Things to do around Ewing NJ

Final Tour of General Motors Plant in Ewing Township NJ 1998

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Sesame Place

Since opening in 1980, Sesame Place theme park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, has been a premier destination for fun, learning, and entertainment for children and adults alike.

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The Count’s Splash Castle, a multi-level interactive water-play attraction – our largest one ever.
Sesame Place is a children's theme park, located on the outskirts of Langhorne, Pennsylvania based on the Sesame Street television program. It includes a variety of rides, shows, and water attractions suited to young children.
Join Elmo for a spin up into the sky, where the clouds are as close as their imagination.

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Trenton Thunder

Come out to a Trenton Thunder game and you'll experience Minor League Baseball at its best! As the Class AA Affiliate of the New York Yankees, the Thunder offer the highest level of baseball in the state of New Jersey and have been recognized as the "Nation's Best Franchise" for providing an outstanding and unique fan experience while conducting unprecedented community outreach.

Whether you're a resident or visitor to New Jersey or Eastern Pennsylvania, the Thunder are happy to host you and your family for a special night of baseball and entertainment along the banks of the Delaware River.

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The Trenton Thunder is an American Minor League Baseball team based in Trenton, New Jersey, that is the Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees.
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Home baseball park for the Trenton Thunder of the Eastern League serving hot dogs & beer.

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Old Barracks Museum

In 1758, during the French and Indian War, the building now referred to as the Old Barracks was constructed by the colony of New Jersey in direct response to petitions from residents who were protesting compulsory quartering of soldiers in their own homes. Old Barracks preserves the history of this iconic building, while educating the public through daily interpretation of the site, unique programming and a full calendar of special events. We welcome over 12,000 school children a year, from every county in the State who "Meet the Past" and learn about 18th century life in New Jersey. The Old Barracks Museum welcomes visitors from across the state as well as around the world. The building has been a museum for over a century, and has frequently been used as a symbol for the state of New Jersey.

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The Old Barracks Museum, also known as Old Barracks, in Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey, United States, is the only remaining colonial barracks in New Jersey.
The Old Barracks Museum is known for the Battles of Trenton Reenactments during the annual Trenton Patriots Week, but special events occur year-round at the museum.
In 1758, during the French and Indian War, the building now referred to as the Old Barracks was constructed by the colony of New Jersey in direct response to petitions from residents who were protesting compulsory quartering of soldiers in their own homes.

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