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  • Endless Summer Fun at The Wildwoods

    The Wildwoods: A Valued Family Destination What do you get when you combine one-of-a-kind value, tons of free events and a boardwalk and beach with something for everyone and...
  • Surfing New Jersey

    New Jersey's prime surfing season occurs during the fall months, the state's "Indian summer." While air temperatures can be cooler then than in summer, the ocean typically...
  • United States Golf Association Museum

    The nation's oldest sports museum is a true New Jersey treasure. The United States Golf Association (USGA) Museum, located in Far Hills, re-opened in 2008 after a three-year...
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    New Jersey is home to the country's only museum devoted entirely to the Vietnam War. The Vietnam Era Educational Center provides a comprehensive history, from news photos and...
  • Bird Watchers Flock to New Jersey

    For birding enthusiasts, New Jersey is a haven for sites that offer great views of migrating fowl. Each year, the New Jersey Audubon Society hosts the World Series of Birding...
  • Explore New Jersey’s Historic Sites

    New Jersey has an outstanding collection of state historic sites, many of which are of national and international significance, spanning the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries....
  • Fresh From The Farm

    The Garden State's renowned ability to produce some of the finest fruits and vegetables in the country has become increasingly more evident as community farmers' markets can...
  • Newark Museum

    Founded in 1909, the Newark Museum underwent an extensive four-year, $23 million renovation and expansion program, which was completed in 1989. The design, by world-famous...
  • Northlandz the Great American Railway

    Northlandz in Flemington offers visitors a spectacular indoor world of 100 miniature trains traveling on eight miles of track. Bruce Zaccagnino began building the trains in...
  • A Brief History of New Jersey

    Originally settled by Native Americans, New Jersey has welcomed waves of immigrants, from the Dutch and English in the 1600s to Asians and Latin Americans today. New Jersey...

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