Lambertville, New Jersey, nestled within Hunterdon County, is a city rich in history and culture. With a population of 4,139 as of the 2020 census, it has seen steady growth over the years. Situated on the banks of the Delaware River, directly across from New Hope, Pennsylvania, Lambertville was historically a vital ferry crossing point, later developing into an important travel route between New York City and Philadelphia. This historical significance is still palpable today, with many 18th- and 19th-century buildings beautifully restored. Lambertville has evolved into a vibrant arts hub since the 1980s, attracting artists and creative minds, evident in its numerous galleries, shops, and eateries. The town is known for being an inclusive and gay-friendly destination, offering a quieter alternative to more bustling urban areas. For outdoor enthusiasts, the canal path along the Delaware River provides a scenic route for cycling, jogging, and walking, enjoyed throughout the seasons
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