Photo Credit: Red Mill Village Museum

The weather is so flipping refreshing, I just want to go on New Jersey adventures!  I've been researching some cool places to go on the weekends now that we're all able to get out more and I stumbled upon this spooky and historical find! Have you heard of the Red Mill Village Museum in Clinton, New Jersey? Parts of it were built as early as 1810...I can't wait to go with my husband, Tony, who LOVES history.  My girls and I are always intrigued by ghost stories and this place is world renowned for both! There are tours of this museum village that tell you all about what went on here. Check out this video and tell me you don't want to come with us!

Are you TOTALLY creeped out in the best possible way? The Red Mill is getting lots of buzz.  They do really cool non-paranormal events too, as a matter of fact there is one going today!  If you are a vintage car fan you'll love this!

Fundraiser Car Show for all vehicles – All Makes and Models and Years.

From Model T’s to Model 3’s!

Entrant fee will be $25 day of the event.

100% of the proceeds are for charity and go toward the funding of The Red Mill upkeep and maintenance of the new waterwheel.

After seeing this video and reading about it online I'm convinced this a super cool day trip that you and your family will love.

It's always fun to learn while you scare the pants off the ones you love. LOL!

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