Stopped in on rainy Halloween day about mid afternoon. My friend and I got a personal tour of the Hall which is three floors showcasing furniture, household items/collections and generally an accounting of the home's occupants and social peers through these displays.
We were warmly greeted upon arrival and got a tour by a knowledgeable young lady who definitely has passion for her role in sharing history with guests. This was my second time visiting but it had been awhile. My plan is to go back sometime in warmer weather to view the gardens.
There is I a new separate portion of the museum highlighting more recent historical NJ history. I rather thought this didn't fit with the rest of the museum.
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