English George III Crossbanded Mahogany Serpentine Sideboard,
Chippendale Looking Glass, c. 1755
Sterling Silver Bowl, Tiffany & Co., 1906
Sited on land that witnessed the 1777 Princeton battle for American independence, Drumthwacket is the stately home that is today the official residence of the Governor of New Jersey.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Drumthwacket is one of the most fabled and elegant of America’s executive residences, and in its history lie the stories of three unique families who made immense contributions to New Jersey’s, and America’s history.
Please use this site as a resource to learn more about the residence and plan your visit to Drumthwacket in beautiful Princeton, NJ.