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    Trenton has been the Capitol city of New Jersey since 1790. It is located along the Delaware River and in the Central region of NJ. The city has a long history dating back to its founding by the Quakers 1679, when New jersey was still a British Colony. It served a major role during the Revolutionary War. George Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River and military victory is located just South of the city and still today the Old Trenton Barracks dating back to the French and Indian war exist in the center of the city. Over the last two centuries many cultural groups have immigrated and called Trenton Home. All have left an impact on the city today with business, culture, food, and architecture.

    Unfortunately the city is given a poor reputation by outsiders and is often overlooked by visitors. Trenton has had its share of both high and low points in its long history and today it is going through a rebirth or Renaissance of sorts. Today there are plenty of small family own business opening up and selling all sorts of goods from clothing to food reflecting both pop and various ethnic cultures.

    The local art scene has been thriving for many years and continues to grow strong. There are plenty of venues for Music and Theatre lovers from the Passage Theatre to the war memorial. Some are surprised to learn that Trenton has its own Opera company and Orchestra! Trenton also has the Sun Bank Arena for local sports lovers!

    One could also consider taking the Trains to either NYC or Philly, or they can enjoy the river line and head to Camden for the aquarium..
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    • Italian People's Bakery
      0.86 Km from Trenton
      Italian People's Bakery is a bakery located in the Chambersburg neighborhood of Trenton, New Jersey, founded in 1936 on Hamilton Ave. The bakery expanded to wholesale distribution of products and now serves parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
    • De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies
      0.89 Km from Trenton
      De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies is a pizzeria that sells tomato pies in New Jersey. It was founded in 1936 by Alexander "Chick" De Lorenzo and officially established in 1947 in Trenton, New Jersey. Since then it has expanded to another location in Robbinsville and has closed its original location in Trenton. It is the third oldest pizzeria in New Jersey that sells tomato pies after Papa's Tomato Pies and Joe's Tomato Pies.
    • William Green House (Ewing Township, New Jersey)
      6.09 Km from Trenton
      The William Green House is a historic farmhouse in Ewing Township, New Jersey. The first home on the site was built in the last decade of the 17th century. The oldest parts of the current structure date to 1717 and the newest to 1830. The house is owned by the College of New Jersey but is in a poor state of repair. It has been considered an endangered historic site for over 40 years and, despite efforts taken by the college in 2006 to shore up the structure, was listed in 2015 as one of New Jers...
    • Trenton Bath House
      6.70 Km from Trenton
      The Trenton Bath House is a pivotal, influential design by the architect Louis Kahn, with the help of his associate, renowned architect Anne Tyng, at 999 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing Township, Mercer County, New Jersey, United States. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. It is neither in Trenton, New Jersey, nor is it a bath house, but the so-called "Trenton Bath House" commands attention from architectural historians around the world. Designed as part of a la...
    • The Pennington School
      13.15 Km from Trenton
    • Hopewell Valley Vineyards
      14.58 Km from Trenton
    • The Lewis School of Princeton
      16.27 Km from Trenton
      The Lewis School of Princeton, located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States, serves students who have learning difficulties (dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, delayed auditory and visual processing, and nonverbal learning issues). The school provides pre K-12 and college-preparatory education. The clinic functions as the diagnostic, language and learning performance unit of the facility.
    • Princeton Public Library
      16.53 Km from Trenton
      The Princeton Public Library serves the town of Princeton, New Jersey. It is the most visited municipal public library in New Jersey with over 860,000 annual visitors who borrow 550,000 items, ask more than 83,000 reference questions, log onto library computers over 90,000 times, and attend more than 1,300 programs. Its usage exceeds all but five of New Jersey's twenty-one county systems. Compared to New Jersey's largest municipal library, Newark, Princeton spends four times as much per capita, ...
    • Princeton Cemetery
      16.80 Km from Trenton
      Princeton Cemetery is located in Princeton, New Jersey. It is owned by the Nassau Presbyterian Church. John F. Hageman in his 1878 history of Princeton, New Jersey refers to the cemetery as: "The Westminster Abbey of the United States."
    • Rockingham (house)
      21.35 Km from Trenton
      Rockingham House was the home of John Berrien I (1712–1772) and George Washington's final headquarters of the Revolutionary War, located in the Rockingham section of Franklin Township in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States. The house has been moved within southern Franklin Township several times, and is now closer to the Franklin portion of Kingston than to Rocky Hill. The residence is a featured part of the Millstone River Valley Scenic Byway. The oldest portion of the house was built as...

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    • Langhorne
      Langhorne is a town located in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The home of the infamous Sesame Place is about a 30 minute drive north from the bustling Philadelphia. Langhorne is also equally distant from Trenton, NJ.
      Langhorne, PA, USA
    • 2400 Rhawn St
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      2400 Rhawn St, Philadelphia, PA 19152, USA
    • 7925 Bustleton Ave
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      7925 Bustleton Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19152, USA
    • Apple Child Care Center
      High-quality Keystone STAR 3 child care center and preschool for infants, toddlers, preschool and pre-K aged children.
      Apple Child Care Center 6901 Hawthorne St, Philadelphia, PA 19149, USA
    • New Jersey
      Often given a bad rap from its neighboring states for being nothing more than a series of interconnected highways with some malls and otherwise thrown in for good measure, New Jersey actually offers far more than just the Jersey Turnpike. From Princeton University to Cape May, or the Appalachian Trail and the Pine Barrens, to the vast cranberry bogs and blueberry fields, or the casinos at Atlantic City, New Jersey offers a wide variety of opportunities for a wide variety of travelers. Western portions of the state are rugged and mountainous, while the eastern coastal regions offer a variety of seaside opportunities, from dining to fishing to enjoying the summer days with the spray of the ocean on your face.

      New Jersey is probably most famous for one thing: the food. There are over 25,000 restaurants and eateries in the state, which is more per square mile than any other place in the United States. And while there are certain portions of the state that are full of natural beauty, the majority of New Jersey's sights and sounds are related to the cities and towns spread along the Delaware River, the Hudson River, and the various turnpikes. Still, if you prefer getting out into the wild, it is available in places like the beaches along the Jersey shore, or the Mountain Creek ski resort. Visitors can head up to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area or visit the wine country in the Cream Ridge portion of the state.

      Still, with access to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Princeton University, and towns such as Jersey City, New Brunswick, Atlantic City, and Trenton, visitors will be hard-pressed to choose between outdoor activities (such as Six Flags Great Adventure) and more metropolitan-based fun. Regardless of what time of year you decide to come to New Jersey, you should find yourself pleasantly surprised by the atmosphere, food, scenery, and the adventure.
      New Jersey, USA
    • New Brunswick
      New Brunswick is home to the main campus of Rutgers University, New Jersey's largest state school. Affectionately known as "HUB City"( H.U.B. standing for Hospitals, Universities and Bars); the city is home to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, UMDNJ, St. Peter's Hospital and more. Plenty of affordable 'college bars' fill in the gaps along Easton Avenue and the surrounding streets. The central streets are lined with stores where shopping abounds and students can be seen working diligently in the occasional Starbucks or Pizza Parlor. The theaters provide entertainment for all.

      The Rutgers bookstore and Round Grill Mongolian Feast restaurant sit next to each other facing the train station. And don't miss a game played by the Scarlet Knights, New Brunswick has everything from abandoned houses to fancy hotels to fit your need for an adventure, or a lack of one.
      New Brunswick, NJ, USA
    • 4201 Henry Ave
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      4201 Henry Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19144, USA
    • N 6th St & Market St
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      N 6th St & Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
    • 408 S 2nd St
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      408 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19147, USA
    • 1822 Callowhill St
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      1822 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, PA 19130, USA

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    Graphic showing average weather in Trenton in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 0.2 109 32.4 42.9
    Feb 0.5 101 32.9 39.8
    Mar 5 122 41 48
    Apr 10.9 100 51.6 39.4
    May 16.8 107 62.2 42.1
    Jun 21.7 106 71.1 41.7
    Jul 24.5 130 76.1 51.2
    Aug 23.2 146 73.8 57.5
    Sep 19.5 104 67.1 40.9
    Oct 13.5 94 56.3 37
    Nov 7.4 100 45.3 39.4
    Dec 1.7 102 35.1 40.2

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