Trenton Travel Guide
Welcome to Trenton, NJ!This WorldWeb.com travel and tourism guide for Trenton, featuring hotels and other accommodations, tours, attractions, events, shopping and more, will help you plan a successful visit to Trenton, New Jersey , U.S.A.
Bordering Pennsylvania on the Delaware River is Trenton, which has been New Jersey's capital since 1790. There is plenty here for all visitors, especially those interested in history. Trenton features several museums including the New Jersey State Museum and the Old Barracks Museum. The State House and Mill Hill Historic Districts have preserved many colonial buildings and sites. The William Trent House—considered the city's oldest house—is open for touring and features many period furnishings. Trenton visitors can also enjoy Cadawalder and Washington State Parks, which both host a number of interesting historic features and recreational activities.
William Trent House, constructed between 1716 and 1719, is a National historic landmark.
Hotels & Motels
Conveniently located near all that downtown Trenton has to offer, the Trenton Marriott Downtown is a smoke-free hotel that is also within walking distance of NJ state government offices including the US Federal, NJ State Supreme and Mercer County courthouses.