New Jersey State House
125 W. State St.,
Trenton, NJ 08625
The New Jersey State House is the second oldest capitol in continuous use in the US. It's home to the executive and legislative branches of New Jersey government since 1792.
Visitors can see the Governor's office, restored rotundas, legislative chambers and caucus rooms.
The annex houses legislative offices and committee rooms where public hearings are held. It also contains many interesting architectural details and commissioned artwork.
Free guided tours are available weekdays from 10 am - 3 pm and Sat., noon - 3 pm. Reservations required for 10 or more.
Within the State House visitors can walk in the footsteps of Abraham Lincoln and Woodrow Wilson to discover the building’s rich past and architectural history.
Visitors will also learn about New Jersey’s legislative process and how to participate in the shaping of public policy.
Free, one-hour guided tours are offered hourly, Mon. - Fri., 10 am - 3 pm and the 1st & 3rd Sat., noon - 3pm. Closed Sun. and state holidays.
Call for reservations and to confirm tour times as days and times are subject to change, 609-633-2709.