Hancock House [NJ]
Built in 1734, the Hancock House is an important tangible link to understanding the history of Salem County and the nation’s struggle for independence. It was the home of a prominent Salem County family and is an excellent example of English Quaker patterned end wall brick houses associated with the lower Delaware Valley and southwestern New Jersey. It was also the scene of a British-led massacre during the Revolutionary War.
The house offers tours, workshops, and occasional recreational and educational events.