Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
187 US 130 & 206
Bordentown, NJ 08505
Phone: (609) 298-5000
Fax: (609) 298-5009
The Roebling Machine Shop is an industrial estate located in Trenton, New Jersey. Built in 1890, the company was known as one of the leading suppliers of steel wire rope in its heydays. Built by Roebling and Charles, the building features Industrial Basilica style architecture. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
Trenton City Hall was built in 1907. This iconic building is an example of the Renaissance style of architecture. Spread over two floors, it houses several municipal offices and civic departments including the mayor’s office. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
The monumental First Presbyterian Church in Trenton, Mercer County is precisely located at East State Street. It was constructed in 1727 and famed Henry Collin Minton took over the reins as a pastor in 1902. It strives to build faith and love through its various activities, worship and learning programs. It also features in the National Register of Historic Places.
Spread over 35 acres, Grounds For Sculpture is a sprawling park that has dedicated itself to promoting a love for contemporary sculpture. Permanent outdoor sculptures attract visitors while an indoor center changes exhibits regularly. Check website for details.
The history of The Historic Trenton Masonic Temple can be traced back to the early 1900s. The beautiful interiors are divided in 3 floors. The first floor is used as a venue for private events and the upper floors are used as lodges.
St. Michael's Church is a historic church established in 1748. Constructed in the Gothic Revival style of architecture, it was designed by Augustine M. and VanKirk. This beautiful church is functional and has been a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 because of its great historic significance.
Built in 1790, the New Jersey State House is one of the oldest capitol buildings in the United States in continuous use. Some additions were made, but the building attained its current size in 1911. Notable features of the State House include the golden dome, the unusal H-shape of the building, and its urban setting. Tours are available which include visits to the assembly chamber galleries, rotunda and Governor's Office reception room.
Commemorating the Battle of Trenton in 1776, this monument towers above the city in the Five Points neighborhood. Finally completed in 1893, the Trenton Battle Monument is a column-like structure rising 150 feet into the air. Atop the monument is an observation which is reached by the hidden elevator within the column. Crowning the monument is a bronzed statue of George Washington and 13 lights representing the first colonies.
Calhoun Street Bridge is a 1274 foot (388.3-meter) long iron bridge that stretches across the Delaware River. It connects the cities of Trenton, NJ and Morrisville, PA. Designed in the truss style, it features on the National Register of Historic Places.
A significant highlight of the region of Pennsylvania is the Fallsington Historic District. It spans over approximately 170 acres (69 hectares) of land cover. The buildings are splendid and their rustic-yet-aesthetic appearance further enhances the beauty. The architectural styles utilized are mostly Colonial, Late Victorian and Federal. Carrying a history that boasts of more than 300 years, the district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. It encompasses 62 buildings, two objects and one contributing site.
Spread across 2500 acres and 3 counties of New Jersey, the Mercer County Park offers visitors a fleet of adventurous activities to choose from. Sports enthusiasts too can avail of tennis, ice-skating, mountain hiking, boating and fishing facilities. Check website for details.
The Slate Hill Cemetery is a beautiful piece of land that features burials dating back to the 18th Century. Touted to be one of the foremost cemetery grounds of the Bucks County, the cemetery also comprises graves of African American soldiers who fought in the Civil War.