The William Trent House Museum
15 Market St.
Trenton, NJ 08611
(609) 989-3027

Step back almost 300 years in time and visit the oldest building in New Jersey's capital city of Trenton and once home to the man for whom the city is named.  Visit the 1719 William Trent House Museum and you will gain an amazing insight into the many layers of colonial life during the early 18th century.  Later in the century, the Trent House played a role in the First and Second Battles of Trenton during the American Revolution. The 1719 William Trent House Museum is owned, maintained and operated by the City of Trenton with support from the Trent House Association. It is listed on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places and was declared a National Landmark by the United States Congress.  For more information visit them at:
Museum Gift Shop The Best Chamber The Front Parlor The Visitor Center The Front Chamber The Entry and Stair Hall
The Kitchen Area The William Trent House Museum A Servant's Hat
The William Trent House Quills and Inkwells The Entry Hall The Green Chamber The Kitchen The Best Parlor