Directions and Parking
The Burlington County Historical Society campus is located in the historic City of Burlington, NJ. The campus spans a city block between High and Lawrence Streets.
The visitor entrance is in the Corson Poley Center, our museum and library building, which has an entrance on two sides, behind 457 High Street and at 454 Lawrence Street.
The campus is comprised of 4 buildings, the Bard How House (home of our interactive children’s exhibit) the James Fenimore Cooper House, the Captain James Lawrence House and the Corson Poley Center (museum and library).
The Burlington County Historical Society’s parking lot is located at 454 Lawrence Street. There is also ample parking on High Street. Parking is free!
The Burlington County Historical Society is conveniently located 2 blocks from NJ Transit’s Riverline, Burlington Towne Center station.