Cranbury Museum is a museum and historical site administered by the Cranbury Historical and Preservation Society. Originally built in 1834 by Dr. Garret P. Voorhees, the Historical Society acquired the house in May of 1972. With the help of volunteers, the house was transformed into the museum in six months and currently features original 18th and 19th century furnishings, Indian artifacts and local memorabilia.
- Hours: Sun, 1pm - 4pm; Mon - Sat, by appointment
- Parking: On-street: free