Drake House Museum, a historical museum in Central NJ, not only teaches visitors about historical events, it also teaches visitors about the American culture in 1746. As one of the cool cultural attractions in NJ, Drake House Museum was originally built as a home for Nathaniel Drake, son of Isaac Drake, and now functions as a museum to educate the masses.
It was at this location that many Revolutionary War activities took place, upon visiting this museum you will learn about the cultural relations between opposing troops. Many aspects of the American culture can be studied at this museum and the artwork on display assists in conveying the information. While it is easy for someone to explain cultural relations between people, images such as "The Death of General Sedgwick," and other masterpieces, show the relationship between soldiers.