Lebanon is a borough in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 1,358, reflecting an increase of 293 (+27.5%) from the 1,065 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn increased by 29 (+2.8%) from the 1,036 counted in the 1990 Census.
Restaurants in Lebanon
4 based on 48 reviews
Easy trails alongside a picturesque reservoir. Remember to use your tick spray since it is heavily wooded. Pretty every season of the year. Great place to walk the dogs, but please, please, please remember that it is carry in/carry out. Bring your doggie bags.
5 based on 45 reviews
It can be hit as heck everywhere else but the trail with overhanging trees and leaves creates a nice cool trail to walk, jog or bike ride along. Added benefit is all the little gnome homes that people have left as well as geocaching. Beautiful area to walk along and a great view and story if you make it to the bridge where the train derailed. There are other plaques along the way that have bits of history.
Parking i use is in high bridge directly across from entrance. It can get crowded as it's a popular place to be
4.5 based on 82 reviews
You've seen this museum before since it is one of the most photographed locations in all of New Jersey. Great museum with a whole historical village behind it. Four stories to explore in the museum itself and then a great WWI exhibit in the administrative building and then some other structures: school house, log cabin, stone sorter, storage barn, quarry office and more. We had a great day! Visited museum for half a day...walked into town for lunch..and came back to explore the rest. Staff friendly. Will be closed for 2 weeks at end of September to ready the site for a Halloween Spooky Event. Great venue for weddings. Just went there for one a week ago, and the setting was just beautiful.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We had a coupon for this place which has mini-golf, driving range, snack bar, and can have kids birthday parties. The mini-golf is outdated but we didn't mind as our son is 4 yrs old and doesn't know the difference. There are paths of concrete blocks and stones instead of grass around the edges. The only issue we had was hitting the ball and it should have gone in but wasn't level and it wouldn't go in as expected on several holes. I did not feel that the course was run down even though it is old style compared to big new courses. Since this place is a good distance from home, we will not be back.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Elegant Day Spa located in a lovingly restored 1850's Victorian Home , specializing in world class Skin Care and Body Treatments ,Massage therapy ,Pedicures and Manicures,Hair removal, Microdermabraision. Wedding and party packages and ladies nights out. Gift Shoppe offering unique modestly priced gifts for the mind , body and soul. Gift Certificates available
Set like a private house & beautifully decorated! Good massage therapist & great facials! Nice products & lovely atmosphere! Try to get there At list 15 minutes in advance! Tea will be offered or fresh water! Just take your time & relax! Enjoy!We really appreciate your patronage ! Thank you for the review
4.5 based on 2 reviews
This woodland State Park offers a variety of hiking trails, picnic areas with grills, reserved campsites, and even has an observatory that was built by the NJ Astronomical Association. There are several entrances to this park from 513. We drove through the park today and made a few stops to walk the trails with the dog.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
My daughter and I attended dinner and a show at 2:30. We both had the prime rib and weren't disappointed,it was tender and cooked to perfection. You receive a generous amount of food and it was all delicious.The dessert buffet was sooooo tasty...yum! There isn't...MoreWe are happy to hear you and your daughter enjoyed your visit to Hunterdon Hills Playhouse! Thank you for this wonderful review, and we hope to see you back for another visit soon.
5 based on 6 reviews
We are thrilled to have found Shannon's and met Jim Holland! We are fly fishing beginners, and Jim was so friendly and extraordinarily helpful - he had great advice, terrific equipment and wonderful recommendations for where and how to fish in the area. Can't wait to go back!
5 based on 4 reviews
The Lamington General Store sells antiques, home décor, furniture, and a variety of quality hand-crafted items, all displayed within a restored 1890s General Store. This charming country shop, located in the picturesque farm lands of Bedminster, is a piece of history and well worth a visit.
3.5 based on 302 reviews
Home of the world's largest model railroad, Northlandz also offers a 94 room dollhouse, art galleries and a massive pipe organ.
My wife and I took our granddaughters (age 10 & 12) to Northlandz. I notice that some of the other reviewers were giving Northlandz low ratings. I disagree with them. If you know anything at all about building model train layouts you will find Northlandz to be outstanding. The train layouts in themselves are amazing for kids. No it is not Minecraft or some other app or video game. So if you expect your kids to be dazzled by modern cell phone phenomena don't bother going. Also it is a little used, the carpets are not brand new, the bathrooms are not new but they certainly are okay (not what some of the other reviewers are saying). Northlandz is well worth the admission. Also, we went on the Sunday a week before Christmas 2017. The parking lot was full. If you like model trains please go.
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