Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
187 US 130 & 206
Bordentown, NJ 08505
Phone: (609) 298-5000
Fax: (609) 298-5009
Arts & Museums
Originally constructed in 1758, this newly renovated structure now serves as a living history museum that features gallery exhibits, tours and summer camps. It is available for group rentals.
Artworks is an art school with a gallery that offers changing exhibits of contemporary art, and is equipped with an experienced and knowledgeable staff.
This Italianate townhouse features fine wood work, wonderful period furnishings, antique accessories, and much more.
The New Jersey State Museum (NJSM) traces its origins back to 1895, and now stands as a proud testament to the region's natural history, archaeology, and industrial legacies. Over the decades, private donations added to the ever-increasing collection of specimens. North American Art, Indian Art, Decorative & Fine Arts are well-represented at this treasure house. The planetarium is a hit with kids who are always fascinated with stories of space odysseys, constellations, nebulae and galaxies. Check website for more information on the permanent exhibits, upcoming exhibitions and events.
Boehm is a world-renowned porcelain manufacturer, and offers tours of a four-room gallery that is filled with exquisite porcelain artworks.
Cybis is the oldest Porcelain arts studio in America, and produces porcelain items of insurmountable beauty that are a collector's dream; each piece is individually handmade and painted, with no pieces ever being made exactly the same.
Trinity Cathedral is host to a variety and series of concerts and other cultural events.
"Dedicated to preserving and interpreting Burlington County's nationally significant history," the Burlington County Historical Society manages the Bard-How House, Captain James Lawrence House, James Fenimore Cooper House, a purpose built museum and the Deliah Biddle-Pugh Historical and Genealogical Reference Library, which is open on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. BCHS is open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
Built in 1911, it was designed by Robert Mills, the first professionally trained architect among the native-born Americans. The Burlington County Prison Museum remained a jailhouse till 1965 and has the distinction of being the oldest functioning prison in the nation at the time of its closure. This National Historic Landmark's domed ceilings and stone-brick architecture made it fireproof and maintenance free. It is among the fine examples of creative interior designing, heating, ventilation and fireproofing for criminal rehabilitation. Though the management did nothing of that sort and followed the path of penal form. It is also known for many paranormal activities occurring in various sites. Get a glimpse of prison life that spanned 154 years and come back richer appreciating life even more.
Growden Mansion is a 17th-century estate in Bensalem Township. Located along the Neshaminy Creek, this landmark is also called Trevose Manor. It is named after the former owners of this property, the Growden family. The manor is now a museum run by the Historical Society of Bensalem Township. Take a guided tour of the place and view yesteryear memorabilia, preserved bullet holes, and a testament of the Colonial era.
One of the best museums in the country boasting over 72,000 artifacts, the Princeton University Art Museum enjoys its location on the grassy campus of the Princeton University. The collections are stunning and cover ancient Islamic Art, Asian Art, lithographs, prints, photographs, pottery, sculpture, African and European Art from across several centuries. Admission is always free.
This museum features an extensive and varied collection of art, including over sixty thousand works from diverse cultures and times that include ancient to contemporary works from Europe, the Mediterranean, Latin America, China, the United States, and more.