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Got Any Hamilton Fans at Home? This Liberty Hall Museum Teen Event is A Can’t Miss

Sign them up for a celebration of all things Alexander Hamilton on February 3


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Photo courtesy of Liberty Hall Museum

The Liberty Hall Museum in Union is hosting its first ever teen night, Friday Night with Hamilton. This historical hotspot is celebrating Alexander Hamilton’s life, work and era with colonial crafts, tavern games and songs. Broadway fans will be thrilled to know that Hamilton music will serve as the evening’s soundtrack.

The event runs from 6:30-8:30 pm, and is drop-off only (enjoy your two hours of peace, Mom and Dad!). Admission is $25 per teen, and reservations are required by January 27. Tickets are available on the Liberty Hall Museum website or over the phone at (908) 527-0400.

The Liberty Hall Museum is part of Kean University, which happens to be the old home of NJ’s first elected governor and signer of the US Constitution. Liberty Hall has seen over two centuries of history since its construction in 1772. The 14-room Victorian mansion houses collections of antiques, old ceramics, toys and possessions from generations past. Taking your teen here is a great way to give him a history lesson without him even realizing how much he’s learning.

 

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