Ringwood Manor was first constructed in 1810 by Martin Ryerson.
The 10 room home eventually became the 51-room estate that was occupied by the Hewitt family from the middle of the 19th century through the early part of the 20th century.
The completed estate as it stands today boasts four distinct architectural styles that are indicative of the time periods that the additions were made.
These include Federal, Italianate, Gothic Revival and Neo-Classical. In 1938, the Hewitt family donated Ringwood Manor and its contents to the State of New Jersey and today it is preserved as a historic house museum and State Park.
House Museum, Carriage Barn, Cemetery
Guided tours are offered of Ringwood Manor as well as grounds tours and specialty tours throughout the year.
Guided tours of Ringwood Manor:
- $10 Adults
- $8 Seniors (ages 62 and up)
- $5 Children ages 6-12
- Children five years of age, and under, are free.
Please note that parking fees for the State Park are in effect from Memorial Day – Labor Day
1304 Sloatsburg Road
Ringwood, NJ 07456