Griffith Morgan House

About Griffith Morgan House:

Griffith Morgan House is one of the oldest stone houses in Camden County, located in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey. The house was built in 1693 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Located off River Road near the Betsy Ross Bridge, the house stands near the intersection of the Delaware River and Pennsauken Creek. Restored as a community project in the 1970s and maintained by the Griffith Morgan Committee, the house looks the way it would have looked in the 1770s, and special events are staffed by docents in period dress. The house offers open-hearth cooking demonstrations in the fall and popular “Mother’s Day Tea” each May. Tour guides explain the Quaker history of the house and era. The three story house contains both reproductions and authentic artifacts from life along the Delaware at a time when nearby Philadelphia was the first capital of a newly independent nation.

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