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Do visit the Conference House while at Staten Island, which happens to be one of the oldest buildings in the vicinity and also holds significant value in American History. Built in the 17th Century, it was here where a conference was held in order to discuss ending American Revolutionary War. The house was left to ruin till The Conference House Association acquired the property in 1925 to restore the house and finally open it as a museum. The interiors of the house include vintage furniture and will surely transport you back in time.
The Metuchen Borough Hall located across Main Street is the town hall. It has featured in both, the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and National Register of Historic Places.
Ward's Point Conservation Area is an archaeological site where the American Indians settled in the pre-historic era. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, the Ward's Point Conservation Area provides an insight in to the Indian settlement on Staten Island.