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Explore the Capital City on a Bus Rental in Trenton NJ

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Trenton, New Jersey

Trenton is home to close to 85,000 people and is the capital of New Jersey State. The city has a rich history that goes back to the first wars our nation had seen. It is also the site of a thriving arts and culture scene. So get on a bus rental in Trenton and find out what you could discover here.

A 56-passenger bus rental in Trenton, NJ is perfect for big groups.

If you plan to take a big group of people to the capital city, you would really appreciate having a bus rental in Trenton, NJ to take you around. See the arts, culture and historic places here. Or you can be at the center of the state's government and politics. You could have anything from great restaurants to tax-free shopping to affordable sporting tickets at great venues.

Arts & Cultural

Check out Artworks Trenton (Trenton, NJ 08611) as they hold Art All Night, bringing together art, music and film in one event. The Trinity Cathedral also has the Music and Art where you could see art works while enjoying great music, a Medieval Feast and other arts-related activities. Other galleries you should visit include:

  • Artifacts Gallery,
  • Arts and Science Inc (Trenton, NJ 08610), and
  • Gallery 125.

Of course, you should not miss the Grounds for Sculpture where you can find more than 270 sculptures in a lovely garden setting.

Theatre and music. You can catch a great concert or show at the Sun National Bank Center. Also check out the performances by the Suburban Dance Force (Trenton, NJ 08618), the Class Act Center for the Performing Arts (Trenton, NJ 08619), Magnet Theatre Company and the Passage Theatre Company. Check out if there are concerts and recitals at the Conservatory, an arts and meeting venue that regularly has dance performances, art exhibits, and musical concerts.

Lastly check out the Trenton Film Society as they hold the Trenton International Film Festival. The society is open for every film buff out there.

Organizations. Trenton is home to four major arts, culture and history organizations, namely Mercer County Cultural & Heritage Commission (Trenton, NJ 08650), New Jersey Council for the Humanities, New Jersey Historical Commission (Trenton, NJ 08625) and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (Trenton, NJ 08608).

Public art. All over the city, you would find fine examples of sculptures and other public art for you to enjoy. Get on a bus rental in Trenton, NJ and check out these public art displays, including:

  • Dignity of Labor
  • General George Washington Statue
  • Green Acres by Athena Tacha
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Bust
  • Morning, Noon, Night
  • Routunda Sculpture by Judith Brown
  • Sculpture Garden at Station Plaza by Sydney Sussman (Trenton, NJ 08605)
  • Symbiotic Marker, Primary Presence, and Mute Metaphor
  • The Briefing, First Case, The Winner, and On The Bench
  • The Constructors
  • The Gandhi Garden
  • The Glory of New Jersey
  • The Surrender of the Hessians
  • The Two Soldiers and George Washington
  • Time Is Money
  • Trenton Police Memorial
  • Trenton Tower
  • Two concrete with fiber-optic sculptures
  • Woodrow Wilson

Museums. Check out the Trenton City Museum, where you can learn more about the city's history through the artworks and exhibits that they have. The museum is located in the Ellarslie Mansion, an Italianate style mansion that was built in the 1840s. The New Jersey State Museum, on the other hand, is a free museum that exhibits artifacts and artworks that tell you more about the history of the state. There are also exhibits on archeology, cultural history, and fine arts. It also features a planetarium and an auditorium that seats 380 people. Here, you could find a replica of the Hadrosaurus, the official dinosaur of New Jersey.

You should also see the old Barracks Museum, the only remaining one in the state. The barracks once housed around 300 soldiers at a time and is now a museum.

Further, there is the Meredith Havens Fire Museum, housed next to a working fire station and has several displays related to fire fighting and its history.

Restaurants & Shopping

Some areas in Trenton are part of an Urban Enterprise Zone where you only have to pay half of the state's 7% sales tax and absolutely no sales tax on clothing. So you can enjoy tax free shopping or reduced prices at participating stores.

Check out Greenwood Antiques (Trenton, NJ 08609), Classics Used and Rare Books, and other local businesses here.

Dining. When it comes to dining, Trenton can offer you the best of the world's cuisines. Try out the Polish cuisine at Rozmaryn Restaurant (Trenton, NJ 08638), Mexican food at Taqueria El Mariachi, Italian food at Settimo Cielo, which is considered to be the best restaurant in the city since 2007. There is also the Thai food at Ploy Siam (Trenton, NJ 08691), European food at Blue Danube Restaurant, Afghan fare at Afghan Kabob and Grill, Chinese food at Szechuan House.

You could also get superb Indian food at the newly opened Hot on D Spot Roti Shop, while you have the best bar experience at Trenton Social.

Other restaurants you can go to include:

  • East Front CafĂ©
  • Jo-Jo's Tavern
  • Kenji Fusion (Trenton, NJ 08690)
  • Little King Sandwich Shop
  • Pat's Original Diner
  • Trenton Kebab House
  • Wildflour Bakery/Cafe (Trenton, NJ 08648)
  • Wildflowers Too (Trenton, NJ 08620)

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Trenton, Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Trenton receives Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York TV broadcasts and that includes sports games. Because of that, there are locals who are fans of these three city's sports teams. In fact, it is not unusual that locals in Trenton root for the New Jersey Devils, the New York Knicks and the Phillies. Trenton is home to the Trenton Thunders. The team plays at the Samuel J. Plumeri, Sr. Field, which can seat more than 6,300 people, but their home is at the Arm and Hammer Park. You could also watch a Trenton Devils hockey game, monster truck competitions, ice shows, conventions, concerts and boxing matches at the Sovereign Bank Arena.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Trenton, Historical Sites & Landmarks

Be sure to visit the oldest house in the city, the William Trent House. The house, recently renovated, was the home of the city's founder, as well as of three past state governors. You should also visit the Trenton and Mercer County War Memorial-Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Building, or known simply as the Trenton War Memorial. Designed by Louis Kaplan, the memorial serves to remember the city's men and women who died in the first World War. It was renamed to Patriots Theater in 2001.

Then there is the Trenton Battle Monument, which memorializes the Battle of Trenton that happened in 1776, one of the important battles in the American Revolutionary War. The monument was designed by John H. Duncan and was built in the 1890s.

Aside from the war memorials, you should also see the New Jersey State House. The capitol building was built in the 1790s and was designed by Jonathan Doane, among others. Then there is the New Jersey World War II Memorial, which commemorates the citizens who contributed to the war efforts.

Other historic places in the city include the Trenton City Hall, New Jersey State Library and Friends Burying Ground.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

You could go fishing at the many great fishing spots at the Delaware River. You can visit Cadwalader Park, which has a little more than 100 acres of open spaces where you could find a stream, a lake, a variety of trees, a deer paddock. It was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.

You could also find the Ellarslie Mansion on the grounds. Here, you can play baseball, tennis, and basketball. You could also have a picnic, go rollerblading and biking or play at the playgrounds.

Further, you should see the brand new playground at Greg Grant Park, which was recently opened. You could also go fishing, boating or have a picnic at the Boat Ramp.

Check out the All Faiths Plaza where you could find a lot of prominent churches just a walking distance away. Or Columbus Park where you could find the bronze and stone statue of Christopher Columbus along with facilities for baseball, playgrounds and beautiful gardens. While you could enjoy the spray pool, swimming or baseball court at the Hetzel Field.

Further, Monsignor Lipinski Park features a full sized basketball court, a great playground for the kids, a beautiful landscaped lawn. You could go rollerblading, play tennis or soccer here too. While fishing is the main draw at Marine Terminal Park and at Martin Luther King Park you can have a picnic, swim, play at the playground or have a fun baseball game. Do see the mural that honors King on one wall at the edge of the park. Warren Street Plaza has reenactments of the Revolutionary War battles fought in the city.

Lastly, you can find the city bath house and pool at the Roberto Clemente Park. You can also try Villa Park, which has a large playground, tennis courts and a picnic area; and Stacy Park, which has a great biking and hiking path, fishing and views of the Delaware and Shakey Bridge.

Other parks and playgrounds in the city include:

  • Academy Street Playground
  • Agabiti Park
  • Assunpink Greenway
  • Belvidere Greenway
  • Breunig Avenue Park
  • Bridge Street Park
  • Calhoun Street Park
  • Canal Point Park
  • Clay Street Park
  • Edgewood Avenue Park
  • Franklin Park
  • Garfield Avenue Park
  • George Page Park
  • Jefferson Vincent Park
  • John Beech Park
  • Lamberton Street
  • Laurel Avenue Park
  • Mercer Cemetery
  • Mill Hill Park
  • North 25 Park
  • Orange Street Park
  • Pat Pone Park
  • Pennington/Willow Plaza
  • Red Oaks Park
  • Roma Triangle
  • Rutherford Avenue Park
  • Sonny Vereen Park
  • Veterans Park
  • West Ward Recreation Center
  • Wetzel Field
  • Wilkinson Place

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