Marlpit Hall

Interactive Experience

Take the full audio tour, or focus on your areas of interest! Explore our digital gallery for more insight into what life was like at Marlpit Hall.

Enjoy your visit!

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FULL TOUR

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Station One

Revolutionary Past

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Station Two

History of the Structure

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Station Three

Lives of the Enslaved

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Station Four

The Last Descendant

Saves Marlpit

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Digital Gallery

Explore Our Collections

Continue your tour with nearby historic sites 

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The Taylor-Butler House

 Joseph Dorset Taylor and Mary Holmes Taylor, first cousins and proud descendants of the Taylors of Middletown, built this restrained Italianate residence in 1853. Originally called the Orchard Home, the Taylor-Butler House stands as a historical record of one of the earliest families in Monmouth County.

Old First Church 

The congregation began in 1688 as the Middletown Baptist Church. This structure was built in 1832, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.