History – Waterloo Village Stanhope, NJ

An AMAZING weekend filled with History and fun!
Last night Waterloo Village had trick-or-treating!
Waterloo Village is a 19th-century canal town in Byram Township, Sussex County, New Jersey. This village contains a working gristmill, a general store, blacksmith shop, a canal museum and several historic houses. The village is located on the banks of the Morris Canal. An early 19th-century log cabin farm site and 17th-century Lenape Indian Village exhibit are also located at the site. It was so fun to walk through as the sun was setting! I hope they decide to have more exciting events here for the kids and adults to enjoy! This is a little bit of history everyone, young and old will enjoy!
Enjoy the amazing pictures below!

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