Built in 1741 at Raritan Landing. the Cornelius Low House is a fine example of Georgian architecture and is listed as one of New Jersey's Historical Places.. Although the house holds architectural interest, the main purpose is to house various and diverse exhibitions. The present exhibition is displayed on two floors and is entitled "Diners of New Jersey". It's a nostalgic look at New Jersey diners featuring diner booths, stools, menus, neon signs, working jukebox, etc.. The jukebox even plays "Rock Around the Clock" and "16 Candles". Pictures on the wall of current diners and some which are no longer standing are displayed. As a NJ diner patron for many years I recognized and ate in many. The exhibition is free but I did see a donation box. I first went to the East New Jersey Historic Village which is also free and less than a mile from the Cornelius House. The Hours are Tues-Fri from (1-4) and Sundays from (1-4). If you have a cell phone a self-guided tour can be taken if you dial the number 732-377-8970 on the information board outside the house.. Parking is behind the building in the Busch Campus Parking lot or drive up the narrow driveway off of River Road. No photos are allowed inside the house.