Enjoy a Winter Weekend Getaway  in Lambertville

Home to an impressive roster of antique shops (it is the “Antiques Capital of New Jersey” after all!), art galleries and hip local eateries, Lambertville was also named one of HGTV’s 50 Most Charming Small Towns in America. Go visit Lambertville, New Jersey this winter!


The Inn at Lambertville Station and its popular restaurant welcome overnight guests and diners to “Eat, Sleep, Party, Unwind.” Reserve one of their 46 contemporary rooms or suites for your weekend escape.

Where to Stay

If you prefer a countryside setting, you have two equally enchanting options. Chimney Hill Estate Inn sits atop a rise offering beautiful river valley views and luxurious amenities, including fireplaces and jetted tubs. In neighboring Stockton, you’ll find the stately Woolverton Inn, which offers 14 cottages and guest rooms.

More Places to Stay

Creative takes on comfort food and a welcoming ambiance reign supreme at a trio of tempting taverns — Anton’s at The Swan, The Hawke and Bells Tavern. Or embark on a world tour without a passport at El Tule Mexican & Peruvian Restaurant, Local Greek Lambertville, Broadmoor or Tacos Cancun.

Where to Eat

We recommend plotting your treasure hunt at Antiques Center at the People’s Store, Golden Nugget Antique Flea Market, A Touch of the Past Antiques, A Mano Galleries at the 5 & 10, Artists’ Gallery, Haas Gallery, Michael Fratrich’s Ten One Gallery, Robin’s Egg Gallery, Jim’s of Lambertville, Highlands Art Gallery and Gallery Piquel.

What to Do

You can get your cardio (and sightseeing!) on when you rent bikes from Big Bear Gear to ride along the historic towpath that hugs the Delaware River. If there’s snow on the ground, you can opt for cross-country ski or snowshoe rentals instead!

More to Do

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