Miller-Cory House Museum

Interpreting America’s past 1740-1820


Please Help Support the Miller- Cory House Museum!

If you or your family has visited the Miller-Cory House Museum, you may have .....

    -Learned about the skills necessary for a family to thrive on an 18th century farm

    -Participated in crafts, storytelling, and other activities during special seasonal programs

    -Watched recreations of colonial crafts such as straw hat weaving and tin piercing

    -Sampled baked goods fresh from the authentic open-hearth fireplace

These are just a few of the programs and activities that the dedicated volunteers of the Miller-Cory House Museum present over the course of its season.

Located at 614 Mountain Avenue in Westfield, NJ, the 18th century, fully furnished farmhouse is a nationally recognized living museum, listed on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places and as a site on the New Jersey Women's Heritage Trail.

Without contributions, however, the Miller-Cory House Museum, which receives no state or federal funding, would not be able to continue its services to the community. Won't you consider becoming a Friend of the Miller-Cory Museum by making a donation? All Friends receive:

    - Free admission to the museum

    - A discount of 10% in the museum shop on purchases totaling over $10.00

    - Invitations to special events

    - The Beeline, an educational newsletter devoted to 18th century living

All contributions are tax deductible.

If you would like to help, please complete donation form page and mail it with your check to: The Miller-Cory House Museum, P.O. Box 455, Westfield, NJ 07091-0455.