MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ - A pass for the Old Barracks Museum in Trenton was just added to The Friends of the South Brunswick Public Library’s Museum Pass Program.

The Friends Barracks Pass is good for up to four individuals. Each of the museum passes offered by the Friends program have different borrowing conditions. Join the Friends and check the details for the Pass you want to borrow on the Friends page of the SBPL website. Visit: https://www.sbpl.info/about-us/partners/friends-of-the-library/

For ease of use, the passes are checked out for a total of 4 days, including the date of pick up and the date of return, but are intended for a single day only use by the person reserving the pass and their guests.  The pass cannot be loaned to another person.  Plan your visit accordingly.

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The Old Barracks Museum, also known as Old Barracks, is the only remaining colonial barracks in New Jersey. Following the American Revolution, the Trenton Barracks was used as a military hospital, specializing in smallpox inoculations.

The Museum is open to visitors year round, Monday through Saturday, and is known for the annual Battle of Trenton Reenactments on the Saturday following Christmas.

The Barracks is located at 101 Barrack Street in Trenton. Visit them online at www.barracks.org