Nestled along the Delaware River, Bordentown City has been a key center of American history, commerce and transportation since its founding in 1682.
The city is located at the northern tip of Burlington County, bordered to the east by Bordentown Township and to the north by Hamilton Township in Mercer County. Visitors and business professionals can easily access Bordentown City’s historic sites dating back to the American Revolution, through a network of connecting roads that include the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstates 295 and 195 and Routes 130 and 206. The city is linked to the Northeast Rail Corridor by the New Jersey Transit River Line and offers bus services through New Jersey Transit.
Because of its excellent transportation infrastructure, Bordentown also offers quick and easy access to the cultural and commercial centers of New York, Philadelphia, Princeton and Trenton.
Our “little city with a lot of charm” is not only rich with historical landmarks but offers a modern community for its residents. Visit downtown Bordentown with its wide variety of stores for your shopping pleasure and enjoy dining at one of our many fine restaurants.