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Around the Area

A visit to Flemington offers a blend of history, shopping and an exciting variety of dining experiences. Stroll Main Street, where more than 70% of the homes are on the National Register of Historic Places or visit Fleming Castle Museum, the boroughs oldest building. Flemington is the county seat of Hunterdon and is surrounded by a rich tapestry of rolling hills and picturesque farmland.

Charming shops, flowered streets, seasonal festivals and community events add to the
uniqueness of this walkable town. View or download a Historic Walking Tour Map

Unionville Vineyard SamplingRingoes & The Amwell Valley: (3 miles away) The Village of Ringoes and the Amwell Valley is home to You-Pick farms, an equestrian center, Hunterdon County Fairgrounds & TWO award-winning Wineries, all just one town away. Unionville Vineyards & Winery is open for tours and tastings year round, every day and the seasonal festivals held here offer good food, wine, music and spectacular views. Old York Cellars is open Friday-Sunday and wine tours & tastings along with fun to-do's like 'Wine & Music Under the Stars' and 'Food & Wine' Cooking Events.

Sargeantville Covered BridgeSergeantsville: (5 miles away) Resting in the midst of the most serene farmland is the sleepy village of Sergeantsville. At the town's 'four corners' sits the historic Sergeantsville Inn (a must-do for lunch or dinner or an amazing martini!) the Village's General Store and one of the best Farmers Markets in the County, June through September. A tree-lined drive along winding roads will bring you to the only surviving pre-1900 historic (1866 to be exact) Covered Bridge in New Jersey, Green Sergeants Bridge!

Lambertville: (9 miles away) Tree-lined streets and historic buildings have evolved into a uniquely inviting shopping district. Often called 'The Antique Capital of New Jersey', Lambertville is renowned for its many fine antique shops along with an eclectic mix of specialty stores with everything from French linens, Greek ceramics or Kilim handbags to fine contemporary American crafts.

New Hope: (10 miles away) Cross the free-bridge into Pennsylvania, and nestled along the banks of the Delaware River is the village of New Hope. The town itself and the surrounding area offer visitors scenic countryside which is sophisticated yet the country-casual town provides a much needed break from today's hectic lifestyle. Visit Peddler's Village in nearby Lahaska for a unique shopping and dining experience. The Village has something for everyone including 70 specialty shops and six restaurants.

Clinton: (11 miles away) This tiny historic town is a regional hub for culture, shopping, dining, recreation and more. Its two museums were originally built as mills along the south branch of the Raritan River in the 1800's. The waterfall that runs between the two mills is 200 feet long and a must-see!

Frenchtown: (10 miles away) Natural beauty and small town charm are found in Frenchtown. Shoppers can find early American or French antiques, hand-crafted arts, paintings by local artists, authentic religious art from the 16th century, or gourmet pet treats. The town is a hub for bicyclers, adventurers and those wishing to enjoy the nature of the Delaware River first hand. A biking and walking path extends from Frenchtown along the Delaware and Raritan canal for miles.


Hopewell: (13 miles away) A sleepy town along the road less traveled. Visit quirky antique shops along Broad Street and 'the destination' location for antique lovers, Hopewell's Tomato Factory. Stroll the side streets for a look at some beautiful Victorians and stop by The Brothers Moon or Boro Bean for a quick bite. The Off-Broadstreet Theatre produces the best in off-beat entertainment on weekends and offers sweet treats and coffee before the show begins.

Princeton: (20 miles away) A center for learning throughout its history, Princeton has been home to world-renowned scholars, scientists, writers, and statesman. Visit Princeton University and see the best in this Ivy League town whether your interests run architectural, historic or cultural. Whether on foot or via a bike tour, we find Princeton to be the perfect stop for a day-trip destination.



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Innkeepers Donna & Ken Arold · Innkeeper@MainStreetManor.com · 194 Main Street · Flemington, NJ 08822 · 908-782-4928