Built in 1910, the William J. Brennan Courthouse is the seat of Hudson County government. After a storied history of grandeur, being abandoned, then being saved from destruction and painstakingly restored, this architectural wonder is open to the public. Museum quality murals by turn of the 20th century artists, such as Howard Pyle and Charles Yardley Turner, and stunning marble workmanship, make this building a special place to visit. Arrange a FREE tour of the building and stop in to witness an active court room.
The building is open to the public Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
William J. Brennan Court House
583 Newark Ave
Jersey City, NJ 07306
To schedule a tour and more information please contact:
201-459-2070 xt. 6419