Grover Cleveland House on July 4th by Barbara Dexter
These are some photos from the ice cream social with live musical entertainment on July 4th at the Grover Cleveland House in Caldwell, NJ.
Above is the Grover Cleveland House. They offer free tours every few minutes on this busy day. You are welcomed back to the house for individual tours at a more leisurely pace during their regular hours. They are closed on Mondays ans Tuesdays as well as holidays.
The address is:
Grover Cleveland Birthplace
207 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006
Phone: (973) 226-0001
Take a step back in time and marvel at the simple life that we all long for in today’s busy society. There was no running water in 1832 when he house was built. All water had to be hauled in from the well that is directly off the kitchen at the rear of the house.
The house was used for both business and family affairs. This limited the family’s space in the home. Most family matters were conducted in the kitchen or the small family room to the rear of the large receiving room.
Celebrate the fourth with an old fashioned flea circus. This is a real humorous treat for children and adults alike.
Learn about history, present day activities, and the memorial association.
Buy a gift to help support the historical house. Don’t forget to sample from ice cream or enjoy a burger during the live musical performance.
This event is held yearly at the Grover Cleveland Birthplace on the fourth of July.