County Parks and Historic Sites
The Burlington County Prison Museum is a National Historic Landmark
located in historic Mount Holly. Designed by Robert Mills, one of America 's first
native-born and trained architects, the Burlington County Prison was completed in
1811. One of Robert Mills' first designs as an independent architect, the interior
vaulted ceilings of poured concrete and brick and stone construction made the building
virtually fireproof. In fact, it was so well constructed that it remained in constant
use until 1965
128 High Street
Mount Holly, NJ 08060
609-265-5476 or 609-265-5858
Thursday through Saturday; 10AM to 4PM
Sunday; 12PM to 4PM
Adults $4.00; Children, Students, and Seniors $2.00; Children under 5 are Free.
The Burlington County Prison Museum Courtyard is available
for private use.
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