• Paterson Great Falls

    Paterson Great Falls

    National Historical Park New Jersey

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  • Take a guided walking tour or tune in to the free app.

    Join us for a guided tour held daily at 11AM and 3PM. Meet us at the Alexander Hamilton statue at 72 McBride Avenue. Interested in a self-guided opportunity? Download the free app. Learn more about both options and we'll see you soon. More »

  • Only one portion of the park is closed - Mary Ellen Kramer Park

    Due to a landscape improvement project, a section of the park, Mary Ellen Kramer Park, and the pedestrian bridge crossing the chasm is closed. Project may be completed early in 2015. The Great Falls can still be viewed at Overlook Park, 72 McBride Ave.

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Save Hinchliffe Stadium - A Volunteer Community Event and Dedication Ceremony

Be a part of the effort to save history - Register for the "Save Hinchliffe Stadium" Community Event and National Historical Landmark Dedication.
Register here: http://www.preservationnation.org/hope-crew/hinchliffe-volunteer-sign-up.html Organizational Affiliation:  National Park Service

Save Hinchliffe Stadium Steering Committee

Please join us for the following events:

"Save Hinchliffe Stadium" Community Event and National Historical Landmark Dedication - April 16, 2014

Did You Know?

Colonel Samual Colt

Samuel Colt was an early Paterson business owner? From 1836 until 1842, his gun mill produced about 5,000 guns. A lack of government contracts was a major factor in his failure in Paterson. He later achieved success in his hometown of Hartford, Conn., with the outbreak of the Mexican-American War.