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Newark, one of the oldest European cities in America, is in the state of
New Jersey. It is a town meant for exploring. While here, visitors can
stroll down the Main Street and do some dining, shopping, and
people-watching. The city serves as the important air, shipping, and rail
hub of the state. Travelers in Newark will come across a mixed bag of
things to do and see, which includes visiting museums, parks, theaters,
music venues, and sports arenas. Newark also has excellent restaurants
serving tastes from all around the world including sushi, burgers, steaks,
Things to do in Newark
New Jersey Historical Society
New Jersey Historical Society, located on Park Place across the street from
Military Park, is a museum in the former home of the Essex Club. It is a
1926 Georgian style building listed on the U.S. National Register of
Historic Places. The museum features two floors of exhibits, a gift shop, a
hall for lectures, and a library reading room.
Newark Museum is home to global art and natural science displays. Situated
on Washington Street in downtown Newark, the museum boasts a varied
collection including the works of old craftsmanship, modern art, and
ornamental craftsmanship from all over the world.
The New Jersey Performing Arts Center
New Jersey Performing Arts Center is home of the New Jersey Symphony
Orchestra. The center has played a remarkable part in the rejuvenation of
Newark. One of the largest performing arts centers in the country, New
Jersey Performing Arts Center is located amidst Newark's cultural district
besides the Newark Museum, the New Jersey Historical Society, and the
Newark Public Library.
Best Time to Fly to Newark
Best time to book flights from Montego Bay to Newark is during the late
springs or early summers. Autumn is also an excellent time to book flights
from MBJ to EWR. The city remains packed with tourists in springs and early
summers. Thus, the tourists who want fewer crowds can visit Newark in
autumn and early winters.