Official Destination Videos - Click on an Image to Explore The Garden State
From magic shops to backdrops suited for Indie film glory, New Jersey is filled with a unique collection of unusual sites to explore.
Within this 1700 acre park visit George Washington's headquarters during the Revolutionary War.
Located in Trenton - features an impressive collection ranging from works of art, archaeology, cultural history and natural history.
AAA Four Diamond Award Winning Hotel. A $150 million renovation added new restaurants, a poker room, Spa & Salon & all 740 guest rooms were remodeled.
New Jersey's known as the Garden State for good reason. In this video, explore a few of the gardens open to the public.
Explore golf, casinos, spas, nightlife, fine dining, the Boardwalk and more. Visit Atlantic City for fast-paced excitement and non-stop activities!
Our unmatched nature sanctuaries, world renowned gardens and miles of historic canals & waterways make Somerset County an ideal destination.
The Newark Museum offers visitors historic and artistic favorites alongside up-and-coming artists with a contemporary world-view.
Yogi Berra's quirky wisdom and dynamic love for baseball, transformed the sport. Located in Little Falls, New Jersey.
Escape from the city and return to the simple life at one of New Jersey's unique Farm Stays. From operating farms to vineyards, New Jersey's agrotourism offerings allow visitors to experience life on the farm.
Located in West Orange - take a tour through the inventor's summer estate preserved at this National Historical Park.
Horse Park of New Jersey is a state-of-the-art, 185 acre facility for a variety of equine events. Located in Allentown, New Jersey.
Did you know the term "birdie" was coined at the Atlantic City Golf Club? New Jersey is home to several world class golf courses.
Relax on the scenic Delaware River in the beautiful river country for approximately 3 to 4 hours with your family or group.
Carved into the side of a mountain, Mountain Creek Waterpark in Vernon, New Jersey offers exciting water rides for all ages.
Opened in 1914 and situated amid a beautiful, tree-lined residential area of Montclair, the Museum is esteemed for its holdings of American and Native American art.
Many people can trace their roots back to Ellis Island, the historic terminal where millions of immigrants arrived after their journey from their home countries. Take the ferry from Liberty State Park in Jersey City.