The Cranbury Museum
Originally built in 1834 by Dr. Garret P. Voorhees, with additional rooms added from 1850 to 1862 by the Isaac Snedeker Family. The Historical Society acquired the house in May, 1972 and volunteers transformed it in six months from a simple house into a museum.
The many original architectural elements, (including window sashes with early glass, wide pine floor boards, original paint), its collections of 18th and 19th century furnishings, Indian artifacts, and local memorabilia, radiate a sense of Cranbury past.
Note: The museum will be closed from February 14th through February 28th for restoration of the Museum’s floors.
See what’s on display.
4 Park Place East
Cranbury, NJ 08512
Open Sundays 1:00PM to 4:00PM, or by Appointment
Note: The museum is closed Labor Day Weekend, Columbus Day Weekend, Thanksgiving Weekend, Christmas, New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Mother's Day, Memorial Day Weekend, Father's Day, 4th of July Weekend.
Please check the News Page for special opening and closing days.
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