USS New Jersey Silver Returns to the Battleship

The Tiffany silverware for the USS New Jersey was packed up and transported from

Drumthwacket, the New Jersey Governor’s residence in Princeton, NJ, and brought back to the Battleship

New Jersey Museum and Memorial, on the Camden Waterfront, NJ,  today.  The Battleship and the

Governor’s office agreed on a deal to share the silver for guests to see.  The silverware is currently on display

in the Captain’s Cabin.  Guests who take the Fire Power tour can check out the silver, which will be on display

throughout the spring and summer.


The silver collection, which consists of a punch bowl, cups  anddishes, will be displayed in the Captain’s

Cabin.  Invited guests to the Battleship’s Commissioning Anniversary ceremony on Monday, May 23 will be shown

the silver following the ceremony on the forecastle (forward deck) at 6:30pm.


Check out this video of the silver collection arriving at the Battleship:…/ent…/2016/05/20/84673376/


Located on the Delaware River, along the Camden Waterfront across from the City of

Philadelphia, the Battleship is open every day for tours from 9:30am to 5pm. Experience

the best view of the Independence Week Fireworks over the Delaware River on

Saturday, July 2.  The annual Battleship Blast will feature a Surf n Turf dinner, open

bar, entertainment and the unique view of the fireworks at dusk!  Tickets are a $175

donation per person and sponsorships are available.  All proceeds go to the on-going

restoration of our nation’s most decorated battleship.  For more information, call

866-877-6262 ext 144 or visit