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About Ringwood Manor
Ringwood Manor is a National Historic Landmark District. The rich magnetite iron deposits in the area made the site a major iron supplier and became the home to a succession of ironmasters for over two hundred years. During the Gilded Age, it became a large summer estate for partners Peter Cooper and Abram S. Hewitt and their families. In 1938, the house, its contents, and the surrounding property were donated by the family to the State of New Jersey as a museum and a state park.
More InformationRingwood Manor is closed on all state designated holidays except for Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day. When a designated holiday falls on a Monday or Tuesday, the site is closed the Wednesday following. Please check our website for non-holiday closures.
Please note Ringwood Manor will be closed on September 14, 15 & 16 for public tours. Will reopen on Saturday, September 17.