New Jersey Trip Ideas

It's Never too early to begin planning your next New Jersey getaway vacation! Let our Articles, Trip Ideas and Itineraries inspire your plans.

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  • New Jersey’s Beautiful Waterways

    Recreational boating is a favorite pastime of many New Jerseyans. With 127 miles of ocean coastline and 157 miles of Delaware Bay and River waters, plus inland lakes, rivers...
  • Critical Revolutionary War Battles in New Jersey

    June 2012 marks the 234th anniversary of the largest field artillery battle of the American Revolution, the Battle of Monmouth. The battle was of critical importance to...
  • Liberty State Park

    With dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Liberty State Park draws four million guests a year. Located within the 1,212-acre park is...
  • Liberty Science Center

    Liberty Science Center (LSC) in Jersey City offers visitors of all ages informal insight into science and technology. Visitors can discover the joy and excitement of...
  • Long Branch Jazz Fest

    Part of the Jersey Shore Jazz Blues Festival, Long Branch Jazz Fest marks the close of the Jazz and Blues Series, as well as the end of the summer season. It is one of three...
  • Atlantic City’s New, Exciting Attractions

    Atlantic City is continuously changing, and adding new and varied attractions to make each visit more exciting than the last. The recent expansion of Atlantic City's Tanger...
  • Atlantic City’s Action-Packed Beach

    Atlantic City draws millions of visitors annually to enjoy its world-class casino resorts, headline entertainers and famous Boardwalk. Atlantic City's signature summer event...
  • The Other “Garden State”

    While New Jersey is referred to as the "Garden State" because of its farms and fresh produce, the state also has breathtaking gardens and arboretums gracing every region....
  • The Camden Waterfront

    The Camden Waterfront has a range of attractions that will interest the entire family. For openers, there's the Battleship New Jersey, America's most decorated...
  • Boutique Hotels

    Upscale, luxurious, stylish, chic. To see an ultra-sophisticated portion of New Jersey's already extraordinary portfolio of hotels, inns and bed breakfasts, look no further...
  • What’s Brewing: A Beer Lover's Guide

    Brewies are a great way to check out the local flavor. There are dozens of breweries across the state that offer tastings of their products when they are at their freshest....
  • Family Friendly Attractions

    Begin your journey at the renovated and expanded Liberty Science Center. With almost entirely new exhibitions, it now offers an even greater learning experience -...
  • New Jersey: The Innovation State

    From the inventions of Edison and the theories of Einstein to the breakthroughs that beckon at the dawn of the 21st century, New Jersey and innovation are synonymous with...
  • The Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll?

    "(We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock" became a smash with nightclub audiences and went on to be the first rock 'n' roll song to hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts, selling...
  • Swim, Bike Explore Sandy Hook

    Located on a thin peninsula that juts into lower New York Harbor, the Sandy Hook Unit of Gateway National Recreation Area is a park that draws more than two million visitors...
  • Underwater Treasures

    New Jersey's coast provides divers and fishermen a bounty of underwater places to explore and a rich supply of marine life that includes great lobster finds. Along with...
  • MetLife Sports Complex

    Year-Round Sports, Entertainment and More Looking for the optimal mix of accessibility, state-of-the-art amenities and first-class dining for special events in the tri-state...
  • Call of the Wild

    Meadowlands Environment Center Class is always in session at the information-rich Meadowlands Environment Center in Lyndhurst. GO FOR: After checking out the center's...
  • Atlantic City’s Fabulous Beach

    What do the words "Atlantic City " bring to mind? Casinos? Money? Nightlife? The Boardwalk? Back in the late 1800s, Philadelphians taking the train into Atlantic City had...
  • Special Christmas Shopping in the Skylands

      Nestled between Rt. 80 on the north and Rt. 78 on the south, are some of the state's most nostalgic farmsteads just yearning to share some Christmas cheer with you. A...