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A short, but informative trip that set the stage for the "Ten Crucial Days" in late 1776. The museum is small, but has a good collection and is well labeled. The 27 minute video on the Crossing and the campaign is well done and helps...More
We went here on a quiet weekday morning so didn’t have to pay to get in. Parking was fine, my husband was interested in the museum but it’s not very accessible for children, which was a shame because our son absolutely loves history and was...More
We come here often. It is very historic, of course, the spot where George Washington crossed the Delaware River. The park is pretty large, very quiet and not overcrowded. There is a $5 entrance fee per carload. Senior citizens can apply for a card that...More
My wife and I frequently take walks in the park. There is a decent variety of terrain and, of course, a tremendous amount of critical American history. Highly recommended. A nice little museum, a nature center and a variety of programs all year round.
Visitor's center museum is interesting but not too large. The best thing about it was the half hour film about the important 10 days here that changed the war. Cost for the film was $1 but worth it if you are into learning about the...More
We volunteered to help with trail maintenance in preparation for a trail run next weekend. I was not aware of the many hiking trails in this park. The park is quiet and relatively clean and not over crowded. We were told by a volunteer that...More
It's up the road from where Washington crossed the Delaware, so this park is just capitalizing on that. Free to go to visitor center and museum, but there is a parking fee until Labor Day (more on weekends.) Plus, there's a $1 charge to watch...More
My oldest son and I spent a day exploring Washington Crossing State Park in Titusville, N.J. The $5.00 week-end entry fee per car gives you the run of the entire park. There are several trails to walk that are breath taking and you'll receive a...More