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Lambert Castle, Paterson

#26 of 74 in Historic Sites in New Jersey
Must see · Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Lambert Castle, originally called Belle Vista, is located within the Garret Mountain Reservation in Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey, United States. The building was built in 1892 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 3, 1976.
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  • Beautiful place to visit with all the Christmas decorations and crafts. Has 3 floors to the castle but does have an elevator for those who can't climb. You can also purchase food on the 3rd floor  more »
  • Been living in area for 42 years and never once went inside. I took my two boys and we made it an adventure. It was awesome to see that a lot of the original furniture was still inside the castle. A lot of interesting things like older silk machines, how the dyed the silk and the history a Paterson. Passaic county did a great job restoring it.
  • This is a good place to visit after visiting the falls. The man who built this earned his money in the silk industry of Paterson. The first floor has original and period correct furniture. The floors, ceilings, and fireplaces are original and beautiful. There is a small admission charge which goes to funding the museum. The grounds are beautiful to walk through and not very extensive.

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