Sun, Mar 01 | Cranbury Museum

The 1700s House: A Rediscovered Connection to 18th Century Cranbury

A new exhibit, "The 1700s House: A Rediscovered Connection to 18th Century Cranbury" has opened at Cranbury Museum, 4 Park Place East and will run through June. **As a public health precaution due to Covid19, as of March 15 the museum will be closed to the public until further notice.**
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The 1700s House: A Rediscovered Connection to 18th Century Cranbury

Time & Location

Mar 01, 2020, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Cranbury Museum, 4 Park Pl E, Cranbury Township, NJ 08512, USA

About the Event

A new exhibit, "The 1700s House: A Rediscovered Connection to 18th Century Cranbury"  has opened at Cranbury Museum, 4 Park Place East  and will run through June. The exhibit  tells the story of the 1700s House that was rediscovered and saved by the Cranbury Historical and Preservation Society.  On October 1, 2019, the Society relocated the house to Millstone Park on Old Trenton Road, Cranbury.  This 18th Century House has ties to the East Jersey Proprietors, a land deed from 1693, early Cranbury families and the American Revolution.  Follow the journey from the initial phase of saving the 1700s House, discover its rich history and learn about the next phase.  The Museum is open on Sunday, 1-4 pm.

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