Miller-Cory House Museum
Built in 17 40 and owned for generations privately by the Miller and Cory families, the Miller-Cory House is maintained in its colonial condition. Programs are conducted weekly during the spring and summer, drawing school groups from across northern New Jersey. Acquiring this house and property when it came up for sale in 1969 was the impetus for founding of the Westfield Historical Society, which has owned it since. It is maintained and operated by the Miller-Cory House volunteers.