Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Millhill Park

At the intersection of East Front and South Broad Street lies one of the Capital City’s many gems, Millhill Park. This 2.9 square miles of land serves...

Mahlon Stacy : Colonial Pioneer at the Falls of The Delaware

On Saturday May 18th at 2 pm the 1719 William Trent House will host "Mahlon Stacy : Colonial Pioneer at the Falls of The Delaware"...

Join the Old Barracks for a Sunday Afternoon Tea

By now, almost all of us have most likely seen the infamous "meme" on social media with Kermit the Frog sipping tea as he makes...

The Mystery of the Shoe in the Roof

In February of 2018, workers repairing the Trent House cornice discovered this shoe inside! Why did someone...

A Historical Walk from Bristol to the Trenton Train Station

Join the Pennsylvania Greenway for their second of three great walks that are scheduled as mobile workshops as part of the Mid-Atlantic Greenways and Trails...

Trenton Makes the Army Takes

"Trenton Makes the World Takes" is a rather well known nod to Trenton's role as a manufacturing epicenter during the 20th century as well as...

Old Barracks to Present Beulah Oliphant Award

The Old Barracks Museum will present its annual Beulah Oliphant Award Reception on March 21st at 4:30 p.m. Beulah Oliphant, through...

Manufacturing a Revolution

The Old Barracks Museum will be hosing Manufacturing a Revolution: Trenton in the Winter of 1778. On Saturday, March 23 and Sunday,...

Jersey Crocs Rule! at the New Jersey State Museum

The New Jersey State Museum opened its most recent exhibition on March 2, entitled Jersey Crocs Rule! Found in the East Gallery of the first...

An Oscar for Best Picture Triggers More Research 2019

The Oscar for Best Picture, with admirable performances by Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen, has placed the movie Green Book and the subject of the...

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