Barn Quilt Tours in New Jersey

The Barn Quilt Project in New Jersey is a project coordinated by volunteers of the New Jersey Museum of Agriculture. This project is designed to celebrate New Jersey’s agricultural heritage, highlighting farms across the state with beautiful quilt blocks. These barn quilts will draw attention to the unique architecture and history of New Jersey Barns and other agriculture related buildings, promote the education of the general public about New Jersey’s strong Agriculture legacy.

There are currently two Barn Quilt Tours that are within two of the counties that fall within the Highlands Region. The first is a tour through Warren County and the second is a newer tour through Sussex County.

You may enjoy viewing a virtual tour of the Barn Quilt Tours but we can tell you it will not do justice to taking the actual tour, spring, summer, fall or winter, through the hills and valleys of the Garden State.

Click here to start your virtual Barn Quilt Tour of Warren County, New Jersey.

Click here to download the Barn Quilt Trail brochure.

Photos for the virtual tour are displayed on this website courtesy of the New Jersey Museum of Agriculture. All photos are the property of, and copyrighted by the New Jersey Museum of Agriculture and may not be used without permission.