It's the world's first and longest Boardwalk. Songs have been sung about it. Books have been written about it. Movies have been filmed on it.
New Jersey is a food lover's paradise for ethnic cuisine, ranging from Indian and Italian to Japanese and Mexican.
Here's a little known fact - New Jersey has more cherry trees than Washington D.C.
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.
Whether New Jersey's historic homes and grand estates sits on a Revolutionary War battlefield, in a village of an era long gone or were once occcupied by a president, poet or industrial legend, the
Atlantic City is continuously changing, and adding new and varied attractions to make each visit more exciting than the last.