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The construction of the site that stands distinguished as the Perth Amboy City Hall was commenced in 1714 and went on till 1717. The esteemed city hall is located in the Perth Amboy city in Middlesex County in the U.S. State of New Jersey. It stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The hall occupies immense monumental significance and stands as the only oldest city hall that still functions in the United States.
The Union County Arts Center is a remnant of the history of Rahway. Part of its charm is the Vaudeville & Silent Movie Palace, which has a seating arrangement of just over 1300. The center also devotes its time and attention to art development initiatives. With its emphasis on both entertainment and the educational benefits of art, this center is a true embodiment of the cultural heritage of this city.
The Sandy Ground Historical Museum was established in honor of the community to have a free black status which means the area the blacks are freed of slavery. The museum aims to educate the adults and children about the history of the town. There are various exhibits showcasing the life of the town in its early years like photographs, art, and other articles. The museum is functioned by the Sandy Ground Historical Society where they host events celebrating the culture of black history.