April 7, 2010
“Design Matters” is the theme of National Architecture Week, which runs from April 12th to 16th. One of the ways AIA-NJ is celebrating is with an architectural display at the NJ State House.
The display of architectural projects prepared by a number of AIA-NJ architecture firms will be featured in the State House outside of Café NJ in Gold Finch Square. The display is open to the public for view from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday during Architecture Week.
If you will be visiting the area, stop by. The State House also offers guided tours, coordinate your visit to do both, so you can do both. Tours are normally each day from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, every hour. However we recommend visitors contact the State House‘s Office of Public Information to verify tour times in advance.
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