The Old Barracks Museum is known for the Battles of Trenton Reenactments during the annual Trenton Patriots Week, but special events occur year-round at the museum. To sign up for monthly emails that announce special events:
"America, We Served!": Three Centuries of African American Soldiers February 25 & 26
Celebrate Black History Month with us at The Old Barracks Museum! Come hear about the brave African American soldiers that helped shape our nation's history!
This Beulah Oliphant Award is presented to New Jersey women in recognition of their outstanding contributions to New Jersey history in historic preservation, education, or scholarship. Join the Old Barracks in recognizing the achievements of Anne Weber, a remarkable woman involved in New Jersey historic preservation.
This event will commemorate the annual departure of British soldiers from their winter quarters at the Trenton Barracks during the French and Indian War from 1758-63, and give visitors a better understanding of the times and people that defined New Jersey’s history as a British colony.
The Old Barracks Museum | 101 Barrack Street, Trenton, NJ 08608 | 609-396-1776 | firstname.lastname@example.org Open Monday - Saturday 10 AM - 5 PM | Tours begin on the hour, last tour begins at 4 PM Closed Sundays, Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Dec. 24, Dec. 25