Atlantic City

Atlantic City is a fashionable and lively destination known for its variety of entertainment options.

Boardwalk in Atlantic

Here are the most of the city's sightseeing options. The famous Steel Pier is one of its top tourist attractions.

Old Victorian Cape May

It includes several lovely beaches, the stunning Cape May Point Lighthouse, as well as numerous elegant vacation houses in the Victorian style.

Liberty State Park

The trip of Liberty State Park, which offers views of Ellis Island, Liberty Island, and the Upper New York Bay and is home to New York's Statue of Liberty, takes some time.

Jersey Shore Alpacas

About 10 miles north of Cape May, in Green Creek, New Jersey, lies a modest farm called Jersey Shore Alpacas.


It is best to visit Princeton, which is well known for its majestic monuments and rich culture, if you want to take in a wide array of museums.

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

An exceptional option to see serene scenery is offered by this area. The park provides hiking, kayaking, fishing, and hunting as year-round activities.

Thomas Edison National Historical Park

The old residence and laboratory of New Jersey's most well-known son, Thomas Edison, preserved beneath this Park.

Morey's Piers

At Morey's Piers, the amusement and water parks span six blocks, running parallel to the sandy beach. Every age group can ride the rides.