Historic Mullica Hill

Mullica Hill

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Mullica Hill, NJ.
Author: Smallbones

Set deep in South Jersey’s scenic southern farmlands of Gloucester County, Mullica Hill, settled in the late 17th century and built mostly during the Civil War era, has the best of the past and present.

Mullica Hill’s authentic historical background makes it an especially interesting spot for antiquing. There are nearly three dozen antiques shops here, most of which are located near or on Main Street, many occupying buildings as old as their wares.

In 1991, the entire village was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Mullica Hill Historic District.

If this sounds like something that will make for a fun fall day, then you should check out the 45th Annual Fall Festival. Step back in time to a Civil War Living History Program.  Experience a Civil War Camp life, a weapons display, baking on an open fire, candle dipping as well as medical display & civil war re-enactment.

This is the perfect way to spend a lovely fall afternoon in where else, but New Jersey!

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