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Dutch Neck Village

Country Living Museums

 

Want to see what it was like living in the rural areas and on farms around the early twentieth century?  If so, you need not look farther then the Country Living Museums at Dutch Neck Village.

There are now two locations.  The original site contains farm and shop tools that were used by farmers in the early 1900's.

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You will also see early models of washing machines, laundry tubs, etc.  There is also a "Victory Bike" from the World War II era and some old tricycles too.

The "new" location features a display of glassware, kitchen utensils, World War II era memorabilia, restored antique clocks, sewing machines, and typewriters.

On loan to the museum is a collection of Indian artifacts found along the Cohansey River from Bridgeton through Dutch Neck on down to Greenwich.  There are many other items too numerous to mention. 

Be sure to visit both locations.

The museums is free of charge, but there is a donation box for anyone who enjoys recalling past days and who would wish to donate something.

The hours of the Country Living Museum are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays.

For more information, call the Dutch Neck Village office at (856) 451-2188 or send us an .