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Stockton, New Jersey is home to the rural farmlands, rolling hills, and deep green forests that make the area both charming and romantic. Woolverton Inn is the local cozy inn which is historic to the city and beloved by the locals and visitors alike. Woolverton Inn is located near many excursions and landmarks that will make any visit memorable and allow for a deeper insight into the history of Stockton. There are many museums in the area such as Fonthill Castle which showcases the work of Henry Mercer’s tiles and prints. Outdoor excursions are also available. Take a hot air balloon ride over the Western New Jersey River and Delaware River to take in the views of the city and area from a different angle. For guests who wish to enjoy the simpler things in life, the Woolverton Inn is home to 300 acres of pastures. Sheep are seen grazing through the grass and offer a meditative view out the guestroom windows. Stockton is a charming, historic, and romantic getaway that will leave its guests nostalgic of a bygone era.

Nearest Airport

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) 55.8mi/65minutes

Hotel Address

6 Woolverton Road, Stockton

New Jersey, United States 08559

Historic Hotels of America Recommended Points of Interest

  • A-Lot-A Hot Air Balloon Rides

    A-Lot-A Hot Air Balloon Rides

    Experience a hot air balloon ride over the western New Jersey River and Delaware River. 

  • D&R Canal State Park

    D&R Canal State Park

    The D&R consist of 25 miles of well-maintained trails that run along the New Jersey and Pennsylvania sides of the river. 

  • Fronthill Castle

    Fronthill Castle

    The castle was built between 1908-1912 and belonged to Henry Mercer (1856-1930) an archaeologist, anthropologist, ceramicist, scholar and antiquarian. 

  • Kierson Farms

    Kierson Farms

    The rural part of New Jersey is home to many equestrian sports and Kierson Farms is a friendly equine group that offers riding lessons.

  • New Hope Railroad

    New Hope Railroad

    The operation of the railroad dates to 1891 and since then, it has become a landmark of the region. 

  • Northlandz


    A tiny world on display features a huge variety of detailed miniature art, including replicas of real-world landmarks.