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Things To Do in Newark, NJ
Walk the halls where the first president, George Washington, once roamed. The Hermitage House, a National Historic Landmark and museum, consists of a preserved and restored stone house from 1763. This lovely home features several stunning Gothic Revival architectural details, from the diamond-paned windows to the high Tudor arches and gabled roof, as well as a collection of period furniture, clothing, accessories and other attractions on display.
Enjoy a classic carnival while simultaneously celebrating the African American culture when you come to the African American Heritage Festival in Weequahic Park. This fun-filled, family-friendly event builds on tradition, establishing a sense of pride and awareness of African American heritage as well as providing a weekend of entertainment for the diverse Newark community.
Located just minutes away from the heart of downtown and all of its attractions, Branch Brook Park is a gorgeous retreat in the middle of an urban landscape. Wander through its 360 acres of sprawling meadows and woodlands. Walk, jog, bike or birdwatch along the miles of undulating terrain, filled with streams and lakes and lined with 4,000 cherry blossom trees.