Visit the village’s interpreted museums and historic landscapes, pick blueberries, take a wagon ride and more at the summertime Living History Event! The Village comes alive with workers and residents from the 1920’s. Join them in their daily activities, walk the trails, explore the houses and the Cranberry & Blueberry Museum. Visit Suningive, the home of the “Blueberry Queen”. Talk with those who helped make the blueberry one of America’s favorite fruits.
$8 ages 12 & up, $5 ages 4-11, children 3 & under are free. Family ticket $25 for two adults and children.
Historic Whitesbog Village is located in Brendan Byrne State Forest. Whitesbog was the largest cranberry farm in New Jersey in the early 1900’s and is also the place where the highbush blueberry was first successfully cultivated.
The Whitesbog Preservation Trust leases Whitesbog Village from the State of New Jersey in an innovative partnership agreement that supports the Trust’s mission to restore, protect and enhance the land, historic sites and buildings and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture and natural environment of Whitesbog.