Samuel Fleming House
The Samuel Fleming House (also known as Fleming Castle), built in 1756, is the oldest surviving home in Flemington. Its namesake, Samuel Fleming, was born in Ireland in 1707 and was a tavernmaster by trade. The museum is operated by the Friends of Fleming Castle whose mission is the preserve the house and its contents. It also aims to educate visitors about life in Flemington in the 18th century. As such, it features a colonial kitchen, ladies parlor and a tavern room.
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