Nestled in the heart of Trenton is the Mill Hill district, a community brimming with stunning architecture, historic homes, and proud homeowners who have gone the extra mile to create a friendly and welcoming neighborhood. If you’ve ever passed through this part of town, you may have wondered what’s happening behind the scenes of these beautiful homes. With the 32nd Annual Mill Hill Garden Tour on its way, you can!
On Saturday, June 10th, all are invited to this year’s Mill Hill Garden Tour. The event will be held from 12 pm to 5 pm, and over the day, guests will have the opportunity to explore more than 15 beautiful properties that have signed up to show off their unique homes. The tour will begin at the Artworks Trenton headquarters, 19 Everett Alley, Trenton, NJ 08611. Tickets will be available the day off at Artworks and can also be purchased in advance online here: Tickets – Garden Tour. Tickets are available for $20 per person, and children under 12 do not need to pay for admission. Free parking will also be an open day off, so bring the entire family for a day of exploration and fun!
For over 32 years, the Mill Hill Garden Tour has been a special event for garden gurus, architecture buffs, and history enthusiasts alike. The homes in this neighborhood have a distinct character and are genuinely one of the great gems of the Capital City. This historic district was one of Trenton’s first communities, named after the industrial mill constructed in 1679. As Trenton continued to ebb and flow over the years, Mill Hill experienced much of the same industrialization and eventual decline. Finally, mill Hill began to turn a corner in the 1980s when concerted redevelopment efforts sought to improve and uplift the region. Since then, Mill Hill has been home to countless restored properties, community events, and historic preservation that continue making Trenton great.
The Old Mill Hill Society hosts this tour alongside the community members and residents of the Mill Hill neighborhood. The Old Mill Hill Society has played an integral role in restoration efforts, and the organization is actively involved in maintaining and continuing historic preservation efforts throughout the community. All funds raised by the tour help support preservation grants that assist homeowners in maintaining the Trenton Landmarks Commission for Historic Preservation Standards that have shaped the community into the neighborhood it is today. If you’d like to read more about the Old Mill Hill Society, please visit their website here: Home – Old Mill Hill Society.
As one of Trenton’s historic neighborhoods, the Mill Hill Garden Tour is a chance to get behind the curtain of some of Trenton’s most charming homes. If you have any questions or would like to learn more before attending, please get in touch with the Old Mill Hill Society at email@example.com or (609) 921-9248 for additional details.