Branch Brook Park
Around 4,000 cherry trees are in bloom at the park, which boasts the largest collection of cherry blossom trees in the country.
The New Jersey Devils hockey team, who played in the Meadowlands Arena from 1982 until 2007, now largely calls Prudential Center home.
Newark Public Library
The state's biggest municipal history collection is housed here. They have collections of post cards, old photographs, newspapers, yearbooks, and other things in their New Jersey room.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
According to reports, it is one of the biggest performing arts institutions in the country and a top-notch arena with a 9 million guest capacity.
Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart
The fifth-largest cathedral in North America, the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, serves as the administrative center for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark.
The Newark Museum of Art
It is the largest museum in Essex County, New Jersey. Major collections of American art, modern art, and ancient, Asian, and African art are all housed there.
Ironbound an abundance of bakeries and eateries with Portuguese, Spanish, and Brazilian influences can be found in this 19th-century area, many of them are on or around Ferry Street.
Newark Penn Station
The primary and busiest intercity railroad station in Newark City is Pennsylvania Station, usually known as Newark Penn Station or just Penn Station.
St. Lucy's Church
The United States National Shrine of St. Gerard Majella is located at St. Lucy Church. It was constructed in 1925, and in 1998, it was listed on the
National Register of Historic Places
The Newark Liberty International Airport's terminals and trains are connected by a 3-mile monorail system called AirTrain Newark.
The park is home to several monuments and significant works of public art. The Gutzon Borglum Wars of America statue was unveiled in the park in 1926.