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New Jersey Tourist Attractions

Vacation destinations in New Jersey

New Jersey which is situated in the north Atlantic locale of the United States was possessed by Native Americans for around 3000 years. This delightful state offers various diverse attractions for any one going by it. The exhibition halls, the stimulation parks and numerous different spots make it one of the charming excursion spots in the United States. New Jersey has relatively every different sorts of attractions, an extraordinary shoreline encounter where you can appreciate the salty breeze and superb ocean bottom, various event congregations found wherever in the state and also one of the best shopping knowledge. The place additionally offers a decent biking knowledge along its delightful drift for any nature adoring bikers and you can likewise go for surfing or kayaking in the waters.

Here are the absolute most intriguing things to visit at the state:

The Great Fall

The Great Fall in New Jersey is a standout amongst the most colorful nature encounters in the entire nation. The considerable fall which is of around 80 feet high advanced around 13,000 years prior with the finish of the ice age as the water began discovering its way along the stones. This water fall is an exceptionally solid and energizing when the precipitation gets solid and the water in the Passaic River begins to surge. In the year 2009, the Great fall and its encompassing 35 sections of land was pronounced as a national stop by the President Barrack Obama, thus ensuring this excellent bit of nature and attempting to recoup and save it

The Great Fall Location: Paterson, New Jersey
The Great Fall Coordinates: 40.9161889°N 74.1815972°W / 40.9161889; -74.1815972
The Great Fall Governing Body: National Park Service
Added to NRHP: August 14, 1986
Designated NHLD: May 11, 1976
The Great Fall Designated March 30, 2009
The Great Fall Designated NJRHP: June 24, 1986
NRHP Reference#: 86001507
NJRHP #: 2364

New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trial

This is a course joining the New Jersey shore zones that could be voyage relaxed and the nature, social site and the beach front zones of New Jersey can be delighted in. The three topics which this trial is related with are waterfront natural surroundings, sea legacy, and untamed life movement. This trial which lies in congruity with the nature and untamed life keeps running around 300 miles and incorporates various New Jersey State Parks. While going through this wonderful trial you can get delight out of the spirit and aroma of nature and appreciate the shorelines, beacons, angling towns, untamed life in the boggy environment and considerably more along it.

In the event that you cherish climbing and nature, the New Jersey Coastal Heritage trail is the one for you. Outdoors and kayaking offices are additionally made accessible for the nature darlings to appreciate the water and sand in the New Jersey seaside zone. The trial is additionally an extraordinary treat for untamed life darlings and picture takers as other than the being a rich natural life environment with loads of creatures and winged animals, various transient and occasional flying creatures, marine creatures and even bugs are likewise found in along the trail in particular seasons.

Cape May County Beach

The Cape May County shorelines along the south of New Jersey are extraordinary compared to other Beaches along the Atlantic drift. The fine, white and fine sand in the shoreline and the entertainment activities that can be delighted in the shoreline makes it among the best adored shorelines in the United States. Cycling, surf angling and roller cutting edges are among the most favored activities along these shorelines. Stone Harbor, extraordinary compared to other New Jersey shorelines gives a chance to surfing and angling and furthermore offers tennis courts and pontoon inclines for the general population to appreciate.

Cape May County Beach Coordinates: 38°56′24″N 74°54′19″W
Cape May County Beach Country United States
Cape May County Beach State New Jersey
Cape May County Beach County Cape May
Cape May County Beach Incorporated March 8, 1848
Cape May County Beach Government
 – Type Faulkner Act (Council-Manager)
 – Mayor Edward J. Mahaney Jr.
Cape May County Beach Area
 – Total 2.8 sq mi (7.3 km2)
 – Land 2.5 sq mi (6.4 km2)
 – Water 0.3 sq mi (0.8 km2)
Cape May County Beach Elevation 10 ft (3 m)
Cape May County Beach Population (2006)
 – Total 3,809
 – Density 1,623.7/sq mi (626.9/km2)
Cape May County Beach Time Zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 – Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
Cape May County Beach ZIP Code 08204
Cape May County Beach Area Code(s) 609
Cape May County Beach FIPS Code 34-10270
Cape May County Beach Feature ID 0885178
Cape May County Beach Website

Space Farms Zoo and Museums

This exhibition hall was before most broadly known as ‘the home of Goliath’, the World’s biggest bear. Other than the show of the Goliath (the stuffed one) over the chimney, the Space family additionally shows various family mementoes and certain irregular and essential stuffs that they uncovered from the place. The stuffs showed here incorporates the bones of dinosaurs, skulls of red Indians, the Goliath skull and the instance of an old turtle on which Fred Space cut his initials in 1897. The place additionally has various creatures like the snakes, rodents and beaver safeguarded and showed in jugs.

The World’s Largest Light Bulb

This authentic landmark is an unquestionable requirement check whether you are consistently going to visit New Jersey. The thirteen feet tall knob which is lit up around evening time denotes where the primary electric globule was lit by Edison. This tallest light is situated at the Merlo Park area and was worked in 1937 to pay regard to the individual who lit the world.


This is the world’s biggest scaled down railroad which runs eight miles in length along the wooden cut mountains and good countries. This model longed for of various little wood pieces is a consequence of 25 years of exertion and dedication. This 8 miles long railroad, structures, scaffolds and lichen trees which keeps running on and off a different story mountain which is all produced using wood is one of the magnificent mixes of workmanship and inventiveness. Little dairy animals, stallions, men and building all make the model exceptionally fascinating and life like.

New Jersey not just offers the previously mentioned attractions, is likewise a place for angling, shopping and excitement parks and historical centers. So whatever you wish out of your vacation, New Jersey offers everything. Appreciate the state and its temperament, nourishment, untamed life, exhibition halls and substantially more. In the event that you are regularly traveling to this excellent place, you will love it.

New Jersey Featured Attractions

New Jersey Featured Attraction Address
U.S.S. Ling, WWII Sub Hackensack, New Jersey
Hitler’s Toilet Florence, New Jersey
Hindenburg Crash Site Lakehurst, New Jersey
Mighty Joe the Gorilla Shamong, New Jersey
Space Farms Zoo and Museum Beemerville, New Jersey
World’s Largest Light Bulb Edison – Menlo Park, New Jersey
Northlandz Flemington, New Jersey
Sterling Hill Mining Museum Ogdensburg, New Jersey

New Jersey Attractions and Oddities

  • Almonesson: Backyard Fairy Garden
  • Alpine: Armstrong Tower – Birthplace of FM Broadcasting
  • Asbury Park: Morro Castle Disaster Memorial
  • Asbury Park: Paranormal Museum and Bookstore
  • Asbury Park: Tillie the Clown, Bumper Car Ladies
  • Atlantic City: Chicken Bone Beach
  • Atlantic City: Frank Sinatra’s Used Towel, White House Sub Shop
  • Atlantic City: Jellybean Lucy the Elephant
  • Atlantic City: Jersey Devil Skeleton
  • Atlantic City: Mr. Peanut Statue
  • Atlantic City: Statue Of Lenin
  • Atlantic City: Steel Pier
  • Atlantic City: World’s Largest Pipe Organ Tour
  • Atlantic Highlands: 9/11 Memorial – Eagle Clutching Mangled I-Beam
  • Augusta: Hot Dog Man
  • Barrington: The White Horse
  • Bayonne: Giant 9/11 Memorial with Teardrop
  • Bayville: Big Champagne Bottle
  • Bayville: Dinosaur Statue
  • Bayville: Little White Car on the Roof
  • Beemerville: Space Farms Zoo and Museum
  • Blackwood: Nitro Girl – Uniroyal Gal
  • Bridgewater: Hindu Temple
  • Buena: Musical Robots
  • Caldwell: Grover Cleveland’s Wedding Cake
  • Caldwell: Piece of Grover Cleveland’s Wedding Cake
  • Camden: Stained Glass “Nipper”
  • Cape May Point: Crumbling Wreck of a Concrete Ship
  • Cape May: Big Bass House
  • Cape May: Sea Captain with Peg Leg and Hook
  • Cape May: The Ugly Mug
  • Cliffside Park: Palisades Amusement Park Site
  • Clifton: Cartoon Truck
  • Columbia: Lakota Wolf Preserve
  • Edison: Light Dispelling Darkness – WPA Project
  • Edison: Turned-over car
  • Edison: World’s Largest Light Bulb
  • Egg Harbor City: Peterson’s Garage Sculptures
  • Egg Harbor City: Renault Wine Bottle
  • Egg Harbor Twp.: Storybook Land
  • Flemington: Northlandz
  • Florence: Adolf Hitler’s Toilet
  • Forked River: Popcorn Park Zoo
  • Franklin Twp: Big Cow of Middlebush
  • Franklin: Franklin Mineral Museum – Replica Mine and Fluorescent Room
  • Freehold: Adventure to Health, Transparent Woman
  • Freehold: Butterfly House
  • Glendora: Cookie Jar House
  • Glendora: Gabreil Daveis Tavern – Stains and Spirits
  • Greenwich: Flying Saucer
  • Hackensack: Indoor Pep Boys
  • Hackensack: U.S.S. Ling, World War II Sub
  • Haddon Heights: Bakery’s Fiberglass Menagerie
  • Haddonfield: World’s First Dinosaur Skeleton discovered here
  • Hammonton: Robot Auto Part Sculptures
  • Hammonton: Ronald Reagan Rock
  • Hoboken: Frank Sinatra Birthplace
  • Holmdel: United States War Dog Memorial
  • Holmdel: Vietnam Era Educational Center
  • Holmdel: World’s Largest Transistor
  • Holmeson: Dracula Muffler Man
  • Holmeson: Muffler Man – Half Wit
  • Jersey City: Carpet-Clutching Muffler Man
  • Jersey City: World’s Largest Clock (former)
  • Kinnelon: Pole Toppers
  • Lakehurst: Hindenburg Crash Site
  • Leonardo: Quick Stop seen in the movie “Clerks”
  • Linden: Mercedes Benz Grave
  • Linwood: Grave of Rex the Wonder Dog
  • Long Branch: Haunted House Rides of NJ – Vague Recollections
  • Longport: Smiley Face Water Tower
  • Lumberton: Babylonian Fertility God Demon
  • Lyndhurst: Kingsland Explosion of 1917
  • Lyndhurst: Medieval Times
  • Magnolia: Muffler Man – Tire Man
  • Mantua: Giant Wooden Dental Sculpture
  • Manville: World’s Largest Bowling Pin – Moved
  • Margate City: Lucy the Elephant
  • Marlton: Smiley Face Water Tower
  • Matawan: Sharkfest – 1916 Shark Attacks
  • Middletown: Evil Food Circus Clown
  • Midland Park: America’s Oldest Magic Shop – Mini-Museum
  • Millville: Museum of American Glass
  • Millville: World’s First Vietnam Memorial
  • Moorestown: Cornfield Cruiser – USS Rancocas (LS-1)
  • Moorestown: Nipper Statues – Community Art Project
  • Mt. Ephraim: Enco/Exxon Tiger
  • Netcong: Wild West City
  • New Brunswick: Mary Murray Ferry Derelict
  • New Brunswick: Parking Lot Grave of Sailor’s Girl
  • New Gretna: Big Champagne Bottle
  • Newark: Catacombs Of St. Joseph
  • Newark: Giant Steel Hockey Player
  • Northfield: Atlantic City’s First Resident, Buried in a Traffic Circle
  • Ocean City: Muffler Man – Pirate
  • Ogdensburg: Sterling Hill Mining Museum
  • Ortley Beach: Muffler Man – Barnacle Bill
  • Passaic: Virgin Mary stump
  • Paterson: Lou Costello Statue
  • Pennsauken: Big Man with a Tire in His Hand – Vague Recollections
  • Phillipsburg: Steel Dinosaurs
  • Plainsboro: Elsie the Cow Exhibit
  • Plainsboro: Elsie the Cow’s Grave
  • Port Monmouth: The Spy House
  • Princeton Junction: 1938 Martian Landing Site Monument
  • Princeton Junction: Grave of Austin Powers
  • Princeton Junction: Water Tower Mistaken for a Martian
  • Princeton: Einstein Mini-Museum
  • Red Bank: 9/11 Memorial Marker
  • Red Bank: Buddy Christ Statue
  • Ringwood: Mine Shaft
  • Rio Grande: One-Legged Statue of Franklin Menz
  • Roosevelt: Giant Bust of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • Saddle River: Nixon’s Guardhouse And Home Surveillance Control Panel
  • Sandy Hook: Nike Missile Base Tours
  • Sea Girt: Intelligent Whale – A Submarine
  • Seaside Heights: Boardwalk Sideshows
  • Seaside Heights: Muffler Men Cluster
  • Shamong: Mighty Joe the Gorilla
  • Short Hills: Big Fish
  • Somerdale: Pele Lindbergh Car Crash Site
  • Somewhere?: Dog Church – Vague Recollections
  • Stafford Township: Toast-Serving Hubcap Lady
  • Tabernacle: Emilio Carranza Crash Monument
  • Tinton Falls: World Trade Center memorial replica
  • Toms River: Insectropolis
  • Trenton: Grounds for Sculpture
  • Trenton: Unconditional Surrender: Supersized Smoochers
  • Trenton: World’s Largest Tooth
  • Union: World’s Tallest Watersphere
  • Upper Deerfield Township: Carpet Viking Statue
  • Vineland: Fountain of Youth, Statue of Liberty
  • Vineland: Palace of Depression
  • Wall: Circus Drive-In
  • Wayne: Grave of Lad, a Dog
  • Weehawken: Death Rock of Alexander Hamilton
  • West Creek: Chair on a Roof
  • West Milford: Jungle Habitat
  • West Trenton: NJ State Police Museum
  • Westfield: Addams Family House
  • Westville: Totem Pole
  • Wildwood Crest: Doo Wop Capital of the World – Caribbean Motel
  • Wildwood: Castle Dracula Coat of Arms
  • Wildwood: Giant Lady
  • Wildwood: Haunted Christmas Gift Shop
  • Wildwood: Uncle Bill’s Pancake House Mural
  • Wildwood: Wildwood Boardwalk Chapel
  • Wildwood: Wildwood Doo Wop Architecture Tour
  • Williamstown: Hub Cap Tree
  • Winslow: Blue Hole
  • Winslow: Muffler Man Halfwit
  • Winslow: Tiny Church
  • Woodstown: Companion Cow to Muffler Man
  • Woodstown: Rodeo Muffler Man