The New Jersey State Capitol Building is in Trenton. It is the third oldest State House still in continuous use in the Nation. The other two are Maryland and Virginia. It is unusual when compared to most Capitol Buildings because it doesn’t try to look like the Nation’s Capitol. It is built in an H shape and the dome is tucked in the center. You can barely see the dome. It isn’t in a park setting either. It is surrounded with other legislative buildings. You can walk up to it from the street. It can be seen from the Delaware river which runs past the back. It was built in 1790. It has been expanded many times, and parts of the back buildings actually have peeling paint. There are pretty fountains a bit beyond the State House, and you can park right out in front on the street.