750 State Route 35 South
Middletown, NJ 07748
Phone: (732) 671-3400
Fax: (732) 671-3911
This park offers one hundred ninety seven acres on which one may explore and enjoy nature, as well as offering a pier for fishing and beach access.
An extensive collection of books, periodicals, reference materials, research materials, and electronic resources is featured at this public library.
Deep Cut Gardens is located adjacent to Tatum Park. Sprawling over 54 acres (21 hectares), the verdant landscape is a haven for botanists and horticulturists. This property was originally purchased by Vito Genovese in 1935 and left to the creative efforts of Theodore Stout. Blending English and Italian styles, the design boasts a manicured parterre of over 50 varieties of roses that are represented by 180 bushes. The symmetric beds of native as well as cultivated plants, flowers and herbs encourages gardening enthusiasts. The rockery is a replication of Mount Vesuvius, which towers over Genovese's birthplace, Naples. Also on site are several greenhouses and a horticultural center.
This park features events and programs that offer education about the natural history of the region, the ways and history of Native Americans in the region, educational programs about the flora, fauna, geology and natural history of the area, natural areas in which one may commune with nature, the Murray Farmhouse, a variety of special events, and much more.
This three hundred sixty eight acre park offers woods and fields and over four miles of trails, picnic tables, playgrounds, and more.
With a variety of exhibits such as an educational garden, a blacksmith shop, a sugar cane mill, and exhibits of antique farming implements and more, this farm museum explores the influence of farming on the development of the region, as well as tracing the history of the Heath family and its contributions to the area.
Overlooking the beautiful marina, the Riverside Gardens Park is a green stretch of serenity and peace. You can sit by yourself and enjoy a book or simply take a stroll round the garden while enjoying the splendid views. This park also hosts events on a regular basis that includes live music concert series, community events, fitness sessions, outdoor movie screenings and much more.
A Time to Kiln is a paint-your-own pottery art studio where both children and adults can enjoy pottery, glass fusing, mosaics and stuff-a-critter.
The celebrated Seabrook-Wilson House is a highly distinguished house in New Jersey. It is more accurately located at the Middletown Township in Monmouth County in New Jersey. The ancient monumental house has been constructed in 1750 and encompasses a land cover of less than one acre. The park opens at 7:00a throughout the year and closes by evening. The house has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This association operates a memorial, a Vietnam Era Educational Center, is host to special events and programs, and more.
Home of the Atlantic Highlands Historical Society, the 21-room Strauss Mansion and Museum is the only Queen Anne-style building in Monmouth County that is open to the public. Various permanent displays, period furnished rooms, including a Victorian parlor, turn-of-the-century tool room, Native American and Lenape room and a library; and a Victorian-style garden can be seen at the Strauss Mansion, which was built as a
This twelve-acre marina offers one hundred fifty four wet slips, fifty eight rack storage units, winter storage services, floating docks, electric and water slips, gasoline sales, a fifteen-ton forklift, a fifteen-ton marina hoist, and more.