• Overview

    The Foster Armstrong House of Montague, circa 1790's, is maintained and furnished by MARCH to reflect the area's heritage. MARCH, a nonprofit volunteer historical society, opens both the Foster Armstrong House and the Nelden-Roberts Stonehouse to visitors seasonally year round. Both sites are on the Historic Register and are part of the NPS Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area.

    New displays and presentations are offered each season. Some feature included: Native American exhibits, lost arts demonstrations (spinning, weaving, lace making), quilt collections, hand-made covered bridge models displays, military room, exhibits about the Armstrong & Cole families, lime kilns, and farm tools.

    The Stonehouse on Rt. 206 features as a one-room school in the 1820's. Group tours can be arranged and gift shop is available at FAH. Special programs, tours and events schedules info available on Facebook Family friendly - no admission fee, but donations are welcome.

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    • Free Admission
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