Quality Inn near Mountain Creek
15 Route 94
Vernon, NJ 07462
Phone: (973) 827-4666
Fax: (973) 827-1466
15 Route 94, Vernon, NJ, US, 07462
- Phone: (973) 827-4666
- Fax: (973) 827-1466
Arts & Museums
The Space Farms Zoo and Museum welcome all to experience the history and nature here. Along with the wild side, one can enjoy the educational programs conducted for all ages. With over 100 acres of land with a serene atmosphere for play and picnics, this place is a great family site, and features the zoo and museums which create a great adventure and memorable experience.
Art/sculpture studio in 1720's grist mill.
Open 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday through Monday, except on Saturdays when they close at 6:00 p.m., UpFront Exhibition Space showcases the art of emerging artists.
The Butler Museum is ably operated by the iconic Butler Historical Society. It earlier stood as a railroad station known as the New York Susquehanna and Western Railroad Station. It was constructed in 1872. The museum site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The entire station museum site is spread over 1.2 acres (0.49 hectares) of area. It primarily focuses on the borough's social, cultural and industrial history through its collections. The structuring depicts the Stick/Eastlake style of architecture.
Fort Decker is a house that was built from the ruins and remnants of the original fort. The main fort was raised way back in 1760 and was made from logs and stones. During the Revolutionary War, it was completely burned down, and was re-constructed later in 1793. Touted to be one of oldest structures in the city, it is now a museum
The Town of Deerpark Museum, or the Huguenot Schoolhouse is a historic house in Huguenot village in the state of New York. Built in 1863 in Greek Revival architecture, this place was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and is one of the few structures in the region to be classified as a historic place. Currently, the house is a local history museum and also displays some fine art prints.
Popularly known as the Harmony Hall, the Jacob Sloat House is a house of wood. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this was formerly a residence, an elder care home and was finally bought over by the Town of Ramapo. The plans to transform it into a house museum are underway.
The historic Van Allen House was built in 1740 for local farmer Hendrik Van Allen. Located off U.S Highway 202, the house has served as a headquarter to George Washington in July 1777, during the Revolutionary War. Now managed and operated by Oakland Historical Society, the house serves as a museum preserving various artifacts and ephemera pertaining to the war and the era. Open to public on the third Sunday of every month, between 1p and 4p, the Van Allen House makes for an interesting and informative visit.