Old Barracks Museum, Trenton
Categories: Military Museums, Landmarks, Museums, Tourist Spots
The Old Barracks was at the center of the Battle(s) of Trenton, 1776, and was used by the British and Hessians. Later, it served as a military hospital and was the site of perhaps the world's first large-scale smallpox inoculations.Take a look at our Trenton trip generator to schedule your visit to Old Barracks Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Pure history. Fun for different ages. For a full day trip, go here and then walk to the NJ State Museum/Planetarium. There's a museum, gift shop, and different types of rooms inside. Tour guides have ... read more »
Old barracks for soldiers during French Indian war. Nice exhibits and guided tour. School age children will definitely gain a lot knowledge on history and even inoculation and vaccination . visited on... read more »
We decided to visit here in a trip from Ontario because it was cheap and seemed like a neat tour. Definitely not worth more than what they charge, but totally worth the 8 dollars. Not a lot to see and... read more »
very well run.very pleasant and friendly staff-well informed and enthusiastic.well maintained.good historic site
Really cool museum with enthusiastic and very knowledgeable staff.
These barracks are build in 1758 and they were used in 1776 by the Hessian troops who supported the British during the Revolutionary War.
Very cool museum in the heart of Trenton.
Capt. Gerry Hare
A Great place to relive American Revolution History
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