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Visit the Top Attractions of Newark, New Jersey

Ketki Dongare Aug 7, 2019
The small next door neighbor of the big city of New York, Newark has fun and exciting excursions to indulge in. With unlimited entertainment at the Symphony orchestra, Newark is a quintessential city of the States where you can visit great museums or just take a walk by the Riverfront.

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Take a joyful Staten Island Ferry ride to the Statue of Liberty.
Stroll in the Cherry Blossom land of the Branch Brook Park with scenic and colorful blossoms of pink and white.
Enjoy a romantic evening or a walk in solitude along the Riverfront Park and get captivated by the sunset views and the twinkling city lights.

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Relieve yourself from the tensity and listen to the chamber music in tranquility at the Cathedral Basilica of Sacred Heart.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center offers a great range of live shows, concerts, comedy performances, and orchestra which will keep you entertained for a long time!
With an eclectic collection of Tibetan artwork and a series of exhibits to behold, the Newark Museum is the state's largest museum.
Make your way into the national historic landmark, the Thomas Edison National Historical Park, and peek into the lifetime worth work of America’s most prolific inventors.
Filled with larger than life shops, stores, boutiques, and restaurant, head to the Ironbound Neighborhood, and savor on the special multicultural delicacies ranging from Portugal, Argentina, Italy and more.
Check in the various events that take place at the MetLife Stadium, from WWE Wrestlemania to the football matches of the home teams: the New York Giants and the New York Jets, and many other concerts.
Take pleasure in the panoramic views of the Statue of Liberty, Manhattan Skyline, and New York harbor, from the Cape Liberty Cruise Port.
Hit a timeout button, and retreat to the South Mountain Reservation in the Essex County for natural therapy.
Pay tribute to the 'Wars of America' monument built in the Military Park, on the grounds that were used for training the Union Soldiers during the American Civil War.