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Take the free tour and learn a lot about this state's capital (the building itself is different than the US Capitol!) Lotsa history here, and for Capital Collectors, the stamp is at the tour lectern. Recommended.
Our very informative guide, the head of Office of Legislative Services, Penny Gardner, took us on a free, hour-long tour of the State House Annex. She discussed the artwork that has been added over the years. I highly recommend this tour.
We make a habit of visiting state capitals while on vacation and stopped in Trenton while heading up the Hudson River. Unfortunately the building is under (a long) renovation, so the rotunda and executive branch areas are closed, but we still got to see the Senate and General…
It’s hard to believe that I have never visited the State House! We had a really good time. We started off at the old barracks where costumed characters talked to us about the revolutionary war. There were soldiers who gave a musket demonstration, and a Doctor who cared for…
Average rating because so much of the State House is currently off limits due to renovation. You must take the free, one-hour guided tour to access to the Senate and House chambers, but you won't see much else.