Crane-Phillips House Living History Museum
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The Crane-Phillips House Living History Museum is a small Victorian-style house built in 1840 by Joseph Crane as a honeymoon cottage for his son Josiah Jr. In 1867, it was sold to Henry and Cecelia Phillips, who built additions to the property. The house depicts the architectural style of Andrew Jackson Downing, the first real American architect, and houses a collection of antiques, Revolutionary and Civil War artifacts, old tools and farm equipment.
124 N Union Ave, Cranford, NJ 07016
- Hours: By appointment
- Hours: September - June: Sun, 2pm - 4pm or by appointment only
- Accessible: yes