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Map of Hotels Near:
   Asbury Park
   Atlantic City
   Cape May
   Mount Holly
   Morristown
   Newark
   Princeton
   Toms River
   Wildwood

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About Mount Holly

Named after a nearby 183-foot mountain, Mount Holly is a Quaker town dating from 1676. It served as the capital of the state for 2 months in 1779. John Woolman, the Quaker abolitionist known for his 1774 journal, taught at the Old School House. Other historic buildings include the 18th- and 19th-century county buildings on High Street between Garden and Union streets.

Smithville Mansion, 2 miles east in nearby Eastampton, is the Victorian home of Hezekiah B. Smith, former owner of a local foundry. The estate also includes a building devoted to Smith's bicycles and an art gallery. Christmas and candlelight tours are offered in December; phone (609) 265-5068.

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