The Clark Historical Society and Dr. Robinson Plantation Museum

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<p>The Clark Historical Society operates and maintains the Dr. William Robinson Plantation House, a registered historic site. Circa 1690, the plantation belonged to Dr. William Robinson, a Scottish physician and surgeon. The restored house is a rare example of 17th-century architecture and hosts regular educational events, reenactments and tours with guides dressed in period clothing. The plantation also features period furniture, medical artifacts, farm tools, a barn and an herb garden of plants the doctor would have likely used to treat patients.</p>
<p>The Clark Historical Society also runs the History Room in the Clark Municipal Building, which contains other documents, maps, artifacts, and hundreds of historic photographs. The 50-member group holds monthly meetings and is always looking for new members. Annual dues are $25. </p>
593 Madison Hill Rd, Clark, NJ 07066
(732) 340-1571
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 7am - 4pm
  • Hours: Sept - Dec, noon - 4pm; Mar - June, every third Sunday; tour available by appointment
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