A gathering of antiques shops, eclectic galleries and comfortable coffee shops clustered on the banks of the scenic Delaware River makes Lambertville a haven for artists and craftsmen. And the town's architecture is as interesting as its residents.
Lambertville was founded in 1705, and its charming streets are lined with well-preserved federal townhouses and Victorian homes. A restored 19th-century train depot houses Lambertville Station, a popular waterside restaurant and a cozy inn. Open to visitors, the 1816 James Wilson Marshall House Museum is also the headquarters of the Historical Society of Lambertville.
Hidden treasures are everywhere in “The Antiques Capital of New Jersey.” Three days a week, the Golden Nugget Antiques Market offers a large outdoor and indoor market of rare finds. The People’s Store has more than 40 dealers on three floors.
Vintage wares – and more shops – are centered on Bridge, Main and Union streets.
A small town with lots of history. This riverside town offers the visitor to many eclectic shops along Main, Bridge and Mechanics Street. There are bakeries, a children's museum, dress shops, galleries, ghost tours, a toy store, vintage shops and of course a coffee shop. Don't miss our New Hope & Ivyland Railroad. The Railroad's 1925 steam locomotive pulls passengers from New Hope to Lahaska on a nine-mile, 45-minute narrated ride through the Bucks County countryside. In Lahaska, there are The Shops at Peddler's Village as well as the Lahaska Antique Court.
There is a lot of history in New Hope. Come walk our scenic Delaware Canal spanning 60 miles from Bristol to Easton.
In August we have our annual Auto Show on the grounds of the New Hope-Solebury High School.
There is always something happening in our sister towns along the scenic Delaware River.
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1483 Route 179
Lambertville, NJ 08530
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