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New Jersey Adventure to Do

Atlantic City and The Boardwalk

Atlantic City is better known for its famed Boardwalk, one of the most popular coastal beach towns on the northeastern coast of the US. This four-mile-long promenade was built in 1870 and remains the location where most of the attractions of the city are situated to this day.

Old Victorian Cape May

During the 18th and 19th centuries, when they enjoyed their heyday as a trendy resort town, the many attractions of Cape May, on the southern tip of New Jersey in Delaware Bay, were largely discovered by the affluent. The fact that six US presidents had their summer homes here was so popular.

Explore New things

New Jersey is home to a number of top-notch tourist destinations, including being one of the smallest states in the United States. New Jersey is a state worth visiting, from national parks and areas of outstanding natural beauty to fine museums and historic sites.

Cape May County Park & Zoo

Owing to the numerous activities to do and free admission, Cape May County Park & Zoo is a popular destination for families. A variety of recreational facilities are offered by the city park, all of which are free and open to the public, including hiking and biking trails, a disco golf course, basketball and tennis courts, and a number of other outdoor playgrounds. It is packed with picnic tables and grills, too.

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

During the 18th and 19th centuries, when they enjoyed their heyday as a trendy resort town, the many attractions of Cape May, on the southern tip of New Jersey in Delaware Bay, were largely discovered by the affluent. The fact that six US presidents had their summer homes here was so popular.

Princeton and the Battlefield State Park

Princeton, a small town, owes its international reputation to its university and its associated scientific institutes, including the Institute for Advanced Study, where Albert Einstein’s final work was carried out. The 1,600-acre school grounds, built in 1756, are wonderful to visit, and one of the best ways to do so is to experience the student tour program (last hour tours).