We had tea in the glass enclosed porch and then came the good stuff! New Jersey history - and, by extension, national history - was beautifully presented in this grand old house. Very earnest tour guide tried her best to engage all the visitors on our tour. We were in competition with another tour group so we missed one of the rooms. The museum was set up for the 'ring for service' theme which was well done. There's a lot of love and care that goes into this place and it's obvious. If the tour guides and the afternoon tea staff are not the most polished - that's okay, their love of what they are doing is most charming. I recommend it highly. If you go during the spring or early fall when the weather is conducive to walking around, the grounds are beautifully maintained and worth the time.