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Passaic County Historical Society [NJ]

The Passaic County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the unique historical heritage of Passaic County, New Jersey, and is focused on the preservation of the fabulous Lambert Castle, built by Catholina Lambert in 1892. Today, the castle serves as a historic house museum and as a museum of local history.

The society offers exhibits, field trip programs, and guided tours of the castle. The website offers visitor information, historical information regarding the castle and Catholina Lambert, and an events calendar.