The Hill-Hold Museum is housed in the Bull-Jackson House, that belonged to Thomas Bull, after whom Orange County's largest park is named. The house, made of stone and wooden flooring, was established in 1769. Thomas Bull was a successful farmer in the 1800s, and a tour of his home and farm will reflect his opulent lifestyle. The house still retains the original decor, with a warm fireplace, a magnificent chandelier and candle-lit ambiance. Various events conducted at the Hill-Hold Museum, makes the visit an entertaining one.
- Open Hours: May to Oct - Wednesday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 04:30 PM
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