June 7, 2020 - June 7, 2020 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Annual Special Events

The Museum proudly welcomes individuals and organizations to purchase an engraved brick bearing their name for placement in the Museum's Silk Walk.  The deadline for orders for this year's phase of the Silk Walk Project is March 31st,

The Museum cordially invites donors of 2020 phase Silk Walk bricks to a private unveiling of their engraved brick that is displayed at the Museum's headquarters, the Botto House National Landmark.  The date is Sunday, June 7th, but times of visitation will be staggered for the safety and well-being of all.  If you are a donor, kindly reply by phone by calling (973) 595-7953 or email labormuseum@gmail.com as to whether you prefer a morning (10AM-12PM) or afternoon (12-2PM) appointment, and we will respond with your time slot.  

The Silk Walk is made of engraved bricks prominently placed at the Museum's front walkway and under the grape arbor of its Old World Gardens.  This ongoing project is available for all to participate.  The Museum welcomes individuals and organizations to purchase an engraved brick as a memorial for a loved one, to honor a graduate, to celebrate a co-worker/organization and evenfor yourself.  Silk Walks bricks are priced from $50 to $200.  Funds from the project are used for the Museum's educational programs, outreach and exhibits.

Each year, trained apprentices schooled at the International Masonry Institute of Bordentown, New Jersey install the bricks.  Members of the masons' union Local 4 & 5 are scheduled to participate in this year's installation.


Buy a Brick - A Gift that Lasts ForeverBuy a brick, engraved with your name or personal message, on the American Labor Museum's Silk Walk. Buy it for yourself, someone you know, or as a memorial for a deceased loved one.

When you buy a brick on the Silk Walk you become part of the American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark. Your personal message becomes a lasting gift and a piece of history along the Silk Walk.

Fill out the order form and return it with your payment to the "American Labor Museum."  A certificate and location map will follow when your brick is installed.

For more information please call the Museum at (973) 595-7953.

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