One of the great things about living on a planet whose outer shell brims with life is diversity. Everywhere you turn, there are things to ignite our senses.
The Garden State is home to some of the country's oldest communities founded by Dutch and English settlers long before the Revolutionary War.
Hidden within the pines and vast natural areas of Wharton State Forest is a stone monument honoring the site where
Experience the nation's Gateway to freedom, with a visit to Ellis Island and the
New Jersey is a food lover's paradise for ethnic cuisine, ranging from Indian and Italian to Japanese and Mexican.
How many New Jersey lighthouses do you think you can visit in just two days?
Grab your credit cards and let's shop the state with a selection of outlets from north to south.
Sand and surf lure millions of people to the Jersey Shore every summer, but some of the region's most entertaining activities take place off season.
Here's a little known fact - New Jersey has more cherry trees than Washington D.C.