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Schuyler-Hamilton House

5 Olyphant Pl, Morristown, NJ 07960-4231
+1 201-267-4039
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Eliza became "Helpless" here!

Very wonderful women (of the D.A.R.) have preserved this must stop location of any serious Hamilton... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2017
Kent M
Toledo, Ohio
Part of Historic Morristown Tour

Located just off of Morris Street and only one half mile from Ford Mansion, the Schulyer-Hamilton... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
Montville, New Jersey
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Alexander Hamilton met and proposed to his future wife, Betsy Schuyler, in this house.
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5 Olyphant Pl, Morristown, NJ 07960-4231
+1 201-267-4039
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Reviewed 11 August 2017

Very wonderful women (of the D.A.R.) have preserved this must stop location of any serious Hamilton tour. Alexander Hamilton courted his wife Elizabeth ("Betsy") Schuyler here where her Uncle, Surgeon was quartered during the Revolutionary War. Everything that leads to the phenomenal ending of Hamilton...More

Thank Kent M
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Located just off of Morris Street and only one half mile from Ford Mansion, the Schulyer-Hamilton house should be part of your historic Morristown tour. Built in 1760 by Dr. Jabez Campfield, it was moved to it's present location in the 1980's having been originally...More

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Reviewed 6 March 2017

Not the best place to visit in morristown....but Hamilton followers should take a look. It was 20 minutes and I found it somewhat I formative when there. It's a difficult find, I accidentally drove past the block....but found it coming back. I would not do...More

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 31 December 2016

This place is worth a visit. Wonderful history, gracious atmosphere and delicious food. Went with our neighbors and our children (after seeing Hamilton) and they want to go back!

Thank debbiecal1985
Reviewed 2 November 2016

I was there this past Sunday. It is an old house that Betsy Schuyler only stayed in for a time when her Uncle Tom Cochran owned. It is an older house with uneven floors the upstairs shows the bedroom Betsy slept in. The Daughters of...More

Thank Dakim
Reviewed 17 October 2016

The Schuyler-Hamilton House in Morristown is where Eliza/Betsy Schuyler was staying when she met Alexander Hamilton during the Revolutionary War. The property is maintained by the local chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution. The DAR has meetings in this house, and they give tours...More

Thank detailedplanner
Reviewed 25 July 2016

Perfect bijou of an 18th Century home, lovingly maintained by devoted DAR chapter. Original furnishings and informed docents.

Thank Adrienne B
Reviewed 13 November 2015

This modest home was built by the Schyler's just off the Green in Morristown. Washinton and his aids stayed in the Ford mansion nearby in the winters of 177 and 1779, Alexander Hamilton, aide to the general, courted Betsy when lodged here. They married and...More

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Jacqueline B J
8 July 2016|
Response from duck8to | Reviewed this property |
There is street parking and a strip mall down the street. Tours are on Sunday, 2-4 pm. At any other time, you will not be able to get inside.