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From fossils to fine art, from Native American tools to the finest silver, from quilts to comets, from prehistory to the future, the New Jersey State Museum is four museums in one and ...
The museum occupies the house called Morven, the former New Jersey Governor?s Mansion and 18th century home of Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Its res...
Exhibits of the common soldier and the Native American dating back to 8000 BC. Call for schedule.
The Roebling Museum sits on the seven acre grounds of the former historic steel mill in Roebling. The museum interprets the seminal engineering innovations of the John A. Roebling's So...
1848 Italianate villa with changing exhibits of fine art.
In 1690, Samuel Burgess donated six acres to the Meeting for construction of the first meetinghouse in town, replacing the earliest on Biles Island in the Delaware. This becam...
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Ã‚Â Recreated country home of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania.
Trenton's downtown visual arts center -- promotes artistic diversity by fostering creativity, learning, and appreciation of the arts. Our classes, exhibitions, and events make art an ...
Tour of four-room gallery of porcelain artwork, antiques, furniture, chandeliers and other works of art.
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The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton, originally built in 1758 to house troops during the French and Indian War, is best remembered for its role in the 1776 and 1777 Battles of Trento...
Opened in 2003 Dome of 9.14m 48 seats Starball projector Zeiss ZKP 3
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Grounds For Sculpture, located midway between Philadelphia and New York, is a whimsical 35-five acre sculpture garden and arboretum that more than 250 contemporary sculptures. Two g...
Tour this beautiful Greek Revival mansion, the official residence of NJ Governors. Wednesday tours. Closed August. Registration Required. See website for details and registration.
- Information provided by New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry The famous Mercer Oak, once stood in the middle of the battlefield, not far from the spot where General Hugh Merce...
Get information on Trenton events, historic sites and more.
This non-profit art gallery was established in 2002 to provide a venue for local artists, provide scholarships, provide educational opportunities and give teachers some tools to help pro...
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Start your day off by eating with Big Bird and his friends, and then explore Sesame Place and see Sesame Street come alive. You will see all your favorite characters, visit their ho...
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