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111 Industrial Ave, , , 07608

Dedicated solely to the history of flights, this museum is filled with historic photographs, exhibits and aeronautical memorabilia.

Phone(201) 288-6344

10 West 47th Street, ,

Memorabilia relating to more than a century of firefighting.

Phone(201) 858-6199

Ridgewood & Fairview Ave, ,

Mastodon skeleton. Children's Discovery room, Nature room, Lenape Indian exhibit, Science wing.

Phone(201) 968-1001

Pier 81, W. 42nd St., ,

Circle Line, Pier 81, W. 42nd St. at the Hudson River, New York, NY 10036. Erie-Lackawanna Plaza Cove, Hoboken, NJ 07030

55 Blakely Lane, ,

Trail rides, night rides, lessons, hayrides and BBQ cookouts, tack shop. Open 5 days a week. Closed Wed & Thur.

Phone(973) 697-1257

Hudson Terrace, , , 07024

Reconstructed gun batteries and Revolutionary War Museums overlooking Hudson River with New York skyline view.

Phone(201) 461-1776

65 McBride Ave., , , 07501

Visitor¹s Center gives tours and information about America¹s first planned industrial city (1791), Conceived by Alexander Hamilton and made famous by William Carlos Williams. It embodies almost 200 years of industrial history.

Phone(973) 279-9587

McWilliams Pl, 8th St, , , 07087

Spectacular view of Manhattan on the Palisades. Commemorates the Burr-Hamilton Duel.


3 Valley Rd., , , 07503

Stone castle housing 5,400 piece spoon collection, period furniture and library.

Phone(973) 881-2761

21 Phillip St., , , 07305

Hands-on science museum, orld's largest OMNIMAX Theater. The center includes exhibits on invention and echnology, environment, health, 80-foot high tornado, living saltmarsh, laser light show, touch tunnel, illusion labyrinth, science theater. School grou ...

Phone(201) 200-1000

Hudson River, ,

Ferry to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island from April through December. (NJ Turnpike, exit 14 B).

Phone(201) 915-3400


Features 27 sites along 3 driving routes, visiting a variety of thriving oases scattered throughout the “urban wilderness” of the Hackensack River Watershed in Northeastern New Jersey.

1 MetLife Stadium Drive, , , 07073

Giants Stadium Arena and Racetrack. Events all year.

Phone(201) 935-8500


The Gateway Region is the ideal location to begin your sightseeing trip to New York City. Convenient transportation is available via bus or subway (Path) from many locations in the region. See all New York has to offer including, Empire State Building, US ...

2 Morris Rd., , , 07456

96 acres of rock gardens, annual garden and natural areas.

Phone(973) 962-7527

Court & River Streets, , , 07601

Houses the WW II submarine, U.S.S. Ling, guided tours.

Phone(201) 342-3268

11 Luis Munoz Marin Blvd, , , 07302

Ferry service from NJ points to NY City and fun sighting cruises on the Hudson River with packages that include attractions such as Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, the Museum of Natural History and the Intrepic Sea, Air and Space Museum. Call for more inform ...


22 Brookside Dr., , , 07041

New Jersey's official state theater. Equity company housed in a handsome new building that replaced the 1790 red brick paper mill destroyed by fire in 1980. Six productions annually.

Phone(973) 376-4343

Chelsea Piers, Pier 61, , , 10011

Scenic cruises around Manhattan and Statue of Liberty. Corporate and private parties. Brunch, lunch & dinner sightseeing cruises sailing from Port Imperial, Ferry Terminal Weehawken, NJ

Phone(866) 211-3805

599 Industrial Ave., , , 07652

Interactive museums for children under 8 and their parents with 40 "hands-on" exhibits including a real fire engine, helicopter, magnets, computers and more.

Phone(201) 262-5151

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