Stained Glass

  • 125 W. State St.
  • Trenton, NJ 08608
  • Artwork Creator: George William Sotter; restoration and replacements by J. Kenneth Leap
  • Hours: Hourly Tours, Monday through Friday, 10am - 3 pm & 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, 12pm - 3pm. Closed Sundays and State holidays
  • Access: Open to public. Groups of 10 or more must have advanced reservations.
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“These windows depict such motifs as the State Seal, flora and fauna of New Jersey, as well as references to classical mythology, astronomy, and New Jersey Industry. The windows refer to the themes of the exhibits once housed in the Museum, thereby serving an instructive as well as decorative purpose. Seven of the original stained glass panels survive, located along the east wall. Missing panels were replaced with new ones created by J. Kenneth Leap. These panels represent State Symbols, including Hadrosaurs Foulkii, a red oak, a honey bee, horse flower and the Easter Goldfinch.” -- Downtown Trenton Artwalk



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