Welcome Asbury Park is a city in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States, on the Jersey Shore and part of the New York City Area. Asbury Park was incorporated as a city, as of March 25, 1897.

The mission of the Asbury Park Historical Society is to advance the understanding, appreciation, preservation and restoration of anything of historical value to the City of Asbury Park, New Jersey. Read More.
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A Piece of Asbury Park History Returning to the City

It's been more than 100 yeas since a horse-drawn carriage made its way through the streets of Asbury Park delivering the local newspaper. But thanks to the generosity of the Gannett Corporation, publishers of The Asbury Park Press, the carriage may soon return to Asbury Park.

The carriage, which dates to 1879 and was used to deliver the Shore Press, the forerunner of the Asbury Park Press, has been on display in the lobby of the Press building on Route 66 in Neptune, but the Press is moving to a new building and needs to find a new home for the carriage and some other memorabilia. Read More.

Historical Society to Acquire Stephen Crane House
STEPHEN CRANE HOUSE FUND-RAISING BEGINS

The Asbury Park Historical Society has launched its first-ever Internet fundraising campaign to help offset costs associated with its proposed acquisition of the historic Stephen Crane House on Fourth Avenue.
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Upcoming Events
Every 3rd Thursday Monthly Meeting | Stephen Crane House @ 7:30pm
Come Join Us at our Monthly Meeting Every 3rd Thursday at the Stephen Crane House , 508 Fourth Avenue @ 7:30pm. There are always a number of exciting things going on, make sure not to miss it! Guests are always invited. Read More.
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Learn about our Preservation Committee
Our preservation committee works to maintain our City's historic landmarks. To know more about their mission and how you can help, read more.