10 Things to Do in Lambertville, NJ This Fall

Named one of HGTV’s 50 Most Charming Small Towns in America and Jersey’s Best 2023 Destination of the Year, this inclusive riverside community wows year-round. In fall, there are so many things to do in Lambertville it’s hard to top a visit to this friendly little town.

  1. Seek Fall Antiques As the "Antiques Capital of New Jersey," Lambertville is truly gifted. Dash over for early holiday shopping or rake in some new treasures for your abode at Antiques Center at the People’s Store, Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market and A Touch of the Past Antiques.
  1. Give Standing Ohs Take in thrilling local theatrical productions at Lambertville’s Music Mountain Theatre. View the wide range of live shows in the 2023 mainstage lineup here.
  1. Raise a Glass – Enjoy divine local wines at the award-winning Tomasello Winery tasting rooms featuring a portfolio of over 50 homegrown varieties. Or stop in The Lambertville Station Wine Cellar for a bottle or glass and admire the original 1800s stone walls and beam work.
  1. Be Eventful – You know that when the air is crisp and the leaves are falling, it’s time to rake in fall fun. Add these exciting events taking place in and around Lambertville – from fall festivals to craft shows - to your calendar.
  1. Dine Along the Delaware – This riverside town dishes out bite after bite of culinary wonders. Enjoy diverse locally-sourced palate pleasers in a restored 19th-century train station at Lambertville Station Restaurant, Mexican and Peruvian favorites at El Tule, innovative American dishes at Anton’s at the Swan and fine French cuisine at d’floret.
  1. Go Leaf Peeping – View the vibrant hues of fall foliage as you stroll, bike or hike the serene historic towpath that hugs the Delaware Canal and stretches from Trenton to New Brunswick. It’s an excellent place to go horseback riding too. Cross the bridge and voila! You’re in New Hope, PA.
  1. Try These Pies – Pies are a hallmark of fall, but Peace Pie offers a frosty version to add to the after-feast dessert roster this year. Their decadent ice cream sandwiches feature a layer of pie filling that has guests coming back for more. Not close by? No worries – they can be shipped frozen to your door.
  1. Get Artsy – Looking for culture and art? These galleries are a great place to start: A Mano Galleries at the 5 & 10, Haas Gallery, Michael Fratrich’s Ten One Gallery, Robin’s Egg Gallery, Jim’s of Lambertville, Highlands Art Gallery and Gallery Piquel.
  1. Step Back in Time – Hunterdon County’s agricultural heritage keeps on growing with monthly special events at Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead Museum. Explore this restored farming village dating back to 1711 and enjoy the 2nd Annual Fall Craft Fair on September 10th and Then & Now Day on October 29th.
  1. Stay Historic – Guests, including President Andrew Johnson and Ulysses S. Grant, enjoyed their stay here, and we think you will too. Established in 1812, the Lambertville House Hotel offers elegant accommodations amid 19th-century splendor for a relaxing fall getaway.

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