Cornelius Low House Museum
The Cornelius Low House/Middlesex County Museum is a Historic National Register home built in 1741 for Cornelius Low, a wealthy merchant of Raritan Landing. The home is one of the best examples of Georgian architecture in New Jersey. The Low House has a dual purpose, to interpret the history of this fine structure, but also to research and mount rotating exhibits about New Jersey history.
Recent exhibits have included a Centennial display on New Jersey during World War I, and an exhibit on New Jersey Diners.
Visit our current exhibit (March 31, 2019 through June 28, 2020) titled:
Mid-Century New Jersey:
The Garden State in the 1950s.
FREE ADMISSION - Open Year-Round, excluding Holidays, Rutgers Football game days and Rutgers graduation
Historical Interpreters on-site April - October.
Open 10am-8pm on Thursdays in June, July, and August.
Text CULTURE to 56512 for hours and information, or contact email@example.com or call 732-745-3030