As the heart and start of Flemington, the mission of
the Friends of Fleming Castle is to maintain and
preserve the structure and content of the
Samuel Fleming House and grounds, a site built by
Samuel Fleming in 1756 and to
provide it as a museum, open to the public. 

 Our goal is to provide an historic interpretation
of life in early Flemington through guided tours,
historically accurate displays, educational
programs, museum events, as well as
participation in community events.

Important Notice:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our normal hours of operation are limited.
Please call or email us with any questions.

Other News:

Our Annual Tricky Tray Fundraiser will be postponed until December 2021 due to the

COVID-19 Pandemic.

Museum  & Gardens

Come visit historic Samuel Fleming House, the first house in Flemington, and enjoy the beauitful gardens.



Famed as the Heart and Start of Flemington, Samuel Fleming House is located on historic Bonnell Street, just off Park Avenue.

Upcoming events


Learn about life in Colonial Fleming's Settlement, the important part taverns played at that time, and stepinto history through the Samuel Fleming House and those who resided there.

Federal Tax ID # 20-3461449

The Friends of Fleming Castle (Samuel Fleming House Museum) is a federally tax-exempt organization under IRS Code, Section 501(c) (3).


Donations to the Museum are fully tax deductible, as allowed by law.