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New Jersey Holidays 2021
The north-eastern state of New Jersey rests along the United States’ Atlantic coast, providing an accessible crossing to New York. But, New Jersey holidays are just great due to their convenience, in fact, the US state has marked itself down as one of the most significant during the country’s early waves of immigration.
Liberty State Park is right opposite Ellis Island and Liberty Island, allowing those who visit an easily accessible journey to these landmarks via ferry. Moreover, you can explore popular areas like the Jersey Shore. Best-known for its Victorian influence as well as noteworthy towns like Asbury Park.
On the other hand, Atlantic City brings a sense of adventure and fun to NewJersey. Home to a beach and casinos, it’s the best place to let your hair down in the state. In addition, sports fans will no doubt have a great time in New Jersey thanks to its MetLife Stadium, the home base of the New York Giants and New York Jets.
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Your guide to New Jersey holidays
Things to do in New Jersey
New Jersey is perfect for fun and relaxation. There are great amounts of open spaces where you can have a stroll and admire the waterfront views of nearby Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Being situated along the Atlantic coast means there are plenty of seaside piers to enjoy with their selection of rides and attractions.
- Six Flags Great Adventure – This massive theme park is filled with looping rollercoasters and wildlife spots.
- Liberty State Park – This lovely park provides a promenade and gorgeous views of Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.
- Morey’s Piers – On a beachfront location, this pier features an amusement park and a seasonal water park.
- Atlantic City Boardwalk – Another oceanfront setting, this boardwalk not only provides wonderful views, but you’ll also come across shops and restaurants.
- Cape May Lighthouse - This lighthouse dates back to 1859, with great views from the top, there is also a museum and gift shop.
When to go
The weather in New Jersey varies quite a bit. The summer provides fantastic temperatures where the autumn and winter months are bitter and cold. There is always a chance of snow during the winter too. Historically, January, November and September seem to be the months with the least amount of rainfall. Therefore, if you’re looking to visit New Jersey during the warmest time of the year, the summer months are the perfect choice for you. But, if you don’t mind cooler temperatures or the frost and cold of winter, you have plenty of options.
Average monthly weather (°C):
- January: 4° / -4°
- February: 6°/ -3°
- March: 11° / 1°
- April: 16° / 7°
- May: 23° / 12°
- June: 28° / 18°
- July: 30° / 21°
- August: 28° / 19°
- September: 25° / 15°
- October: 18° / 9°
- November: 13° / 4°
- December: 6° / -1°
Places to eat
New Jersey’s cuisine is heavily influenced by its history of immigrants and its close proximity to other major cities like New York and Philadelphia. You can expect Italian-style pizzas, bagels, pastrami and other deli sandwiches. Philadelphia cheesesteaks continue to be popular as well as New Jersey’s well-known hot dogs. During your holiday in New Jersey, why not try a pork roll or Sloppy Joe? A Sloppy Joe can find its roots in the US state, best described as a triple deli sandwich consisting of beef or pastrami, turkey and ham along with coleslaw and Russian dressing. Check out these places to eat in New Jersey:
- The Committed Pig
- Stage Left Steak
- Common Lot
- Mona Lisa Pizza
New Jersey Nightlife
In New Jersey, you have the pleasure of choosing a laid-back venue or a huge nightclub playing a variety of hits. Party until the early hours of the morning at a range of bars and clubs as you truly experience what New Jersey nightlife has to offer. New Jersey’s Atlantic City is home to a whole host of top clubs, including resorts and casinos which will no doubt have you entertained during your holiday. Check out these top nightlife spots in New Jersey:
- Caesars Atlantic City
- Stress Factory Comedy Club
- Bally’s Atlantic City
- SOHO Night Club
- Brightside Tavern
The coastal region of Jersey Shore rests along the Atlantic Ocean. Popularised due to its reality TV show, Jersey Shore is a lovely area of New Jersey, perfect for those who love to spend their time by the seaside. Jersey Shore is best-known for its boardwalks, amusements parks and water parks. The summer months are great fun thanks to the oceanfront breeze and whizzing down water slides. Jersey Shore welcomes many tourists as well as local Americans who are looking to get away for the summer.
The resort city of Atlantic City is one of the principal tourist attractions during a New Jersey holiday. Its casinos take centre stage as well as its boardwalk and beaches. Glitz and glamour are to be expected in Atlantic City, home to fabulous nightclubs and luxury hotels. Whether you’re looking to pamper yourself with hotel spa treatments or a spot of retail therapy, you can’t go wrong in Atlantic City. On top of that, fun is the main rule in the resort city. Amusement parks line the boardwalks and casinos fill the city.
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Prices last checked at 07:08 27 January 2021