Attractions in Jersey City NJ
Today, Jersey City still reflects the flavors and influences of the international populations that call the city home.
An urban sophistication exists in the downtown area, from the waterfront landmark Colgate Clock through the Powerhouse Arts District, home to some of the city’s many talented artists.
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CRRNJ Terminal Building is still closed due to Hurricane Sandy storm damage. From 1892 through 1954, the CRRNJ Terminal stood with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island to unfold one of this...
Located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City and near the historic Central Railroad Terminal of New Jersey, "Empty Sky" is the official State of New Jersey's Memorial that honors the memory of the...
There's something for everyone at the Hoboken Fire Department Museum. For kids, the star attraction at the former fire station at 213 Bloomfield St. is the shiny red Ahrens Fox fire engine, circa...
Beaux-arts architectural style public building constructed between 1906 and 1910 and features early 20th century murals by famed artists Charles Yardley Turner, Francis Millet, Edwin H. Blashfield...