Old Mill Hill Society Events

Celebrate the beauty of spring at the 31st annual Garden Tour on Saturday, June 11th from 12pm-5pm! Residents of Trenton’s Historic Mill Hill Neighborhood will open their unique gardens, big and small, to any and all visitors, garden lovers, and architecture buffs. About 15 gardens and public spaces will be open. Come take a look behind the house facades to see the private sanctuaries and public spaces of the neighborhood, including several gardens that are new this year!

Tickets are available online for the top of every hour, or purchase tickets day-of at Artworks. Children under 12 can attend for free. Please respect any masking preferences indicated by signage at each garden entrance at the owner’s discretion. Children under 12 can attend for free. Please respect any masking preferences indicated by signage at each garden entrance at the owner’s discretion. 

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See you on the tour.

The tour begins at Artworks located at 19 Everett Alley and South Stockton Street, Trenton. Free parking is available in the Artworks lot at the beginning of the tour.
Artworks is located at 19 Everett Alley Trenton, NJ 08611
Visit the Artworks Website for directions.

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The tour is run and organized by the Old Mill Hill Society and the residents of Mill Hill. It has played an important role in the historic restoration of the neighborhood. Money raised by the tour funds preservation grants that assist homeowners in maintaining the Trenton Landmarks Commission for Historic Preservation Standards that have helped make the neighborhood what it is today.

Transit:
You don’t have to drive to Mill Hill. Public transport is easily accessible. The Trenton Train Station is only a short walk away as is the River Line, which runs south toward Camden along the Delaware River. Several bus routes have stops close to the neighborhood.


The OMHS acknowledges the support of the City of Trenton, Department of Recreation, Natural Resources and Culture, and the Division of Culture.