Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Trenton
A well-planned locality, West State Street is filled with many iconic structures. The most important among them is the New Jersey State House. Take an inside tour of the government building to explore state legislature house, assembly and senate. The tree-lined streets are also ideal for a stroll.
The smallest residential neighborhood in Trenton, East Ward houses the Trenton railway station and main schools of the city. The area offers shelter to Italian community. While roaming in the area you will find a lot of Italian restaurants as well as pizzerias.
Getting its name from New Jersey's first industrial site, the neighborhood of Mill Hill has a great historic importance in the American Revolutionary War. You can see the re-enaction of the war during the Patriots Week at the Mill Hill Park. Architecture lovers will love to explore the restored Georgetown-like brick houses.