Have you ever been to Drumthwacket in Princeton? How about Liberty Hall in Union? Or Ringwood Manor in Ringwood?
NorthJersey.com has put together a listing of eight huge historic New Jersey mansions that are open for public tours. Now I've been to Washington's Headquarters Museum in Morristown, but the house there is nowhere near as big as Gould Mansion in Lakewood, Hollybush in Glassboro or Natirar in Peacock-Gladstone or any of the homes listed in this piece.
If you like exploring old mansions and are up for a daytrip, take a look at this list from NorthJersey.com.
Drumthwacket, the official residence of the Governor of New Jersey, offers guided tours on most Wednesdays from September through April.
Photo: KForce at English Wikipedia