Barclay Farmstead Museum

About Barclay Farmstead Museum:

Barclay Farmstead Museum is a historical oasis in the heart of bustling Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Built by a Quaker farmer Joseph Thorn in 1816, the 16-room farmhouse and surrounding 32-acre property offers visitors an opportunity to observe and participate in the agrarian lifestyle that once dominated the South Jersey landscape. The house exemplifies characteristics of the federal style of architecture popular in the decades following the American Revolution, including a symmetrical fa├žade, simple flat brickwork, and a rear arched porch. In addition to tours of the farmhouse, visitors can spend time wandering nature trails and admiring the beautiful Plant-A-Patch garden plots. The Barclay Farmstead is owned and operated by Cherry Hill Township, and is listed on the National & New Jersey Registers of Historic Places.

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Email | 856-795-6225