Trenton, New Jersey is a dynamic, active city rooted in history. From museums and historic sites to outdoor markets and a thriving nightlife, this capitol city offers all of the flavor and grit you’d expect from an urban metro hub.
Historic sites include the New Jersey State House, the second oldest capitol in the country. Original construction of this building can be dated back to 1792 when the city was first incorporated.
The William Trent House was built in the 1710s and is the oldest building in Trenton. The granite Trenton Battle Monument, built in 1893, stands an impressive 150 feet high. The Old Barracks Museum dates back to 1758, and the Contemporary Victorian Museum dates to 1840.
See the opera or the Trenton Symphony Orchestra, shop the nearby Pennington Outdoor Market, meet friends at a local pub — renting an apartment in Trenton will put you at the heart of this vital, diverse city.