Lambertville House in New Jersey – Pre-Covid

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This week’s special additional episode of Eye on Travel broadcasts from The Lambertville House Hotel in Lambertville, New Jersey. (The show was recorded right at the beginning of the pandemic). The Lambertville House was built in 1812 and is part of the National Register of Historic Places -- like many other buildings in the town. Joining us is the official city of Lambertville historian, Lou Toboz, who discusses the industrialized pre-20th century town’s transition into a preserved, artistic area. Then, Peter is joined by the co-host of the PBS series Market Warriors and interior designer, Bob Richter, who talks about the real antiquing history of the town, and the reality of George Washington in Lambertville. And we'll learn about the generations of families that keep the smallest town in New Jersey, historic. There’s all this and more when Eye on Travel broadcasts from Lambertville House in Lambertville, New Jersey.

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