The heart and soul of the state is through the governor and now you can see how past governors lived when you visit Drumthwacket. See the timeline of New Jersey's governors from beginning to end and learn about the history of the state's operation. Tours focus on the architecture and history of the property with the added bonus of discussing the antiques and fine arts collected over the years. This free attraction in Princeton, NJ even has a second building on the premises, The Olden House, which shows you the kitchen past governors used. After the tour of the mansion is complete you can go for a walk through the gardens on the land. You can either make a reservation or, if you are in groups less than 20 people, a tour begins every Wednesday at 1pm. Always call before planning your trip to ensure your party is able to take part in that day's tour.