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The Trenton Barracks was constructed in 1758 by the colony of New Jersey as winter quarters for British regulars during the French and Indian War. During the American Revolution, it was occupied by the Continental Army following the Battles of Trenton and used as an army hospital assigned to inoculate soldiers against smallpox. The Old Barracks Museum is a registered National and State Historical Landmark, fully accredited by the American Association of Museums, striving to preserve colonial life and portray the American Revolution through living history “Meet the Past” educational programs, exhibits, re-enactments, lectures and special events. Open daily 10am-5pm


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