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New Jersey State MapOf New Jersey's 18 lighthouses, 11 are open to the public and located in some of the most picturesque areas in the state.

Explore the SKYLANDS Region.
Venture through the GATEWAY Region.
Discover the DEALWARE RIVER Region.
Ramble along the SHORE Region.
Sensationalize the ATLANTIC CITY Region.
Journey the SOUTHERN SHORE Region.


Explore New Jersey

SailNYC

Sailing in New York Harbor is the best way to see the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Brooklyn Bridge and the fabulous NJ/NYC skyline. Small parties up to six persons enjoy the privacy and fun of sailing aboard a modern 46'

Jersey City, NJ Charters

Solitude House Museum/Taylor Steel Hist. Greenway

Solitude House, built circa 1725, later became the centerpiece of the iron plantation that became Union Forge Ironworks. Later called Taylor Iron and Steel Company, it eventually became known as Taylor-Wharton.

High Bridge, NJ Museums

Broadway Theatre of Pitman

Originally opened in May 1926, the Broadway Theatre of Pitman operated as a fully equipped movie and vaudeville theater with 1,090

Pitman, NJ Theatres

Cherry Blossoms in Cherry Hill, New Jersey

In Cherry Hill, NJ toward the last two weeks of April -- you can see a continuous two-mile avenue of blossoming cherry trees (Kwanzan Variety) that are adorned with American flags and yellow ribbons in remembrance of the 2996 innocent victims that perished on September 11, 2001

Cherry Hill, NJ Scenic Drives


Historic Walnford

Former mill village with a Georgian-style mansion built in 1773. Gristmill (operates from April - Nov.), carriage house and other out buildings. Open daily from 8am - 4:30

Upper Freehold, NJ Historic Homes


Allen House

Built before 1740. The Blue Ball Tavern at Shrewsbury'

Shrewsbury, NJ Historic Homes


Woodrow Wilson Hall

Located on the Monmouth University campus, the hall is a Nation Historic Landmark. 'Shadow Lawn,' is a 130-room mansion that was featured as Daddy Warbuck's home in the 1980 motion picture 'Annie.'

West Long Branch, NJ Historic Buildings