The Samuel Fleming House, also known as Flemington Castle, is a historic home located in Flemington, in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, the United States, built-in 1756. The building is now operated as a museum. It is the oldest surviving house in the borough. It is part of the Flemington Historic District.

Visit historic Samuel Fleming House, the first house in Flemington, and enjoy the beautiful gardens. Famed as the Heart and Start of Flemington, Samuel Fleming House is located on historic Bonnell Street, just off Park Avenue. Learn about life in Colonial Fleming’s Settlement, the important part taverns played at that time, and step into history through the Samuel Fleming House furnished rooms.

Tours of the Museum

Open House is held the second Saturday of each month from 1:00 – 4:00 pm for tours and programs except for December & January. Group and private tours are available upon request.

Volunteers and Community Service

Students and Scouts

In need of public service hours? The Samuel Fleming House has serice and projects for you. The Samuel Fleming House is always looking for volunteers to help with various projects and events. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn and share your time. Training will be provided in all areas.

Rent the Museum Gardens to Host Your Next Event

The Samuel Fleming House and Gardens are available for rental to host your next event. The picturesque gardens can accommodate 50 people for a sit-down dinner or 100 people for a cocktail party. The grounds include a large lawn area perfect for outdoor activities such as wedding receptions, birthday parties, family reunions, corporate meetings, and more! A variety of indoor spaces, including the Great Room, Library, Dining Hall, and the Garden Room, are also available for your event.

Artifact Collections

Come and discover what a tavern could have looked like. Take a peek at the premises, including our kitchen and parlor for ladies. Also, don’t forget to check out the 1890’s room before you leave.

Members of the DAR offered furnishings, decorations, and other useful items. Highlights include Windsor chairs, quilts, historical maps, and paintings, as well as Charles Fleming memorabilia such as his portrait, sword, bicorn hat, and epaulets.

Educational Programs

The Samuel Fleming House Museum is a perfect place to learn about colonial life and taverns’ role. We offer programs and workshops for all ages that can be customized to fit your needs. Programs are offered throughout the year for school groups, scouts, home-school groups, and general interest groups.

Visit Fleming Castle Museum today!

The Samuel Fleming House, also known as Flemington Castle, is a historic home located in Flemington, in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, the United States. It is the oldest surviving house in the borough and part of the Flemington Historic District. The building is now operated as a museum and is open for tours on select days. The museum offers educational programs for all ages about colonial life and taverns’ role. The house and grounds are also available for rental events such as weddings, parties, and corporate meetings.