Historic Cold Spring Village (HCSV)

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A cannon goes off during a Civil War reenactment at Historic Cold Spring Village.

Experience Hands-On History

Historic Cold Spring Village is a non-profit educational institution established as an Early American open-air living history museum. Its purpose is three-fold: historic preservation, history education and heritage tourism. This is accomplished by promoting New Jersey history through extensive programs utilizing the architecture, lifestyles, arts, history and culture found in a rural South Jersey village during the early to mid-19th century. The Village endeavors to provide visitors from throughout New Jersey and the nation, and around the world with an understanding of their cultural heritage through a personal encounter with the past.

Note:  The above descriptive information came from the museum's HCSV Mission Statement page.