Hidden in the scenic woodlands and agricultural meadows of Middlesex County lies the historic Cranbury Township.

This village is home to a variety of restaurants, bakeries, delis and cafés. The Cranbury Inn, officially established in 1780, offers a complete fine dining experience and is a very popular establishment with locals and visitors. Teddy’s Luncheonette, Italian Touch and Zinna’s Bistro provide a diversity of cuisine for food lovers. Antique shops, consignment and collectibles stores, florists and boutiques line the Main Street.

Those interested in the town’s past people and places can stop in The Elizabeth M. Wagner History Center – or attend one of the Cranbury Historical & Preservation Society’s community events.

Village Park, which lies along the north shore of Brainerd Lake offers sports courts and fields, playgrounds, cookout areas, trails, a small dock and a rain garden to enjoy in the more temperate seasons and “Dirt Mountain” for wintertime sledding.