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Apples and Archaeology at the Trent House Museum
September 23 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
4th ANNUAL APPLES & ARCHAEOLOGY DAY
RAIN OR SHINE
Saturday, September 23, 1-3PM
Free ice cream and tours of the Museum for all visitors
Fun for children and adults!
Plenty of free parking
Celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday at the Trent House for our 4th Annual Apples & Archaeology Day. Make apple cider with an old-fashioned press. Visit our new Apple Orchard and learn about plans for its dedication this October!
Activity stations for children will include: making apple mobiles, and making apple pomander balls!
Kids will also have the chance to discover archaeology at the Trent House and participate in a mock dig.
Listed in both the State and National Registers of Historic Places and designated a National Historic Landmark, the meticulously restored 1719 William Trent House and historic kitchen garden continue to reward visitors with a glimpse into pre-revolutionary life in America and its interpretation of William Trent’s lifestyle and diverse household. Owned and maintained by the City of Trenton and operated by the Trent House Association, the historic house museum is regularly open to the public for tours Wednesday through Sunday, 12:30 to 4 pm and by appointment for school and group tours. Located at 15 Market Street in Trenton, adjacent to the Hughes Justice Complex. Ample free parking.
For more information and driving directions click here or call 609-989-3027.