Settled in 1705, Lambertville is one of the oldest communities in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. This village grew into an industrial center with the development of the Delaware and Raritan Canal.

Some would say that Lambertville has changed little over the past one hundred years. Victorian houses and Federal row homes still grace the streets. The factories of yore have become the artist studios, galleries, shops and restaurants of this charming town.

New Jersey’s longest park, the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park, runs through Lambertville, allowing the banks of the Delaware River to maintain their lush beauty. The people of Lambertville exhibit a great pride about their town, and with good reason.

Learn more about beautiful, historic Lambertville here.

A sampling of images of Lambertville represented in the 2017 Dog Days of Lambertville calendar: