|New Jersey State House|
The central part of the New Jersey State House is one of the oldest in continuous use in the country. The oldest section was completed in 1792 and additional sections completed in 1848. Some parts burnt down and have been rebuilt. This building is pretty typical of its time based on those that we've seen. Nicely acquainted but not lavish. This was the only Capitol where they would not allow us to do a self guided tour. We were stuck in a guided tour with a group of students, ugh. This limited picture taking options and made us listen to insufferable lessons about New Jersey.