Historic Brennan Courthouse in Jersey City
Built in 1910, the William J. Brennan Courthouse is the seat of Hudson County’s government. This courthouse went from grandiose to abandoned, before ultimately being saved from destruction and restored into the architectural wonder we know and love today. Stop by to see museum-quality murals by artists like Howard Pyle and Charles Yardley Turner, and enjoy the stunning marble workmanship this place is known for.
You can visit the historic Brennan Courthouse for free; just contact Matt Caranante at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-459-2070 ext. 6419.
The building is open to the public
William J. Brennan Court House
583 Newark Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07306