Attractions in New Brunswick NJ
But that’s nothing new – the city was the location of the country’s first intercollegiate football game, Rutgers versus Princeton, in 1869.
The town’s extensive history dates back to pre-Revolutionary times. Pick up the Historic Downtown Walking Map to visit buildings from 1730 through the turn of the 19th century.
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Tamarack features two 18-hole championship golf courses in East Brunswick, which were designed by Hal Purdy. The East (Gold and Blue) course is a 6,226-yard, par-71 course and the West (Red and...
The Cornelius Low House, one of only two surviving structures from the 18th century Colonial port community of Raritan Landing, is a two-story stone house built in 1741 for a wealthy merchant of...
Marks the spot where the light bulb was perfected. Birthplace of recorded sound and organized research. Exhibit of Edison memorabilia. Open Thurs. - Sat., 10 am - 4 pm....
More than 6,300 yards in length, the picturesque, tree-lined course is a par 71 and offers a challenging layout with four teeing areas per hole. Highlights include narrow fairways, fast greens and...