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Things to do in New Jersey
Atlantic City - enjoy shopping an the Atlantic City Boardwalk
The Boardwalk along the seafront at Atlantic City makes for a great starting off point to explore the numerous shopping opportunities that are available, as many of the streets where the best shops and restaurants can be found, all lead down to the sea front. There are also a large number of shops along the Boardwalk, itself making it one of the best shopping area on the Atlantic Seaboard.
Atlantic City - experience the broadwalk on a Royal Rolling Chair
The Boardwalk at Atlantic City is famous for its shopping and different activities, but it can often be too hot for visitors. If this is the case then rent one of the Royal Rolling Chairs, which provide you with seating for up to 3 adults and can be moved from place to place, by simply pushing along the boardwalk, whilst those that are seated, can enjoy the shade the canopy provides.
Fort Lee - see the sunset at the George Washington Bridge
Joining New Jersey to Manhattan Island, the George Washington Bridge is the only one in the whole of New York that crosses the Hudson River. Built from steel in 1931, the exposed uprights look like something from a sci-fi movie and during sunsets take on a mysterious and beautiful appearance, as the light reflects off the bare steel. A great photographic opportunity, and a good place to see the city, as it stands over 600 feet, above the water.
Hoboken - take the Frank Sinatra self guided walking tour
Everyone has heard of Frank Sinatra, but few know that he came from the small town of Hoboken, where he grew up playing on the streets of the town. Take the walking tour by using the maps provided and see where he went to school, where he sang in his parents bar at the Marty O’Briens as well as the houses that he lived in during his younger life. The beauty of this tour is that you can decide the speed at which you want to go around, and where you want to spend more time to stop off, look and reflect.
Jersey City - explore the historic City Hall
The City Hall in Jersey City has been home of the local government since its completion in 1896. Its white marble exterior makes for an imposing sight, and stands out from the more modern buildings in the district.. Its interior is beautifully furnished, including the main chamber, which is available for viewing when the council is not sitting, while other parts of the building reflect the changes that have been made over the last 100 years.
Jersey City - take a bicycle guided tour along the waterfront
To see New Jersey from a different angle take a bicycle guided tour along the Waterfront. This will allow you to take in the history of the city whilst admiring the impressive Manhattan skyline on the other side of the Hudson River. The guides can tell you the background of the buildings that you pass. Take a ferry across to Ellis Island and see the Statue of Liberty, and also the arrival hall, that was the point of entry for many early immigrants to the United States.
Newark - catch a show at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Located in the center of Newark, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, has been important for culture in the city since its opening in 1997. Since opening it has had well over 6 million visitors and is home to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, who have won Grammy Awards for their performances. They regularly give performances in the impressive 2,000 seater auditorium. The center also offers workshops to residents and schools in the area, giving residents the chance to explore and experience, different facets of the performing arts.
Newark - experience the sanctuary at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Few know of the conflict that arose during the construction of the beautiful building, Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark. Its complexity meant that construction took nearly 55 years. The wait was worth it as the building contains, grand gothic interiors and amazing colour stained glass. As well as being beautiful it is also a very tranquil place to worship. This is a must be place to visit, when you are visiting the city.
Secaucus - explore the wetlands and view the widlife
The wetlands around Secaucus have long been important to the success of the town. They were used for reed growing in the past and today are preserved as a important wetlands and marshlands zone, that are home to thousands of different birds. Parts of the marshland have been developed to create ponds at low tide to sustain the wildlife, and there are opportunities to do kayaking and canoeing as well as a number of picnic areas.
Secaucus - spend the day at the Plaza at Harmon Meadow
The Plaza at Harmon Meadow offers residents and visitors to Secaucus an ideal opportunity to shop until they drop. Here shoppers with discover a range of different stores from large retail companies to small boutique shops, that have unique products on dispaly and for sale. There are also a large number of restaurants to choose from as well as a 14 theatre cinema complex, making the Plaza an excellent entertainment zone for families and friends.
Introduction of New Jersey
New Jersey is a densely populated state located on the eastern seaboard just south of New York City. Almost the entire state can be considered part of the greater New York City statistical area, and indeed the state is part of the famed Northeast megalopolis extending from Washington DC north to Boston. Naturally, the state has a thriving economy that enjoys a flood of business and pleasure travelers year round. Some of the most popular locations for New Jersey hotels are in Trenton, Cherry Hill, Newark and of course, the ever popular Atlantic City. The famous Jersey Shore is known throughout New England as a popular tourist destination. Here visitors will find a number of beautiful oceanfront New Jersey hotels. Of course, not all New Jersey hotels are found in the big cities. New Jersey is known as the Garden State, so be sure to investigate some of the hotels in the Jersey countryside while you are visiting as well.