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Mercer County's seasonal guide to the arts and cultural activities.  Spring


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7/10/18 – 12/31/18

Fabric of Trenton Exhibit

"Fabric of Trenton," part of the global street art projectLearn More

Holiday Caroling & Bonfire

Join us in joyous singing, and warm up around the fire with hot chocolate!Learn More
Starting 4/29/18

New Life-sized Fossils in Natural History

Two new life-sized fossil casts are being added to the exhibition,Learn More
12/7/18 – 1/12/19
BSB Gallery

Revolutionary Resolve Exhibition @ BSB

Join BSB Gallery for First Fridays opening reception of theLearn More

Crime Thriller Book Signing with Local

West Windsor author Kevin G. Chapman will be signing copies of his newLearn More
Starting 4/29/17

Tutoring for Middle & High Schoolers

Tutoring for Middle & High Schoolers Every Saturday: 10:30 AM = 12 PMLearn More
12/26/18 – 12/28/18

Winter Break Maker Space

Drop by the Imagination Studio during Winter Break for our free MakerLearn More
Bordentown Library

George Washington Remembers: When War Came

Join his Excellency George Washington (portrayed by History on the Hoof'sLearn More
Bordentown Library

Songs of the Revolutionary

“Liberty Tree,” the duo of Bob Dupré and Stacy F. Roth,Learn More

Civil War Flag Unveiling

Join flag historian David Martin and NJSM Cultural History CuratorLearn More

Civil War Flag Unveiling

Join flag historian David Martin and NJSM Cultural History CuratorLearn More
Bordentown Friends Meetinghouse Museum

History's Brewing: Dark Days of the

Hear from General George Washington about some of the most intense battlesLearn More
Starting 8/1/17

Small Explorers Series

Explore the Museum with your baby, toddler or preschooler! Every SmallLearn More
Starting 6/1/18
Base Camp Trenton

First Friday @ Base Camp Trenton

Every First Friday, you can find art shows throughout Trenton. Base CampLearn More

Visiting Trenton

Trenton is the capital of New Jersey arts and culture, and the epicenter of New Jersey government and politics. With affordable sports and entertainment venues, historic sites, and great restaurants, Trenton has something for everyone. Whether it’s business meetings, conferences, festivals, art and theater events, or simply a nice dinner out, Trenton is the most accessible New Jersey city. Come for business, stay for fun. 

Visiting Trenton has never been easier.  Located on the Northeast Corridor line, rail travelers can choose from a full schedule of Amtrak trains bound for Washington D.C., Boston and beyond, as well as NJ Transit lines throughout the state and into New York City.  In addition, SEPTA regional rail provides easy access from Philadelphia and other points of interest in nearby Pennsylvania.

Major highways like Route 1, Interstates 95, 295, 195 and the New Jersey Turnpike are all directly accessible in Trenton. Air travelers are taking advantage of the Trenton Mercer Airport, minutes from downtown and a major hub for Frontier Airlines flying to Chicago, New Orleans, and several Florida cities. 

Art All Night Stage Inside

Trenton Spotlight
Download the FREE Dining Guide. Downtown Trenton also has its own crop of new award-winning restaurants.  More


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