibitions.
24 Bridge St, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-483-2156
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Bell's Tavern is a friendly, neighborhood eatery and bar that has been a long-standing favorite with the Lambertville community for over 80 years. Established by Jack Bell as an all-you-can-eat tavern for local factory workers, the restaurant has grown into a full-service restaurant serving handcrafted, traditional Italian and New American fare. A 30-seat oval bar takes center stage in the restaurant, and the menu features a variety of pasta, pizzas, fresh seafood, and meat dishes, along with a beverage selection of quality draft and bottled beers, casual wines by the bottle and glass, and classic cocktails. Bell's Tavern is open for dinner only, seven nights a week.
183 N Union St, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-397-2226
11.DeAnna's Restaurant and Bar
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DeAnna's Restaurant and Bar is a cozy, bustling Italian eatery with an intimate dining space and a charming courtyard garden for alfresco dining. The restaurant is owned by Diana Paterra, aka Chef DeAnna, who creates an innovative menu of farm-to-table fare made with locally sourced ingredients from regional farms around Lambertville. The menu features signature dishes like homemade pasta and wood-fired pizzas, as well as fresh seafood, chicken and veal, and decadent desserts, and is accompanied by wines from small, artisanal, family-owned vineyards. DeAnna’s is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday and offers catering services for special events and functions.
54 N Franklin St, Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-397-8957
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12.Nicola's Pizza and Italian Restaurant
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Nicola’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant is a family-owned pizza joint that has been serving traditional Italian food and wood-fired pizza for over 50 years. Lambertville's oldest family-operated restaurant has a rustic, laid-back ambiance with homey décor and uses the freshest, highest quality ingredients from regional artisans and farms to create delicious, handcrafted fare. The menu features a range of handmade pasta dishes, hand-tossed, wood-fired pizza with different toppings, fresh salads, vegetarian options, and fresh seafood. The food is accompanied by a selection of casual Italian wines, classic cocktails, and craft beers. Nicola’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, daily.
Lambertville, NJ 08530, Phone: 609-397-0212
12 Best Things to Do in Lambertville, NJ
- Howell Living History Farm, Photo: Howell Living History Farm
- Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market, Photo: Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market
- Funk & Junk Furniture, Photo: Funk & Junk Furniture
- Fulper Family Farmstead, Photo: HQUALITY/stock.adobe.com
- Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum, Photo: Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum
- Jim's of Lambertville, Photo: Jim's of Lambertville
- James Marshall House Museum, Photo: DyMax/stock.adobe.com
- The Michael Fratrich Fine Art Gallery, Photo: Abstract Artworks/stock.adobe.com
- Gallery Piquel Lambertville, Photo: Gallery Piquel Lambertville
- Bell's Tavern, Photo: Bell's Tavern
- DeAnna's Restaurant and Bar, Photo: DeAnna's Restaurant and Bar
- Nicola's Pizza and Italian Restaurant, Photo: Eugeniusz Dudzinski/stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: Andrew Kazmierski/stock.adobe.com
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