In the area immediately surrounding the golden dome of the New Jersey State House and Annex is the New Jersey State Museum. After extensive renovations, the museum’s main building re-opened with exhilarating new exhibits that celebrate the state’s artistic and cultural life.
Just across the street from the State House is the New Jersey World War II Memorial that honors and pays tribute to the courage and sacrifices of out "Greatest Generation."
The War Memorial contains Patriots Theater, which hosts world-class artists and entertainers, including the American Ballet Theater, The Philadelphia Orchestra and dozens of world-class entertainers.
Located between the State House and the War Memorial is the Old Barracks Museum. The only original French and Indian War Barracks still standing in the U.S. It was base to Hessian soldiers at the first battle of Trenton during the American Revolutionary War.