Host your next event at the Orchard Home

Monmouth County Historical Association's Taylor Butler House also known as the Orchard Home is now available to rent for your special day! The historic house is the perfect venue for your unique event!  Host your next private party, company function, or of course your wedding at the Orchard Home!

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Taylor Butler House

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Welcome to the Orchard Home! 


While four of the five historical houses owned by the Monmouth County Historical Association have ties to the Revolutionary War, this house represents the Civil War era.

Fill out the form above to learn more about how you can rent this house for your special event!

Covenhoven House

Welcome to the Covenhoven House!


This historic Freehold, NJ, house, built in 1752-53, was acquired by the Monmouth County Historical Association in 1966 and restored between 1968 and 1970. It is furnished to reflect a 1790 inventory from William Covenhoven’s estate, and includes many furnishings that a successful Monmouth County farm family might have had at that time. 

Allen House

Welcome to the Allen House!


MCHA has chosen to furnish the building as a tavern to reflect its 18th century reputation as the Blue Ball Tavern when it served as the very popular and “most noted tavern in Shrewsbury.”

Marlpit Hall

Welcome to Marlpit Hall!


While four of the five historical houses owned by Monmouth County Historical Association have ties to Patriots of the American Revolution, this house represents the residence of a Loyalist family. Both the structure and the site are rich in historical significance.

Holmes Hendrickson House

Welcome to the Holmes-Hendrickson House!


This uniquely well-preserved structure with wide flaring eaves is set in the Pleasant Valley section of Holmdel, NJ, abutting Holmdel Park & Longstreet Farm. Built in 1754, it is a combination of Georgian and Dutch vernacular architecture that borrowed elements from both Dutch and English cultures.