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    »Kingsland Manor

    Kingsland Manor is a historic and captivating homestead. This 18th-century Dutch Colonial house in Nutley was built in 1790. Steeped in history, the Manor is set within park-like grounds that overlook Kingsland Pond and waterfalls. It is used for numerous social gatherings such as events, meetings and for the community. You can also avail of private tours upon request. In March 1978, Kingsland Manor was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    3 Kingsland Street
    Nutley, NJ 07110

    »Forest Hill

    This pre-World War II area is an affluent neighborhood of the city of Newark. Elias Heller was one of the first developers to build an estate here and was followed by wealthy Newarkers who started building their palatial mansions here. Beautiful structures that are designed aesthetically is quite a common feature here. Though few of the old houses were demolished and replaced with swanky apartments, most of the historic homes have been preserved. Popular landmarks include Tiffany factory, Newark Public Library and Sydenham House. Notable residents of Forest Hill are Maria Jeritza, Peter Ballantine and Louis Comfort Tiffany. The New Jersey Historical Society occasionally conducts tours of this area, and the home-owners open their doors for the tourists.

    Delavan Avenue
    Newark, NJ 07104

    »Mount Pleasant Cemetery

    Eye-catching Gothic-style gates greet you at the entrance of this historic cemetery established in 1843. Widely believed to be one of the city's oldest burial places, Mount Pleasant was envisioned by Horace Baldwin, a prominent citizen and jewelry maker as a resting place in a serene setting. True to his vision, the cemetery sits away from the bustle of downtown Newark on the banks of the Passaic river. The sprawling 40 acre (16.19 hectare) cemetery houses the graves of some of the city's most eminent citizens.

    375 Broadway
    Newark, NJ 07104

    »English Neighborhood Reformed Church of Ridgefield

    The Dutch Reformed Church in the English Neighborhood or the English Neighborhood Reformed Church of Ridgefield was constructed way back in 1793. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it has adapted the Federal and Gothic Revival style of architecture.

    1040 Edgewater Avenue
    Ridgefield Park, NJ 07657

    »Branch Brook Park

    This is the first county park to be opened for public use in the United States; the four-mile-long park offers many scenic and tranquil vistas of beauty that one may enjoy while going for a stroll beside the water, under the cherry blossom laden trees, watching the birds, ducks, geese, and egrets, or riding bicycles through the park.

    235 Clifton Avenue
    Newark, New Jersey 07104

    »Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart

    Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart was constructed over the course of a century, specifically erected to feature views of the mountains to the west and downtown Manhattan to the east. First proposed in 1859, the cathedral's cornerstone was finally set forty years later. It wasn't until 1954 that the church was completed and consecrated as a "monument of faith." Pope John Paul II visited this gargantuan French-gothic cathedral in 1995, performing an evening prayer that earned the cathedral the rank of basilica. The Cathedral Basilica regularly holds concerts that are open to the public, played on the largest pipe organ ever created by the Schantz Organ Company. 

    89 Ridge Street
    Newark, NJ 07104

    »Newark Broad Street Station

    The Newark Broad Street Station is a landmark on the cityscape. Built in 1901, it is a passenger rail station of the New Jersey Transit. Its architecture is an example of the Colonial Revival and Renaissance styles. The brick and stone building is replete with a charming clock tower, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

    25 University Avenue
    Newark, NJ 07105

    »Bergen County Court House

    Replacing five former courthouses, the current Bergen County Court House is located across the Main Street. It was designed by James Riely Gordon and he adapted the American Renaissance style of architectural design. This historical structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The Bergen County Court House has also featured in a few popular movies like Changing Lanes, Before and After and Hackers.

    10 Main Street
    Hackensack, NJ 07601

    »Newark Public Library

    This public library offers an extensive collection of books, periodicals, reference materials, research materials, computer and internet access, audio tapes, video tapes, and many other informational and educational materials.

    5 Washington Street
    Newark, New Jersey 07102

    »Military Park

    Built in the late 17 Century, the Military Park actually served as a training ground for Newark's militia. However, today it serves the locals with a beautiful park to relax and enjoy the evening. The park contains monument of the 'Wars of America' and a large concrete sword. The park also has an underground parking area. The Military Park hosts a variety of local events like the Common Greens, a popular farmers market, annual festivals like the Africa-Newark Festival and other concerts.

    Broad Street
    Newark, NJ 07102

    »First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church

    Established in the year of 1888, First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church is a great spiritual platform. It is situated at Broad and Fulton Streets, and strives to become a religious home for culturally and ethnically divergent communities of New Jersey. The Sunday School is at 9:30a on Sundays, while the worship is at 10:30a. It follows the rare Byzantine-Romanesque style of architecture. A majestic monumental church, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

    572 Broad Street
    Newark, NJ 07102

    »St. Patrick's Pro Cathedral

    The St. Patrick's Pro Cathedral is a magnificent church building established in 1846. Constructed with the Gothic Revival style of architecture, the church is also a national shrine of Our Lady of El Quinche. The grand church building became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1972 owing to its historical and architectural significance.

    91 Washington Street
    Newark, NJ 07104
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