We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

William Trent House Museum

15 Market St, Trenton, NJ 08611-2147
+1 609-989-3027
Website
Save
Review Highlights
Such a great place.

I never really knew too much about slavery in this area, until I visited the Museum, and other... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2017
mariamcconnaughey
,
Trenton, New Jersey
Piece of history

This is a great place to stop at in Trenton on your Revolutionary Tour. Great for families or by... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2016
katevigg
,
Glen Rock, New Jersey
Read all 16 reviews
Map
Satellite
Map updates are paused. Zoom in to see updated info.
Reset zoom
Updating Map...
Overview
  • Excellent37%
  • Very good45%
  • Average12%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible6%
27 Apr 2017
“Such a great place.”
20 Oct 2016
“Piece of history”
Closed Now
All hours
Hours Today: 12:30 - 16:00
LOCATION
15 Market St, Trenton, NJ 08611-2147
CONTACT
Website
+1 609-989-3027
Write a Review
Reviews (16)
Traveller rating
Traveller type
Time of year
Language

1 - 10 of 16 reviews

Reviewed 27 April 2017

I never really knew too much about slavery in this area, until I visited the Museum, and other history was presented very nicely.

Thank mariamcconnaughey
Reviewed 20 October 2016

This is a great place to stop at in Trenton on your Revolutionary Tour. Great for families or by yourself.

Thank katevigg
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Visited with my wife during a mid west/mid Atlantic road trip. It was a Sunday and we arrived just before it opened at 12.30pm. We were the only visitors during our 75 minute stay and were treated to a very personal guided tour of the...More

Thank Geoffers1817
Reviewed 25 February 2016

Seven of us arrived unannounced about mid day. The pre-entrance is in carriage house next door. The Guide on duty was nice enough to open up the actual house and give us "the tour." They have a number of artifacts from the old days; and...More

Thank Jerry W
Reviewed 28 September 2015

Interesting House and tour with many early American items. Tour of the house takes about 40 minutes.

Thank Robert B
Reviewed 31 August 2015

Long before Washington crossed the Delaware, prosperous merchant William Trent decided to build a beautiful summer home, just north of Philadelphia. He and his young wife, Mary Coddington, shared the home with at least two of their youngest children; first as a vacation spot...then, on...More

Thank Sam R
Reviewed 22 July 2015

i work across the street from the trent house , it was a nice tour , also knowing where the name trenton came from ,

Thank Judi v
Reviewed 13 July 2015

So much goes on here. Check their web site but it is a must see. Hard to believe this is where Trent decided to make is summer home.

Thank Charlestontourist58
Reviewed 19 April 2015

This is by far the oldest building in New Jersey... as if the entire city of Trenton was built around this building! Interestingly, I learned a lot about the erstwhile owner of this house Sir William Trent, and the ways by which the family members...More

1  Thank ketan_ved
Reviewed 30 March 2015

This is a great house. Its builder was a fascinating man, a merchant and shipowner in Philadelphia who made and lost fortunes, bought William Penn's house in Philadelphia and built a country estate further up the Delaware from his. He died in the house on...More

2  Thank cvb1793
Nearby
Nearby Restaurants
Settimo Cielo
81 reviews
.40 miles away
Concerto Fusion Cuisine
55 reviews
.42 miles away
1911 Smokehouse BBQ
15 reviews
.43 miles away
Winckler's Ribs
8 reviews
.54 miles away
Nearby Attractions
Arm & Hammer Park
196 reviews
.73 miles away
Old Barracks Museum
185 reviews
.47 miles away
Actors' Net of Bucks County
10 reviews
.78 miles away
New Jersey State House
51 reviews
.56 miles away
Questions & Answers
Get quick answers from William Trent House Museum staff and past visitors.
Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page.
Posting guidelines
Submit