The town of Flemington, New Jersey, is located in rural Hunterdon County not far from where the Delaware River forms the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Known internationally as a glass and pottery craft center, Flemington is also home of the famous Flemington Fur Company. History buffs remember Flemington as the location of the 1935 “Trial of the Century”, where Bruno Richard Hauptmann was tried, convicted and sentenced to death for the kidnapping and murder of aviator Charles Lindbergh's infant son.
The arts and theater, farms, county and state parks, wineries, horse raising, fishing and hot air ballooning all abound in Hunterdon County. Nearby are many historical sites dating from the Revolutionary War and before. Visit the picturesque campus of Princeton University. Rutgers University is only 30 minutes away. Visitors can be in New York City in just over an hour or in Philadelphia in about an hour.
The thriving metropolitan areas of New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania are both just one hour away, providing endless opportunities to broaden one's life experiences.