Trenton, New Jersey
Trenton, the state capital, has plenty to offer to tourists especially history enthusiasts. In the region encompassing the golden dome of the New Jersey State House is the New Jersey State Museum, an intriguing gallery highlighting four historical centers in one, with a planetarium, a compelling artwork accumulation of more than 12,000 works, a natural history gathering and a great collection of social history, prehistoric studies, and ethnography antiques. After broad redesigns, the historical center’s primary building re-opened with invigorating new displays that illustrate the state’s creative and social life. Another important historical landmark is the War Memorial. Located in the Capitol Complex, the War Memorial is home to a magnificent 1,807-seat venue of Italian Renaissance Revival splendor. Other local attractions include The Old Barracks Museum and The Sun National Bank Center.