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Trenton,NJ Charter Bus Rental Service

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Trenton is the capital city of New Jersey and it is bordered by Pennsylvania on the Delaware River. For history buffs there are plenty to see and discover. Trenton boasts plenty of several museums that include the New Jersey State Museum and the Old Barracks Museum.

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The State House and Mill Hill Historic Districts feature scores of colonial structures. In Trenton, you can also enjoy Cadawalder and Washington State Parks, which both offer numerous charming historic sites and recreational activities. In the marina area, you can watch boats embark on their journey up the Trent-Severn Waterway. You can take a relaxing walk through the streets of Trenton. Come and see the local architecture, dating back to the turn of the 20th century.

Trenton is well known as the gateway to the Trent-Severn Waterway and is the perfect location for the anglers and boaters. Trenton downtown is celebrated for two marinas, boat launches, fishing piers and a abundance of shopping and amusement choices.

Trenton is much celebrated for its fantastic Ridge Peach Festival. The festival has lots of food vendors, crafters, children’s rides and a great parade. The Fraser Park Marina is one of the stops along Trenton's stretch of the Waterfront Trail, a stunning walking trail that links Trenton with Hamilton along Lake Ontario.