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Entertainment & Amusement Parks

  • Atlantic City Casinos — Sure, there may be casinos closer to home, but few offer the full-service destination of those found in Atlantic City. Mega-resorts provide non-stop action along the city’s Boardwalk and Marina District, each sporting a distinctive theme and unique flair. Along the Boardwalk, you’ll find Showboat, the Mardi Gras Casino; Resorts Atlantic City; Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort; Bally’s Atlantic City; Caesars Atlantic City; Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino; Tropicana Casino and Resort; and Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort. Head to the Marina District, you’ll find Trump Marina Hotel Casino, Harrah’s Resort and the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa.

  • Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari & Hurricane Harbor — Three theme parks in one location make this the biggest seasonal amusement park in America. Among the more than 100 rides, shows and attractions is the world's largest drive-thru safari outside of Africa and the world's tallest roller coaster. Eager to get wet and wild? Hurricane Harbor has more than 45 water slides and attractions. Getting there is a breeze. US Coachways is the official charter bus company for Six Flags theme parks nationwide.
    • Location: Route 537 (South of Exit 16 off Rt-95), Jackson
    • Phone: 732-928-1821
    • Cost: Call for information on ticket prices, memberships, group discounts and season passes.
    • Hours: The park opens in April. Call for a schedule and hours of operation.
  • IZOD Center — Located in what was once called the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the IZOD Center is one of New Jersey’s leading concert venues, hosting the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Beyonce, as well as the Ringling Bros. Circus.
    • Location: 50 Rt. 120, East Rutherford
    • Phone: 201-935-8500
    • Cost: Call the IZOD Center box office for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: The IZOD Center box office hours are Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sun National Bank Center — This 10,000-seat entertainment venue has played host over the last decade to the likes of Cher and Elton John, as well as the Harlem Globetrotters.
    • Location: 81 Hamilton Ave., Trenton,
    • Phone: 609-656-3200
    • Cost: Contact the box office for information about performances and ticket prices.
    • Hours: Box-office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.; Closed on Sunday.
  • Steel Peer — Since it opened in 1898, the Steel Pier has been a famous entertainment and amusement venue on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. Today, it features rides for kids of all ages, as well as amusement games, entertainment, food and the only helicopter ride at the Jersey Shore
    • Location: 1000 Boardwalk at Virginia Ave., Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-345-4893, 609-898-7640 or 866-386-6659
    • Cost: $1 for single tickets; $30 for a book of 35 with coupons; $60 for a book of 80; $120 for a book of 200; Wristband Day every Thursday, $30 to $40 for unlimited rides.
    • Hours:  The park is closed during the winter, but operated limited hours during the spring before beginning the summer season. Call for a schedule.
  • Boardwalk Hall — Built in 1929, Boardwalk Hall is Atlantic City's largest entertainment venue, playing host to top-name concert artists and championship sport events. It also houses the world's largest pipe organ.
    • Location: 2301 Boardwalk, Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-348-7000 or 800-736-1420
    • Cost: Tickets for events can be purchased at the box office (located on the Boardwalk next to the arena), and at all Ticketmaster locations, by calling 800-736-1420.
    • Hours: Box-office hours are Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • IMAX Theatre at the Tropicana — Enjoy the newest releases in South Jersey's only IMAX theatre (and the only movie theater in Atlantic City), located in The Quarter at the Tropicana hotel casino resort.
    • Location: Brighton Ave & The Boardwalk, Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-340-4000
    • Cost: Call the box office for ticket prices.
    • Hours: Box office hours vary. Call for more information.
  • Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum —See strange and unusual bits gathered from Robert Ripley's travels, including a lock of George Washington's hair.
    • Location: New York Ave. & Boardwalk, Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-347-2001
    • Cost: $15.99 plus tax for adults, 13 and older; $9.99 plus tax for children, age 5-12. Free for children age 4 and younger; $12.99 plus tax for seniors.
    • Hours:  Monday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, noon to 5 p.m.; Closed Wednesday; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Atlantic City Princess Cruises — See the sights of Atlantic City from the deck of an 87-foot yacht. Cruises can accommodate a maximum of 90 passengers and are available for brunch, lunch, dinner or sightseeing, with 3 daily sightseeing cruises along the Atlantic City and Brigantine shorelines.
    • Location: 600 Huron Blvd., Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-241-6600. Please check schedule.
    • Cost: Call for information on cruise prices.
    • Hours: Call for a cruise schedule.
  • Stone Pony — This legendary music venue, famed for the many appearances by hometown-boy Bruce Springsteen, is a vital part of Asbury Park’s music scene. USA Today picked the city as one of the top ten places to listen to music.
    • Location: 913 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park
    • Phone: 732-502-0600
    • Cost: Call the box office for ticket prices.
    • Hours: The box office is open noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday to Monday and during all show hours. Call for a schedule of upcoming shows.
    • Other: Tickets are available in advance for many upcoming shows; though for some shows tickets are available only at the door. Shows are all ages unless otherwise noted. For certain shows, tickets are available only at The Stone Pony.
  • Convention Hall and Paramount Theater — Convention Hall, along with the adjacent Paramount Theatre and the Grand Arcade connecting the two, is one of the most majestic landmarks on the Jersey Shore and has hosted performances by Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Frank Sinatra and the Rolling Stones
    • Location: Ocean Ave., Asbury Park
    • Phone: 732-897-8810
    • Cost: Call for information.
    • Hours: Call for information on upcoming events.
  • River Belle & River Queen — These replicas of Mississippi riverboats are a great way to sightsee along the Manasquan & Metedeconk Rivers, the Point Pleasant Canal and the Barnegat Bay. Luncheon, dinner, twilight and starlight excursions with DJ and dancing are available.
    • Location: 47 Broadway, Point Pleasant Beach
    • Phone: 732-892-3377
    • Cost: Prices vary according to the type of cruise. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Call for cruise schedules.
    • Other: Tickets for public cruises are not always available the day of the trip, so advance purchase is recommended. Private charters are available from mid-April through New Year’s Eve.
  • Casino Pier & Breakwater Beach Waterpark — Fully recovered from Hurricane Sandy, both parks are located in one convenient location in the heart of Seaside Heights. Casino Pier, found on the city’s legendary boardwalk, includes classic rides, restaurants, food stands and a huge arcade. Across the street sits Breakwater Beach Waterpark. The waterpark has an area for toddlers, while the bigger kids take on the all new Two If By Sea.
    • Location: 800 Ocean Terrace, Seaside Heights
    • Phone: 732-793-6488
    • Cost: Because admission rates and special packages vary, call for information.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule.
  • Playland’s Castaway Cove — An institution on the Jersey Shore for 50 years, Castaway Cove features more than 30 exciting rides on the Ocean City Boardwalks, as well as miniature golf and go karts.
    • Location: E. 10th and Boardwalk, Ocean City
    • Phone: 609-399-4751
    • Cost: Call for admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for park schedule
    • Other: No refunds of exchanges. Tickets never expire.
  • Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks — Morey's Piers is among the largest amusement piers in the world,  made up of three piers with more than 100 rides and attractions, two large beachfront waterparks, kiddie rides and roller coasters. While the kids enjoy, parents can relax in the all new resort-themed atmosphere with beverage service, private cabana rentals, hammocks, outdoor pool tables, and a new retail area.
    • Location: 3501 Boardwalk, Wildwood
    • Phone: 609-522-3900
    • Costs: Call for admission rates and special packages.
    • Hours: The park opens in April. Call for information on days and hours of operation.
  • Ocean Oasis Waterpark & Beach — This family water park has more than 50 slides, including a 75-foot high Acapulco Cliff Dive. Other features include Bonsai Beach and Shipwreck Shoals as well as endless rivers, rope swings, activity pools and a sun deck.
    • Location: 25th Ave. & Boardwalk, Wildwood
    • Phone: 609-522-3900
    • Costs: Call for admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for information about the schedule and hours of operations.

Arts & Cultural

  • The New Jersey Performing Arts Center — NJPAC, situated in downtown Newark, has become a world-class entertainment destination. Besides serving as home to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and the New Jersey State Opera, the facility hosts national and international performers plus touring companies. NJPAC has also hosted visits from two U.S. presidents and the Dalai Lama, and provided a backdrop for the blockbuster hit TV competition, America’s Got Talent.
    • Location:1 Center St., Newark
    • Phone: 888-466-5722
    • Cost: Tickets are available at the box office or can be bought by phone, via mail or online.
    • Hours: The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.; Closed Monday. Tickets may be purchased by phone daily from 9 a.m., to 9 p.m. or online 24 hours a day at NJPAC's website.
  • The Newark Museum — The museum complex, located in the heart of Newark’s Downtown Arts District, weaves together 80 galleries of art and science, a miniature zoo, a planetarium, gift shops, café, auditorium, sculpture garden and the historic Ballantine House, a restored 1885 mansion that is a National Historic Landmark.  Among the museum’s offerings is the largest collection of Tibetan art in the Western Hemisphere.
    • Location: 49 Washington Street
    • Phone: (973) 596-6550
    • Cost: Museum admission is $12 for adults; $7 for children, seniors (with valid ID) and veterans and their families (with proper ID); Free for members and Newark residents. Planetarium admission is $5 for adults; $3 for children under 12 and college students.
    • Hours: Wednesday-Friday, noon to 5 p.m.; Closed Monday.
  • Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art — Aljira presents changing exhibitions of contemporary visual art in the downtown Newark arts district.
    • Location: 591 Broad St., Newark
    • Phone: 973-622-1600
    • Cost: Free, though donations are appreciated.
    • Hours: Wednesday-Friday, noon to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Montclair — Justa short drive from Newark, Montclair makes for a nice day trip thanks to an eclectic arts scene, world cuisine and a funky downtown. The walkable downtown centers on Church Street, and is filled with locally-owned shops. Visit the Montclair Museum or the English-style garden at the Avis Campbell Gardens, one of several Victorian mansion and Arts and Crafts movement homes.
  • Barsky Gallery —The only full-time contemporary art destination in Hoboken, Barsky Gallery showcases a varied mix of emerging and established artists from around the world.
  • Hoboken Historical Museum — Located in one of the oldest buildings on Hoboken's waterfront (the former Bethlehem Steel machine shop), the Hoboken Historical Museum collects and displays artifacts in themed exhibitions on Hoboken history, hosts films and plays and sponsors tours. Recent exhibits have included Hoboken's role as a sweets producer. Other exhibits included shipping history, an anniversary of the movie "On the Waterfront” and the city's contributions to the world of music. The upper gallery space features six local artists' work per year.
    • Location: 1301 Hudson St., Hoboken
    • Phone: 201-656-2240
    • Cost: Admission $2. Children and museum members get in free.
    • Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday; noon to 5 p.m.
  • Mile Square Theatre — Located in the Monroe Center for the Arts, this professional theatre company presents new plays and revivals.
    • Location: 720 Monroe St., Hoboken
    • Phone: 201-683-7014
    • Cost: Call for ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information regarding upcoming events.
  • Monroe Center for the Arts — Located in the former Levelor Blinds factory,this art center houses many disciplines, from painters, photographers, performing artists, fashion jewelry designers and film companies, many of which offer workshops and classes.
    • Location: 720 Monroe St. Hoboken
    • Phone: 201-795-5000
    • Cost: Call regarding class and workshop fee, or admission to events.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of classes and upcoming events.
  • Morris Museum — From small roots, the Morris Museum has grown into the third-largest museum in New Jersey. It is home to the renowned Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of finely crafted, animated mechanical musical instruments and automata. The museum also houses the Bickford Theatre and presents award-winning performances.
    • Location: 6 Normandy Heights Rd., Morristown,
    • Phone: 973-971-3706
    • Cost: $10 for adults; $7 for seniors and children age 3-12; Free for children under 3, military personnel and Bank of America/Merrill Lynch card holders.
    • Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
  • Mayo Performing Arts Center — Built as a movie house in 1937, the theater underwent a revival as a concert hall in the 1990s and is now a world-class performing arts center.
    • Location: 100 South St., Morristown
    • Phone: Box office, 973-539-8008
    • Cost: Call the box office for information on buying tickets.
    • Hours: Call for information on upcoming events and performances. The box office is open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Closed Sunday.
  • New Jersey State Museum — Located in the area surrounding the golden dome of the New Jersey State House, the museum offers a galaxy of experiences for those who walk through the front door. Exhibits run from the prehistoric to the future include fossils, fine arts, Native American artifacts, fine jewelry, quits and outer space.
    • Location: 205 W. State St., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-292-6464
    • Cost: Free, but suggested donations are $5 for adults and $4 for seniors and students.
    • Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.; Closed Monday and state holidays.
  • Planetarium at New Jersey State Museum — Located in the same capitol complex that houses the New Jersey State Museum, this planetarium features precision projection of more than 6,000 stars. Seated in specially-designed reclining seats, visitors will feel the sensation of zooming through the solar system and beyond within images covering the entire 360 degree inner dome.
    • Location: 205 W. State St., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-292-6464
    • Cost: $7 for adults; $5 for children under 12. Discounts are available for members and groups of 15 or more.
    • Hours: Call for a show schedule.
  • Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie —This 1848 Italianate villa houses permanent and changing exhibits of the city’s historical artifacts and industrial products, particularly pottery and porcelain, as well as works by local artists. The museum is surrounded by a beautiful park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
    • Location: Stuyvesant Ave. and Parkside Ave., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-989-3632 or 609-989-1191
    • Cost: Call for admission rates
    • Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Closed Mondays and municipal holidays.
    • Other:  Group tours require a reservation.
  • Cybis Porcelain Gallery — See porcelain artwork displayed at the oldest porcelain arts studio in America. Tours are by appointment only.
  • Grounds for Sculpture — This 365-acre sculpture garden and arboretum houses more than 250 contemporary sculptures. Two galleries showcase rotating exhibits. The facility also offers workshops concerts, performances and fine dining at the Zagat's-rated Rat's Restaurant.
    • Location: 18 Fairgrounds Rd., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-586-0616
    • Cost: $12 for adults; $10 for seniors; $8 for children, age 6-17; Free for members and children age 5 and under.
    • Hours: Hours vary depending on time of year. Call for more information.
  • Patriots Theater­ — Patriots Theater is the name given to the grand auditorium of the War Monument commemorating those who fell in World War I. A setting of Italian Renaissance Revival splendor has played host to the American Ballet Theater, Louis Armstrong, Leonard Bernstein, Bill Cosby, Patti LaBelle, Bob Hope and many more.
    • Phone: 609-984-8400
    • Location: 1 Memorial Dr., Trenton
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information on upcoming performances.
  • Atlantic City Art Center — This art center provides visitors to Atlantic City with the chance to view the work of noted national and regional artists in all media with the beautiful Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop.
    • Location: New Jersey Ave. and Boardwalk, Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-347-5837
    • Cost: Free admission and parking.
    • Hours: Open daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Music Pier —Dedicated on July 4, 1929 with much fanfare, the Music Pier remains an Ocean City destination. This entertainment venue hosts stand-up comedy, musicals and soloists as well as the Ocean City Pops orchestra. Nationally renowned musicians make appearances at the Music Pier, which is also home to the Miss New Jersey pageant.
    • Location: Moorlyn Terrace and the Boardwalk, Ocean City
    • Phone: 609-399-6111
    • Cost: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: The box office closes during winter. Call for a schedule of upcoming events.
  • Cape May Stage — The Cape May Stage theater company provides award-winning professional theater in an intimate setting.  Located in the heart of the downtown historic district, the company brings in Tony and Emmy Award-winning actors to feature in a variety of Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning contemporary productions.
    • Location: 405 Lafayette St., Cape May
    • Phone: 609-884-1341
    • Cost: Tickets - $35 for adults, $30 for seniors; $15 for students.
    • Hours: The season runs mid-May thru December with performances nightly at 8 pm. Call for a schedule of upcoming performances.

Restaurants & Shopping

  • Newark’s Ironbound District — The Ironbound District is a culinary adventure. Visitors to this Newark neighborhood can choose from the district's more than 170 restaurants and eateries that serve lunch or dinner in an excursion into world-class international cuisine. Predominantly Portuguese, Spanish and Brazilian, flavored by Mexican and Central and South American influences, the Ironbound also offers fresh seafood, a scintillating selection of meat and chicken dishes, as well as regional favorites served up in generous portions and affordable prices.
  • Downtown Montclair — Located a short drive from Newark, the quaint streets of Montclair’s downtown are a haven for foodies, with funky cafes and authentic ethnic cuisine, including Ethiopian, French, Brazilian, Italian, Cuban and Turkish.
  • The Tick Tock Diner — Located a stone’s throw down Route 3 from MetLife Stadium, this art deco diner is a New Jersey landmark, feeding travelers and locals alike. The restaurant was featured on the Food Network’s hit show "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives."
    • Location: 281, Allwood, Road, Clifton
    • Phone: 973-777-0511
    • Hours: Open 24 hours every day.
  • The Secaucus Outlets — Outlet shopping in Secaucus grew out of the many large distribution warehouses in the town's commercial sector. It's not fancy, but the bargains are impressive. From the enclosed outlet mall with some 50 stores, many outlets are spread out where the companies maintain their warehouses and include names such as Gucci, Kenneth Cole, Lenox, Calvin Klein, Escada and Tommy Hilfiger.
  • Shop Hoboken — The city’s main thoroughfare, Washington Avenue, is filled with unique dining and drinking spots, as well as one-of-a-kind shops.  
  • Carlo’s City Hall Bake Shop — Made famous by the reality show “Cake Boss,” the family-owned bakery is located in the heart of Hoboken and routinely has a long line of people waiting to gain entrance. Many say theirs are the best-tasting wedding cakes, specialty cakes and baked goods around.
    • Location: 95 Washington St., Hoboken
    • Phone: 201-963-9463
    • Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday – Saturday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Liberty House Restaurant — This Jersey City restaurant likes to call itself “a view with a room.” Surrounded by water on three sides, it offers picture-perfect views of the Manhattan skyline, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and Liberty Landing Marina. An irregularly shaped, seven-sided bar juts into the dining room and boasts both a 10-foot raw bar and a sushi station. A glass-enclosed wine cellar is housed in the lobby and a combination of natural stone, metals and earth tones create the perfect foil for the skyline lights.
    • Location: 82 Audrey Zapp Dr., Jersey City
    • Phone: 201-395-0300
    • Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Maritime Parc —Located on the perimeter of the Liberty Landing Marina, Maritime Parc was named one of the top 25 restaurants in the state by New Jersey Monthly Magazine.
    • Location: 84 Audrey Zapp Dr., Jersey City
    • Phone: 201-413-0050
    • Hours: Monday-Wednesday, Closed; Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday, 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Century 21 — Legendary in New York, the discount designer department store branched out into New Jersey several years ago, offering designer brands at prices up to 65% below retail.
    • Location: 1 N. Park Pl., Morristown
    • Phone: 973-401-9500
    • Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Shop Downtown Morristown — Starting at the Morristown Green and heading along South Street are a string off restaurants, bars, specialty shops and one-of-a-kind boutiques. If you’re willing to travel a bit further afield, the neighboring towns of Madison and Chester also have thriving downtown shopping districts.
  • Nassau Place — Part of the thriving downtown Princeton shopping district, Nassau Place, with its 15 unique shops, offers both practical and fanciful quality merchandise.
    • Location: 20 Nassau St., Princeton
    • Phone: 609-924-9201
    • Hours: Hours of operation can vary from store to store. Call for information.
  • Palmer Square —Located in the heart of vibrant downtown Princeton, Palmer Square boasts a unique collection of shopping and dining that is not to be missed. You'll find apparel, shoes, home furnishings and one-of-a-kind local boutiques. There are also restaurants, specialty food and ice cream shops as well as two on-site garages.
    • Location: 40 Nassau St., Princeton
    • Phone: 609-921-2333
    • Hours: Hours of operation can vary from store to store. Call for information.
  • Princeton Market Fair — A fashionable and distinctive shopping destination in southern Princeton with upscale clothing and home furnishings stores, as well as restaurants.
    • Location: 3535 Rt. 1, Princeton
    • Phone: 609-452-7777
    • Hours: Store hours may vary. Call for more information.
  • Lambertville — A cluster of antiques shops, eclectic galleries and coffee shops gathered on the banks of the picturesque Delaware River makes Lambertville a haven for artists and craftsmen, not to mention shoppers. Charming streets are lined with well-preserved federal townhouses and Victorian homes.
  • Pier Shops at Caesars — The Pier Shops at Caesars is regarded as the most distinctive shopping destination in Atlantic City, boasting names such as Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Tiffany & Co. Attached to Caesars Atlantic City by a sky bridge, the shopping venue features more than 70 retail stores, seven restaurants and great views of the Atlantic Ocean
    • Location: Arkansas & Boardwalk, Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-345-3100
    • Hours: Monday-Friday; 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Restaurants maintain longer hours.
  • Tanger Outlets-The Walk — More than 95 brand name outlets are spread out over 15-city blocks, featuring names such as J. Crew, Michael Kors and Eddie Bauer, just to name a few.
    • Location: 2014 Baltic Ave., Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-344-0095 or 800-405-9555
    • Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Point Pavilion Antique Centre — Located in the landmark Woolworth Building, the center houses 60 antique dealers. It was named the “Best of the Best" antique center in Ocean County by the readers of the Asbury Park Press.
    • Location: 608 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach
    • Phone: 732-899-6300
    • Hours: Open seven days a week, 10 .m. to 6 p.m.
  • Point Pleasant Beach downtown — A thriving downtown that includes more than 100 shops, 15 antique galleries and 15 restaurants.
    • Location: 517 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach
    • Phone: 732-899-2424
  • Washington Place Mall — Dozens of shops are located in this quaint outdoor mall located one block from the ocean. Constructed as a three-block pedestrian concourse, it has a definite small-town feel about it.  Many of the shops have been in business for several generations.
    • Location: 300 - 500 Washington St., Cape May
    • Phone: 609-884-0555
    • Hours: Store hours can vary. Call for more information.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

  • The Prudential Center — Besides hosting concerts, this 18,000-seat state-of-the-art arena is home to the NHL’s Stanley Cup champion New Jersey Devils, as well as the New Jersey Ironmen indoor soccer team and the Seton Hall men’s and women’s basketball team.
    • Location: Mulberry & Lafayette Sts., Newark
    • Phone: 973-757-6000
    • Cost: Ticket prices vary according to event. Call for a schedule of upcoming games. Tickets can be purchased online, in person or through Tickermaster.
    • Hours: The box office, located at the corner of Edison Place and Mulberry Street, is open Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • The Newark Bears — This minor-league baseball club plays at Riverfront Stadium in the heart of Newark. The state-of-the-art baseball field was built by the County of Essex to serve as the team’s home field, with more than 6,000 seats and boasting the Manhattan skyline on its outfield horizon.
    • Location: 450 Broad St., Newark
    • Phone: 973-848-1000
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices and group discounts.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • MetLife Stadium —The Meadowlands has two very different meanings, depending upon your interests. If you have a taste for action, the award-winning MetLife Stadium won’t disappoint as home to the NFL Super Bowl champion New York Giants and the New York Jets.
    • Location: 1 MetLife Stadium Dr., East Rutherford
    • Phone: 201-559-1515
    • Cost: For ticket prices, call the stadium box office at 201-559-1300
    • Hours: The stadium box office is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • The Meadowlands Racetrack — Located just 10 minutes outside New York City, Meadowlands Racetrack is home to harness racing. The track hosts the sport's premier event, the Hambletonian, as well as a full slate of harness and thoroughbred simulcast action.
    • Location: 50 Rt. 120, East Rutherford,
    • Phone: 201-843-2446
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of events and races.
  • Trenton Devils — The AA farm squad for the Stanley Cup championship New Jersey Devils plays at Sun National Bank Center, which is also the site of major concerts and other top family-oriented events.
    • Location: 81 Hamilton Ave., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-656-3200
    • Cost: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of upcoming games.
  • The Trenton Thunder — The New YorkYankees’ AA farm team makes its home at Arm & Hammer Park.
    • Location: 1 Thunder Rd., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-394-3300
    • Cost: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of upcoming games.
  • Atlantic City Country Club — The par-70, 6,577-yard course dates to 1897 but has been updated several times, including in 1999 by architect Tom Doak. Known as one of America’s oldest golf clubs, Atlantic City Country Club has a tradition of fast and firm greens with uncompromising playing conditions and its bayside setting is evocative of the historic links in Scotland and Ireland.
    • Location: 1 Leo Fraser Drive , Northfield
    • Phone: 609-236-4411
    • Cost: Rates vary according to the time of year and time of day. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Call for information about available tee times.
  • Cape May National Golf Club — Cape May National Golf Club is one of the most natural golf courses ever built. Nicknamed "The Natural," the course surrounds a 50-acre private bird sanctuary.
    • Location: Route 9 & Florence Ave., Erma
    • Phone: 609-884-1563
    • Cost: Rates vary according to the time of year and time of day. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Call for available tee times.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

  • Ellis Island/Statue of Liberty — Statue Cruises provides ferry service to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, two of the nation’s most historic landmarks, from Liberty State Park.
    • Location: 1 Audry Zapp Dr., Jersey City
    • Phone: 877-523-9849
    • Cost:  Crown ticket holders are entitled to accessto the grounds of Liberty Island and Ellis Island as well as the Crown of the Statue of Liberty. $21 for adults, $17 for seniors, $12 for children, age 4-12. Pedestal access grants you access to the grounds of Liberty Island and Ellis Island and access up to the Fort Wood section of the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty. $18 for adults, $14 for seniors, $9 for children, age 4-12.
    • Hours: Statue Cruises offer year round daily service. Call for the ferry schedule.
    • Other: Ferry tickets may be purchased at the Central Railroad Terminal of New Jersey (in Liberty State Park) or by calling 877-523-9849. Be advised that ferry schedules are subject to change without notice. Audio tours are included with every ticket purchase.
  • Empty Sky 9/11 Memorial — Located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City and near the historic Central Railroad Terminal of New Jersey, "Empty Sky" is the official State of New Jersey's Memorial that honors the memory of 746 New Jersey lives lost at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Names are placed randomly on the twin brushed stainless steel walls. Individuals' names (4 inches tall) are within reach and engraved deep enough for hand rubbing. Like the World Trade Center, the stainless steel reflects the constantly changing light of day. The memorial invites visitors to literally and metaphorically look toward the empty sky in memory and look forward as a community.
    • Location: 1 Audrey Zapp Dr., Jersey City
    • Phone: 201-915-3440
    • Hours: Liberty State Park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Hudson County Courthouse National Historic Site — This beaux-arts architectural style public building constructed between 1906 and 1910 features early 20th century murals by famed artists Charles Yardley Turner, Francis Millet, Edwin H. Blashfield and Howard Pyle.
  • Morristown National Historical Park — America's first national historical park designates where Gen. George Washington and the brave but freezing and nearly starving Continental Army spent the winters of 1777-78 and the “cold hard winter” of 1779-80. The 1,676-acre park includes a three-mile tour road, 27 miles of hiking trails, a visitor center, 18th century farm and several reconstructed soldier huts. Tours, special events and re-enactments are held throughout the year. The park is also home to the historic Ford Mansion, Fort Nonsense and Jockey Hollow.
    • Location: 30 Washington Place, Morristown
    • Phone: 973-539-2016
    • Cost: Call for information.
    • Hours: Call for information regarding tours, reenactments and upcoming events.
  • Historic Jacob Ford Mansion —During the winter of 1779-80, Gen. George Washington and the Continental Army returned to Morristown for their second winter encampment. The Ford Mansion, then Morristown’s finest house became a center of the American Revolution when Mrs. Jacob Ford Jr. offered the hospitality of her home to Washington and his wife Martha.
    • Location: 586 Tempe Wick Rd., Morristown
    • Phone: 973-539-2016
    • Cost: Call for our prices. Groups of 15 or more must make reservations. Please call 973-539-2016 x 210 for more information and to confirm tour times.
    • Hours: Call for information regarding tour schedules.
  • Jockey Hollow at Morristown National Historic Park — The 1779-80 winter encampment site of the 12,000 plus members of the Continental Army. The site features replica huts used by American soldiers during the Revolutionary War. This 1,200-acre area of the Morristown National Historic Park includes a three-mile tour road, 25 miles of hiking trails, a visitor center, 18th century farm and several reconstructed soldier huts.
    • Phone: 973-543-4030
    • Location: 586 Tempe Wick Rd., Morristown
    • Cost: Call for information.
    • Hours: Tours, special events and re-enactments are held throughout the year. Call for more information.
  • Historic Speedwell — This National Historic Landmark site preserves the restored estate of Stephen Vail, proprietor of the Speedwell Iron Works. The most significant of the eight historic structures on site is the restored factory, where Stephen's son Alfred worked with Samuel F.B. Morse to perfect the telegraph and conducted the first successful demonstration on Jan. 11, 1838.  Guided tours of the Vail House and factory are available.
    • Location: 333 Speedwell Ave., Morristown
    • Phone: 973-285-6550
    • Cost: Call for information.
    • Hours: April  to June, Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed Sunday. July to October, Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. Last tour begins at 3:30 p.m.
  • Macculloch Hall Historical Museum — Macculloch Hall, a Federal-style mansion built by George Macculloch in 1810 and transformed into a museum in 1949 by W. Parsons Todd, features an impressive antiques collection, changing exhibits and a collection of works by Thomas Nast.
    • Location: 45 Macculloch Ave., Morristown
    • Phone: 973-538-2404
    • Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and students, over age 12, $4 for children, age 6-12, Free for members and children age 5 and younger.
    • Hours: Regular hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The gardens are open Monday- Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sundays 1 p.m. to 4p.m.
  • New Jersey State House — Home to the executive and legislative branches of New Jersey government since 1792, the New Jersey State House is the second-oldest capitol in continuous use in the United States. Free guided tours are available where visitors can see the governor's office, restored rotundas, legislative chambers and caucus rooms.
    • Location 125 W. State St., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-633-2709
    • Cost: Free
    • Hours: Guided tours are available weekdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday, noon - 3 p.m. Reservations required for 10 or more.
  • Trenton Battle Monument — The Trenton Battle Monument commemorates the American victory at the first Battle of Trenton, which occurred on Dec. 26, 1776. Touted as strategic, as well as a military success, the victory also served to boost the morale of a dwindling and dispirited Continental Army.
    • Location: 348 N. Warren St. at Broad St., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-737-0623
    • Cost: Free
    • Hours: Open year round from dawn to dusk.
  • New Jersey WWII Memorial — Located across the street from the New Jersey State House, this memorial pays tribute to the courage and sacrifice of the “Greatest Generation.”
    • Location: 125 W. State St., Trenton,
    • Phone: 609-984-8400
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming events.
  • The Old Barracks Museum — Located between the State House and the War Memorial is the only original British military barracks still standing in the United States. Now a museum showcasing artifacts and weapons, the building is also famous for its role in Washington's day-after-Christmas, 1776 victory over Hessian troops in the Battle of Trenton. The battle is reenacted the Saturday after Christmas
    • Location: 101 Barrack St., Trenton
    • Phone: 609-396-1776, 609-777-4042
    • Cost: $8 for adults; $6 for seniors and students, age 6 and older; Free for kids age 5 and under.
    • Hours: Open daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Drumthwacket — This beautiful Greek-revival mansion is the official residence of New Jersey governors.
    • Location 354 Stockton St., Princeton
    • Phone: 609-683-0057
    • Cost: A $5 per person donation is suggested.
    • Hours: Open for tours on Wednesdays (with the exception of holidays and the summer months), though registration is required. The site is closed in August. Call or see website for details.
  • Princeton University — Visit the hallowed halls of this Ivy League institution, home to scientists, scholars and scribes. Take a walking tour of the charming campus, dating from 1754. Don’t miss the Gothic Princeton University Chapel or the university’s art museum
    • Location: 200 Elm Drive, Princeton,
    • Phone: 609-258-3000
    • Cost: Free
    • Hours: Call for information about tour schedules
  • Walt Whitman House — The home of American poet Walt Whitman contains an extensive collection of writings, photographs and memorabilia.
    • Location: 326 Mickle Blvd., Camden
    • Phone: 856-964-5383
    • Cost: Free
    • Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Closed Monday and Tuesday.
    • Other: Visits to the Whitman House are by guided tour only. As tours are limited in size, it is always advisable to speak to a staff member before visiting to confirm hours and tour availability. Please note: the schedule may be subject to change.
  • Absecon Lighthouse — Built in 1857, this 171-foot lighthouse remains one of Atlantic City's most popular attractions. It’s the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey, and the third tallest in the United States. Climb the 228 steps to the top for breathtaking views of Atlantic City.
    • Location: 31 S. Rhode Island Ave., Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-449-1360
    • Cost: Free admission to the keeper’s house museum, exhibits and grounds.
    • Hours: September to June,Thursday through Monday, 11a.m. to 4p.m., Closed Tuesday and Wednesday; July and August, Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Lucy the Elephant — Located about five miles north of Ocean City, in Margate, is Lucy. Standing 65-feet, the 127-year of sculpture of a red, saddled pachyderm is not only the largest wooden elephant statue in the world; it is also “America’s Oldest Roadside Attraction” and a National Historic Monument.
    • Location: 9200 Atlantic Ave., Margate
    • Phone: 609-823-6473
    • Cost: $8 for adults; $4 for children, age 3-12; Free for children, age 2 and younger.
    • Hours: Hours of operation vary depending on time of year. Call for more information.
  • Barnegat Lighthouse State Park — Site of the famed Barnegat Lighthouse on the northern tip of Long Beach Island, the park offers panoramic view of Long Beach Island, Barnegat Inlet and Island Beach State Park. Trails through one of the state's last maritime forests, birding site for water fowl, fishing, scheduled nature walks and talks. While there, climb the lighthouse or visit the nearby Barnegat Light Museum, which houses the lighthouse's original Fresnel lens.
    • Location: Broadway (off Long Island Beach Blvd.), Barnegat Light
    • Phone: 609-494-2016
    • Cost: $3 for adults; $1 for children, age 6-11; Free for children, age 5 and younger.
    • Hours: Park gates open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; the lighthouse opens weekends only from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Hereford Inlet Lighthouse — Hereford Inlet Lighthouse is a working lighthouse, though its Victorian architecture more closely resembles a vacation home (except for the big light standing atop the building). The lighthouse now hosts a small museum open for guided and self-guided tours.
    • Location: 111 N. Central Ave., North Wildwood
    • Phone: 609-522-4520
    • Cost: Call for information on admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for information regarding hours of operation and special events.
  • Sunset Lake & Turtle Gut Park & Memorial — Site of the only battle of the American Revolution battle fought in Cape May County.
    • Location: New Jersey Ave. at Miami Ave., Wildwood Crest
    • Phone: 609-522-7788
    • Cost: Call for information.
    • Hours: Call for information
  • Cape May Lighthouse — Built in 1859, the Cape May Lighthouse remains a working aid to navigation. Visitors who climb the 199 steps to the top are rewarded with a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay. A little further down Sunset Boulevard is the recently opened World War II Lookout Tower, which was part of the immense Delaware Bay harbor defense system known as Fort Miles. Features include a Wall of Honor recognizing area veterans.
    • Location: 299 Lighthouse Ave. (Rt. 626) at Yale Ave., Cape May Point
    • Phone: 609-884-5404
    • Cost: Admission to the lighthouse is $7 for adults, $3 for children, age 3-12, free for children under age 3.
    • Hours: For additional information on lighthouse or tower hours of operation call the Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities at 609-884-5404.
  • Emlem Physick Estate — Built in 1879 by renowned architect Frank Furness, Cape May's only Victorian house museum can be toured throughout the year. Changing seasonal exhibits provide a glimpse of daily life in a Victorian household.
    • Location: 1048 Washington St., Cape May
    • Phone: 609-884-5404
    • Cost: Call for information about tour prices.
    • Hours: Call for hours of operation and tour schedules.
  • Historic Cold Spring Village — This early-American, open-air, living-history museum that brings an 1800s community to life.  The Village consists of 26 restored buildings on a 30-acre wooded site. A variety of guides dressed in period clothing will demonstrate basketry, woodworking, broom making, tinsmithing, weaving, spinning, blacksmithing, printing, pottery, bookbinding, 19th century farming and open-hearth cooking. Visitors will also find a welcome center, country store, the Old Grange Restaurant, bakery and ice cream parlor.
    • Location: 720 Rt. 9, Cape May
    • Phone: 609-898-2300
    • Cost: $10 for adults, $8 for children, age 3-12, Free for members and children under age 3
    • Hours: Open May through September, Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Special events are held every weekend from late May through mid-September in addition to weekday family activities. Call for more information.

 

Parks & Outdoor Activities

  • Branch Brook Park — The more than 2,000 cherry trees exceed both the variety and number found in Washington, D.C. Each spring, the park is home to the annual Cherry Blossom Festival.
    • Location: Bloomfield Ave. at Lake St., Newark
    • Phone: 973-268-2300
    • Cost: Free
    • Hours: Call for hours of operation or information on upcoming events.
  • Classic Harbor Line-Hoboken —Take an excursion aboard the elegant Yacht Beacon around New York Harbor and take in the views of the Manhattan skyline or the sun dipping behind the Statue of Liberty
    • Location: 1301 Sinatra Dr., Hoboken
    • Phone: 212-627-1825
    • Cost: call for cruise rates.
    • Hours: call for a cruise schedule.
  • Sea Fever Excursions — See New York Harbor on a private sailing cruiser.
    • Location: 2 Audrey Zapp Dr., Jersey City,
    • Phone: 201-887-8700
    • Cost: Call for information.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule or information on upcoming events.
  • George Griswold Frelinghuysen Arboretum — The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is New Jersey's largest horticultural park, showcasing a wide-range of native and exotic plants on 127 acres. The park’s buildings and grounds offer a glimpse into the late Victorian era of Morristown.
    • Location: 353 E. Hanover Ave., Morristown
    • Phone: 973-326-7600
    • Cost: Free admission.
    • Hours: Open daily, 8 a.m. to dusk.
  • Lewis Morris Park — A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, the park provides areas for fitness, picnics and playtime. Visitors can partake of a variety of activities including, biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, ice skating, sledding, snowshoeing and  swimming.
    • Location: 270 Mendham Rd., Morristown
    • Phone: 973-326-7600
    • Cost: Free Admission
    • Hours: Call for hours of operation.
  • Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park — At 74 miles long, it is one of New Jersey’s most popular recreation for fishing, canoeing, jogging, hiking, biking and horseback riding.
    • Location: 145 Mapleton Rd., Princeton
    • Phone: 609-924-5705
    • Cost: Call for information on upcoming events.
    • Hours: Open daily sunrise to sunset.
  • Manasquan Inlet — The boardwalk isn’t the only thing to see in Point Pleasant. This park is a prime birding location and the site of several sport fishing charters, and offers excellent shore diving.
    • Location: North End of Ocean Ave., Point Pleasant Beach,
    • Phone: 732-892-1118
  • Scuba Diving —The New Jersey shore is littered with underwater treasure. There are hundreds of shipwrecks off the coast, many of them with fascinating histories, like that of the R.P. Resor. Found 120 feet beneath the water 32 miles off Long Beach Island, the Resor fell victim to of a World War II German U-boat operating off the coast. It is also considered one of the best deep-dive locations on the shore.
  • Point Pleasant Parasail — Oceanfront flights with experienced captains are available daily and make a great way to celebrate a birthday, graduation or anniversary. 
    • Location: 35 Broadway, Point Pleasant Beach
    • Phone: 732-714-2359
    • Cost: Call for information on rates and discounts.
    • Hours: Call for hours of operations
  • Casino Fishing Pier — Access to this ocean fishing pier, located on the boardwalk, requires a daily pass. Fish caught on the pier include striped bass, black sea bass, fluke, weakfish, flounder, blue fish, sea robin, skates and dogfish.
    • Location: Sherman Ave. & Boardwalk, Seaside Heights
    • Phone: 732-830-2252
    • Cost: Call for information regarding day passes.
    • Hours: Call for information.
  • Cape May National Wildlife Refuge — The refuge includes four hiking trails for wildlife observation and photography. The best wildlife viewing occurs in spring and fall.
    • Location: 24 Kimbles Beach Rd., Cape May Court House
    • Phone: 609-463-0994
    • Hours: Open daily from dawn to dusk.
  • Cape May Point State Park —Cape May is for the birds. Point State Park, with its changing shoreline, sand dunes, freshwater coastal marsh and ponds, forested islands and varied uplands make it a well-known location for viewing the fall bird migration. The park has a beach, several blazed trails that lead visitors to ponds, coastal dunes, marshes and forest habitats where wildlife can be viewed from observation platforms.
    • Location: Lighthouse Ave. at Yale Ave., Cape May Point
    • Phone: 609-884-2159
    • Cost: Admission fee
    • Hours: Open daily from dawn to dusk.

 

Zoos & Aquariums

  • Adventure Aquarium —Spend a day with sea cucumbers, starfish, stingrays and even sharks. A 550,000-gallon shark exhibit, which has a walk-through tunnel, houses more than two dozen of the sharp-toothed predators. In fact, the aquarium is one of only two in the country with a hammerhead shark. Other popular attractions include African penguins, seals and Nile hippos.
    • Location: 1 Riverside Dr., Camden
    • Phone: 856-365-3301 or 856-365-3300
    • Cost: Prices for tickets and special passes can vary. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Open daily from 10 .m. to 5 p.m.
  • Atlantic City Aquarium — The aquarium showcases more than 100 varieties of fish and marine animals housed in eight tanks. Highlights include the Fish of the New Jersey Coast.
    • Location: 800 N. New Hampshire Ave., Atlantic City
    • Phone: 609-348-2880
    • Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, $5 for children, age 4-12: Free for children, age 3 and younger.
    • Hours: Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Jenkinson’s Aquarium — Open year-round, exhibits such as Atlantic sharks, coral reefs, African penguins, alligators and harbor seals give visitors the opportunity to get up close to animals from around the globe.
    • Location: 300 Ocean Ave. (on the Boardwalk), Point Pleasant Beach
    • Phone: 732-892-0600
    • Cost: $11 for an adult; $6.50 for seniors and children, age 3-12.
    • Hours: Monday-Friday. 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Cape May County Zoo – Accredited by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA), the park affords visitors a glimpse of snow leopards, giraffes and close to 250 other species as well as lush country gardens. ?
    • Location: 707 N. Route 9, Cape Phone: County Park Office: 609-465-571
    • Cost: Free. Call for information on special events.
    • Hours: Spring and Summer, Open daily from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.; Fall and Winter , Open daily from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
  • Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center — On this seafaring safari, watch the world’s largest mammals surface and breach. Enjoy the antics of dolphins, as they cavort and frolic right alongside the boat.
    • Location: 1286 Wilson Dr., Cape May
    • Phone: 609-898-0055 and 888-531-0055
    • Cost: Cruise prices vary. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Call for information regarding trip schedules.

Other: Advance ticket purchases are recommended as trips often sell out.

Other Points of Interest

  • Liberty Science Center — A distinctive building overlooking the Hudson River, the state-of-the-art Liberty Science Centeroffers hundreds of exhibitions in eight expansive new galleries and amazing films in the nation's largest IMAX Dome Theater. The aim? Show science and technology as they exist, embedded in our lives. The center also is home to the Joseph D. Williams Science Theater, which shows 3D films.
    • Location: 222 Jersey City Blvd., Jersey City
    • Phone: 201-200-1000
    • Cost: Admission prices vary. Call for more information
    • Hours: Hours of operation vary depending on time of year. Call for more information on upcoming events.

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