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We can’t wait to see you! Plan your visit and purchase your advance online tickets today! To ensure capacity is managed safely, timed tickets or member reservations are required, all visitors must reserve in advance Hours: Thursday – Monday, 10am

Trenton, NJ—The gates at The Old Barracks Museum are being reopened to visitors on Thursday, July 2. Tickets to see the National Historic Landmark must be pre-purchased online at www.barracks.org at least one day prior to visiting. Masks are required

New Jerseyans are free to celebrate the Fourth of July with a bang amid the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration announced Sunday. But onlookers on legal firework displays hosted by towns or private groups still need to adhere to the restrictions on

The Municipality, local businesses, the Arts Council of Princeton, Sustainable Princeton, Princeton University, and the Princeton Merchants Association are collaborating to facilitate the safe and successful reopening of the restaurants, businesses and retail stores that have been closed due to

We are excited to welcome guests back to Terhune Orchards Vineyard & Winery. Starting on June 19, the winery will be open Friday, Saturday & Sundays.  In the open space of our apple orchard, the winery will have outdoor seating

THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2020, 1:00PM OPENING UP NEW JERSEY Governor Murphy is gradually re-opening New Jersey’s economy, with non-essential retailers and restaurants allowed to resume in-person business on June 15. Limited personal services, such as hair salons, follow suit starting

In the coming weeks, New Jersey will begin “Stage 2” of its COVID-19 recovery plan including the reopening of outdoor dining, nonessential retail stores, barbershops and salons, and fitness and health clubs, all with restrictions such as capacity limits, Gov.

Outdoor Dining and Indoor, Non-Essential Retail Allowed as of June 15th Hair Salons and Barber Shops May Reopen on June 22nd TRENTON – As part of his restart and recovery plan, “The Road Back: Restoring Economic Health Through Public Health,” Governor

The new bridges are now complete and Alexander Street is back open. Turning Basin Park has also been reopened. The pavillion/picnic area cannot be reserved at this time. Park goers should practice social distancing and wear face coverings. https://www.princetonnj.gov/

TRENTON – As part of New Jersey’s Road Back, Governor Phil Murphy today signed Executive Order No. 142, permitting the resumption of non-essential construction, curbside pickup at non-essential retail businesses, and car gatherings for the purpose of drive-through and drive-in