We have a really good Freehold trivia question for you and we think that if you just think about it for a second, you'll definitely get this one.

We all know that Freehold is rich in history, so there are plenty of ways to go on this one. We decided to focus on a building. A very famous building that happens to have a really incredible story.

We'll give you three clues about the building. Just take a minute to think about it, and we're confident you'll be able to get this one. Here are the clues.

Clue #1...This building started as a courthouse and jail about 300 years ago.

Clue $#2...This building had a shaky start, needing to be rebuilt only 5 years later because a couple of prisoners broke out, and then 8 years after that this building burned down.

Clue #3...This building, on property originally purchased by a man named John Reid in 1714  remained a courthouse until 1954.

Do you think you have it yet? If not, we'll give you this bonus clue. The 3 word name of this building is prominently displayed in large letters on it's face on a main street.

I'm pretty sure that one should give it away. How about if I said a main street and a court street. You'd get it then, right? Of course you would. We're talking about the Hall of Records building! Congrats if you got it right!

The Hall of Records in Freehold (Lou Russo, Townsquare Media)

If you want to read the whole story about this amazing structure and its amazing history, check out the Visit Monmouth page!

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