Bus Rental NJ Places to Visit: Trenton, New Jersey - Part 4

Trenton New Jersey traces its origins back to 1679. And then it became an important industrial hub in the 19th and 20th centuries. All that history is still evident today. See it for yourself by getting on a charter bus in New Jersey from Bus Rental NJ.

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Where to go in Trenton? In this series, Bus Rental NJ has already recommended the following places:

  • Trenton Battle Monument
  • The 1719 William Trent House
  • New Jersey State Museum
  • The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion
  • New Jersey State House
  • Grounds for Sculpture

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Here are some more:

Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

Patriots Theater at the War Memorial (1 Memorial Dr., +1 609 984 8400) seats close to 2,000 people in the audience and has been where world-class acts, artists and performers do their thing. Catch the best plays and theater shows only here.

While you are at it, be sure to see the Patriots Theater Pipe Organ, which would mark its centennial in 2028. The pipe organ has more than 1,200 pipes along with Celeste harp, marimba, orchestra bells, xylophone, cymbal drums.

Old Barracks Museum

The Old Barracks Museum (101 Barrack Street, +1 609 396 1776, http://www.barracks.org/) was originally a colonial barrack, and is the only one remaining in the state. The museum now educates visitors on American and Colonial history. They hold daily tours that show people who lived during the colonial times, with weapons and artifacts on display. It is also one of the most visited sites in the state.

Be sure to call Bus Rental NJ now to reserve a charter bus in New Jersey to be able to visit all these places comfortably and conveniently.