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Trenton, New Jersey
When visiting New Jersey’s capitol, you can experience all of the rich history and tradition Trenton has to offer. Tour the New Jersey State House, 125 W. State St., Tel: 609-633-2709. To explore the state’s judicial branch and State Supreme Court, your group can tour the RicharD J. Hughes Justice Complex, Tel: 609-984-6500. For information on your local New Jersey state senate or assembly representative, call NJ Legislative Information Service Tel: 800-792-8630. New Jersey State Museum, 205 W. State St., Tel: 609-292-6464, is a short walk away from the State House. Main building of the Museum and the planetarium are closed for renovation. However, some galleries are open, and the planetarium is expected to re-open fall of 2005. Call for details. Trenton Battle Monument, N. Broad & N. Warren Sts., was erected to commemorate the site where American artillery was stored in the surprise attack on Trenton on December 26, 1776, Tel: 609-737-0623. William Trent House, 15 Market St. (William Trent Place and Market St., across from the Hughes Justice Complex), Tel: 609-989-3027, a historic house museum which offers a glimpse at life in the early 18th century. For more information on visiting Trenton call Trenton Convention & Visitors Center, Tel: 609-777-1770.

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