Founded in 1848, the sanctuary annex was added in 1902. Another Methodist Church was located in the Vailsburg section of Newark and merged with the South Orange congregation in 1973.

This mast is located on the intersection of South Orange and Irvington Avenues. It is dedicated to those lost during World War I of which six were from the Village. Cast in bronze and mounted in granite this site was dedicated in 1924.

Brookside Drive runs through South Mountain Reservation's protected deciduous forests and alongside Campbells Pond. Multiple trailheads can be accessed via small parking lots along the Drive, including a trailhead for the Hemlock Falls…

This wooded area is named after a former resident of Maplewood named Philander Ball. In 1896 he sold 3.5 acres of his land to the South Mountain Reservation Commission. This sale was integral to the Reservation's founding as it was the first…

Located within the Eagle Rock Park section of West Orange. This was often visited as a resort areas for wealthy visitors during the 19th century in particular.

Planned and constructed between 1933-37. This site served as home to the South Orange branch of the United States Postal Service. This site is located on Vose Avenue and is still in operation to this day.

This is a forested reserve and recreational park developed during the 19th century that is currently administered by the Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs.

A colonial style domicile built on North Ridgewood Road by Henry Squier and acquired in 1850 by local resident William Redmond. Later became a farmstead in what is known as Meadowland Park and connected to the Orange Lawn Tennis Club.

A focal point of the South Mountain Reservation, Washington Rock is located at the end of Crest Drive, which is closed to vehicular traffic. It is also a short hike from the Locust Grove Parking Lot. Washington Rock is a Revolutionary War…

Constructed in 1857 and presently located on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Newark. Originally constructed to administer to the German-speaking immigrant Catholic population of Essex County. Included on the National Register of Historic…