Bring a Love of Colonial Architecture to the Historic Hale-Byrnes House

Have a love of colonial architecture? Be sure to pencil in a visit to the Hale-Byrnes House. Dating all the way back to the mid 19th century, this Newark landmark is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. What's more, it was the site of a Council of War on September 6, 1777, in the days leading up to the Battle of the Brandywine.

You can learn more about the building and its part in American history by partaking in guided tour. Open to the public from noon to 3 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month, the Hale-Byrnes House also offers public programming during other times, from round-table discussions to holiday open houses. The Hale-Byrnes House will remain open through December; it closes for the season from January through March.

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