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New Jersey State House Tours4 days ago

Celebrating National Arts in Education Week! Sheridan's Ride (1887) by artist and Medal of Honor recipient Julian A. Scott (1846–1901). The painting depicts the famous ride of General Phil Sheridan on October 19, 1864 from Winchester, Virginia to the battlefield at Cedar Creek. He rode...

New Jersey State House Tours
New Jersey State House Tours1 week ago

Celebrating National Arts in Education Week! This portrait of George Washington, which hangs in the General Assembly Chamber, is by Thomas Hicks (1823-1890), the first cousin of the more famous painter Edward Hicks, and was commissioned by the Legislature in 1879. Hicks was born in...

New Jersey State House Tours
New Jersey State House Tours3 weeks ago

#OTD August 31, 1776 William Livingston was elected NJ's first governor. Under NJ's first constitution (1776-1844), governors were elected by the legislature for one-year terms with no term limits. Livingston served 14 one-year terms from 1776 to 1790.

New Jersey State House Tours
New Jersey State House Tours3 weeks ago

Volunteer at the State House! The Tour Office relies on dedicated volunteers to welcome New Jersey citizens, school students, tourists and political organizations to the seat of State government. Classes are forming now. Call the Tour Office at 609-847-3150 for details.

New Jersey State House Tours
New Jersey State House Tours1 month ago

Summer is wonderful time to visit Trenton! Tours of the State House are offered Monday - Friday, and on 1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month. Call the Tour Office for details, 609-847-3150.

#visithistorictrenton #njstatehousetours

New Jersey State House Tours
New Jersey State House Tours2 months ago

It is a beautiful summer day in Trenton to enjoy the State House and the plaza! Come tour with us 10am - 3pm. Call for tour information at 609-847-3150.

#njstatehousetours #visithistorictrenton #beautifulday #njhistory

1 day ago
#OnThisDay in @philly1787 , the delegates of the Constitutional Convention signed the document they had created to replace the Articles of Confederation. New Jersey's signers included: David Brearly, Jonathan Dayton
William Livingston, and William Paterson. #ConstitutionDay https://t.co/nk4W7W2tMy
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4 days ago
The New Jersey State House is open for tours on Saturday, September 15, 12pm - 3pm. Please enter through the Annex. Call the Tour Office for more information. 609-847-3150. @Visit_NJ

#Daytrip #Trenton #njstatehousetours https://t.co/xgAnWicmVr
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4 days ago
Celebrating National Arts in Education Week! Sheridan's Ride (1887) by Julian A. Scott (1846–1901). The painting depicts the famous ride of General Phil Sheridan on October 19, 1864 from Winchester, Virginia to the battlefield at Cedar Creek. #publicart #ArtsEdWeek @SUVCW https://t.co/emDMDTBxMb StateHouseTours photo
6 days ago
Celebrating National Arts in Education Week! Tiles made by the Trent Tile Company decorate the General Assembly wing hallway and offices. Trenton’s ceramic industry produced porcelain, art pottery, decorative tiles & bathroom fixtures. #publicart #ArtsEdWeek #visithistorictrenton https://t.co/zV9iKCZO9o StateHouseTours photo
1 week ago
Celebrating National Arts in Education Week! Murals surrounding the upper walls of the NJ State Senate Chamber were painted under the direction of William Brantley Van Ingen (1858-1955). He based them on the State motto of Liberty and Prosperity.

#publicart #ArtsEdWeek https://t.co/tDkgaZvQ8E
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3 weeks ago
#OTD August 31, 1776 William Livingston was elected NJ's first governor. Under NJ's first constitution (1776-1844), governors were elected by the legislature for one-year terms with no term limits. Livingston served 14 one-year terms from 1776 to 1790.

#visithistorictrenton https://t.co/X3A2WGpQCz
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