Wall is a beautiful township located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States of America. In present, Wall has an area of 31.7 square miles, of which 30.67 miles are land, the rest being water. The population of Wall has not exceeded yet the number of 27,000 residents. Wall Township was named in honor of Garret D. Wall, a lawyer that had a major role in the War of 1812. The locality was officially incorporated on March 7, 1851. Notable past or present residents of Wall include Allaire Works founder James Peter Allaire, actress Dara Brown, Kiss member Peter Criss, radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi and author F. Paul Wilson. Visiting Wall is a real pleasure thanks to its beautiful points of interest.
Top Attractions within Wall
Old Wall Historical Society is the official history museum of the city of Wall. The museum has wonderful and large galleries and collections gathering artifacts of the early settlers, costumes, memorabilia and photography. You can take guided tours that are great and at the end of your visit you can buy meaningful souvenirs for those you love.
Allaire Village is a beautiful attraction of Wall. It is the former home of James Petter Allaire and it was established on a beautiful domain that was perfectly kept after his death and turned into a living museum. The tourists are welcomed by costumed guests. You can take interesting tours or attend cooking classes to learn how 19th century food was prepared.
Geneva's Soul Food is a great Wall restaurant. It is located downtown and has a casual atmosphere. It is ran by Ms. Geneva, who makes delicious food and attends all the clients in a friendly manner. The best dish to order: Oxtail Soup, wonderfully prepared.
Sudsy Mug Saloon is a fast-food joint from Wall. The burgers are incredible tasty and the fries come rapidly and hot, accompanied by great sauces. The bar has a large array of drinks and the staff is helpful and friendly.