The Ewing Township Historic Preservation Society

Larry Kidder signs his new book, "Crossroads of the Revolution: Trenton 1774-1783" during his presentation, February 2019.
Customers look for bargains at one of our yearly September flea markets.
John Burkholter performs the music of Francis Hopkinson (a signer of the Declaration of Independence) on June 12, 2016.
A lovely Ewing home circa 1837 called "The Summer House on the Farm", was the setting for our fundraiser on June 7, 2019.
Jim Peoples and Elizabeth Czelusniak greet visitors to our showing of "Portrait of a Patriot: John Hart" on July 8, 2018.
The Temple Parlor prepared for our annual Sarah Temple Tea held in May.
Board Trustees Jane Bellisfield and Elizabeth Czelusniak at our Annual Christmas Party held December, 2019.
Ellie Calcagno, Donald Cox, and Mary Anne Midura enjoy our "Members Picnic" in August, 2018.
Our two TCNJ interns, Olivia and Michelle, share "Washington in Ewing", a program that they presented to 4th graders in Ewing schools.
Members of the Ewing Green Team enjoy refreshments after the planting of a Princeton Elm on April 27, 2018.
Local historian, Clifford Zink, presents "Mercer MAGIC", highlighting the Roebling Legacy on April 8, 2018.
Patrick Ryan, a member of the Ryan clan that lived in the house during the 1900s, is treated to a going away luncheon.
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      Located at the Benjamin Temple House, Drake Farm Park

                           Future Home of the Ewing Museum

    27 Federal City Road, Ewing NJ 08638  ~ 609-883-2455

                   Hours of the Benjamin Temple House Museum and Library 

                                             are Wednesday, 10 am - 2 pm.

                  Other times by appointment with the Site Manager, Ellie Calcagno.

                      Free House Tours the first Sunday of Every Month,  2-4 pm.

Local historian, Clifford Zink, presents "Mercer MAGIC", highlighting the Roebling Legacy on April 8, 2018.