The famous person Guglielmo Marconi is associated with one of more of the Monmouth County historic places.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Monmouth County places including John T. & et al. Rowland, White, JG, Engineering Corporation, Ernest Schnitzler, Joseph Osgood, William B. Stout, Soden Brothers, Warren H. Cover, A.L. Hartwell, Abel Cafferty and Thomas W. Lamb. Prominent architectural styles found in Monmouth Country are Colonial Revival, Classical Revival and Exotic Revival.