Before & After: Old Barracks Museum

We’re lucky here in New Jersey that we are surrounded by American history. The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton is one of those historical gems. The Barracks were built in 1758 to house British soldiers during the French and Indian war. During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington and his troops crossed Delaware river to surprise the Hessian troops staying in the Barracks. Now, the Old Barracks Museum serves as an educational museum as well as an event space.

We installed Armstrong Prime Harvest 3/4″ x 5″ oak wood flooring in “Gunstock” in their Founder’s Room event space.

The newly renovated room looks great and will be home to many exciting events in the future.

 

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Photo courtesy of the Old Barracks

Thank you to the Old Barracks for use of their photos.

Renovating your space? Contact Dan Higgins Wood Flooring.

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