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221 Edgewater Avenue Edgewater Park, NJ 08010 Phone: 609-387-9847

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The Shipman Mansion is open for tours on the first weekend of the month during April - November from 11-3 on Saturday and Sundays.  For appointments at other times, please call 856-986-7969. 

The Shipman Mansion is located at 221 Edgewater Avenue in Edgewater Park, NJ.  

Upcoming Program Events

2018 Open House Dates:

 April 7 and 8; 11 am - 3 pm

 May 5 and 6;  11 am - 3 pm

 June 2 and 3; 11 am - 3 pm

 July  7 and 8; 11 am - 3 pm

 August 4 and 5; 11 am - 3 pm

 September 1 and 2; 11 am - 3 pm

 October 6 and 7; 11 am - 3 pm

 November 3 and 4; 11 am - 3 pm

 

March 28 Lecture at 7 pm - House Tour at 6 pm

Lecture by Richard Barrios - Author of Must See Musicals -From "The Jazz Singer" in 1927 all the way to "La La Land" in modern times, Richard knows them all and will highlight his talk with film clips.  A Must See Presentation! 

April 25 Lecture at 7 pm - House Tour at 6 pm

Lecture by David Giannetto - David will focus on the factors that led to the disappearance of the almost mythical group of Delaware River watermen and the one artifact that survives them, the Delaware River hunting decoy.

May 30 Lecture at 7 pm - House Tour at 6 pm

Lecture by Marisa Bozarth - Myth, mysteries and lore – from the well known “Jersey Devil” to less familiar tales – are tucked under the deep cover of the county’s 40 municipalities. Spooky stuff, like witches and a portal to another dimension will be revealed by Marisa Bozarth, the county’s Museum Curator, History, who has collected her trove on the job over the past 15 years.

 

 

 

 

 

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Photo Gallery > What Really Happened to Amelia Earhart?

What really happened to Amelia Earhart? Mark Allen, retired Marine Corps Lt. Colonel who flew jet fighters for more than 27 years, will present his answer at 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 25 at the Shipman Mansion in Edgewater Park. Allen’s fascination with Amelia Earhart’s story began when he was a child, well before he began flying F-4 Phantoms, in which he was a command navigator. He concluded his military career as Commanding Officer of the 150th Air Refueling Squadron at McGuire Air Force Base. “There are countless theories, books and movies on the subject” of the loss of Amelia Earhart, Allen says. “Was she really captured by the Japanese and spent the war broadcasting as Tokyo Rose? How about the claim that she survived and ended up living in New Jersey? Who was Fred Noonan and what role did he play? Was she really in radio contact for hours before she was lost? Did Amelia simply get lost and disappear into the vast Pacific without a trace?” Allen’s presentation, which includes a discussion of the role of celestial navigation in Earhart’s loss, will use a well researched theory, supported by circumstantial evidence, to answer these questions. The Shipman Mansion, home to the Red Dragon Canoe Club, is at 221 Edgewater Avenue, Edgewater Park. Admission to Allen’s talk is free and is part of an on-going series of monthly educational events at the Mansion. As always, desert will be served.