About Newark

What appears concrete from the outside may surprise you to the core upon paying a visit. That’s how Newark likes to welcome tourists! Residing in New Jersey, the city takes immense pride in offering a myriad of points of interest and abundant opportunities to travelers. From its amiable natives to flourishing verdure and soothing climate to positive vibes; the city never spares a chance to steal the hearts of globetrotters. Newark is home to intriguing museums, spick and span lakes, peaceful gardens, and captivating falls. No matter how eclectic the interests of travelers are, the city has got something for everyone.

Featuring an excellent collection of decorative arts, American art, contemporary art, and arts belonging to the ancient era, the Newark Museum of Art is the largest in whole New Jersey and makes for a must-visit spot. However, if you’re more of an outdoor person, Riverfront Park is certainly your best bet. Apart from indulging in people-watching, you can take a stroll along the banks of the river or participate in Zumba and yoga classes. While traveling across the length and breadth of the city, one has got to take care of their hunger pangs as well. With cafes and restaurants galore which serve mouth-watering steaks, sushi, burgers, and BBQ, Newark has got your back. Staten Island Ferry, Montclair Art Museum, Turtle Back Zoo, Eagle Rock Reservation, Branch Brook Park, South Mountain Reservation, Thomas Edison National Historical Park are other popular tourist honeypots that can be reason enough for you to board the next flight to Newark.