Join us for this two-day event, commemorating the American Revolution “Battle of Bound Brook” of 1777.  We are returning to a full weekend this  year, to offer a family-friendly, exciting, and historic program, under New Jersey and local COVID guidelines.

The annual Battle of Bound Brook event, launched in 2001, is focused on the American Revolution during the timeframe of the Battle of Bound Brook and the American army’s activity in the area of Middlebrook in the years 1777-79.

The weekend activities at the Abraham Staats house will include free outside activities on the grounds, as well as a lecture and limited tours of the historic, c. 1740, Abraham Staats House, General Baron von Steuben’s headquarters during the American Revolution – for $5 a person; children under 12 are free.

On Saturday morning, the reenactment of the battle will take place in Bound Brook at the site of the original battle. In the afternoon, line Main Street in South Bound Brook as the British and Colonials battle back to the Abraham Staats House.

On Sunday, all activities will take place at the Abraham Staats House, 17 von Steuben Lane, South Bound Brook, NJ.

For more information about the event and the schedule, please go to our Battle of  Bound Brook page: