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It is at the Washington Crossing State Park, on Christmas night 1776, that George Washington led his army over the Delaware River to execute a surprise attack on Trenton, capturing the Hessian garrison and turning the tide of the American Revolution. Examine almost 600 artifacts from the Revolutionary War era and learn more at the Washington Crossing Visitor Center Museum. Interpretive programs and lectures are available with advance reservations. Strolling through the park also discover the Ferry House, Nelson House and open air theater. The 1,400 acre park also features miles of hiking and biking trails, fishing and makes for a great picnic spot. In winter, enjoy cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. There is a small day-use fee to enter from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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