Sayreville Historical Society

425 Main Street, Sayreville, NJ 08872 - United States





Free Everyday

The Sayreville Historical Society Museum building was built in 1884. The building was the first schoolhouse and was originally called Schoolhouse #1.


The majority of the artifacts in the museum highlight and showcase the history of Sayreville, the expansion of industry and life from the colonial period to more current history.

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