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When you fly into Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN) you will find that there are several things to experience in the historic city of Trenton. As the capital of the state of New Jersey, there are several important historic sites and attractions that visitors to the city should really take the time to see.
Trenton offers a number of things for those who are visiting to enjoy. Some of the things that you are going to want to include on your Trenton travel itinerary include:
The city of Trenton was named for the late William Trent, who was once one of the wealthiest men in nearby Philadelphia, and taking a tour of his house will allow you to learn more about him. In addition to tours, there are also several educational programs that illustrate the realities of Colonial life.
The Capitol building for the state of New Jersey was built in 1790 and is the second oldest state house in continuous use after Maryland State Capitol in Annapolis. Check out the state legislature house, the senate and the assembly. On certain days, you can also tour the office of the governor.
Capable of projecting 6000 stars, visitors can journey into space at this spacious planetarium. Here you can learn all about the secrets of the mysterious and beautiful night sky with the help of cutting-edge technology and traditional techniques.
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