Cornelius Van Vorst, ca.1620; 
Jersey City Free Public Library; Grover Cleveland Political Cartoon; 
Grover Cleveland Birthplace Historical Site Collection Peter Lee, former slave, ca.1880; 
Hoboken Historical Photographs Collection; Farm Map of Hillsboro, Somerset County, 1860; 
Historical Maps of New Jersey Collection; Bathing Beauties, 1890-1930; 
American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark Collection; Flag Salute, 1950; 
Seabrook Farms Collection;
I'm Bored! Things to Do in New Jersey

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"There's something for everyone in New Jersey." General information, attractions, tour guides and more. Includes a message board, online games, e-cards you can send, an online store of New Jersey related items and more.

New Jersey Travel: Where to Go, Where to Stay, Activities, How to Get Here.

Includes brochures, a travel guide, an events calendar and more.


"Everything Jersey": a website with news, things to do, sports and culture, colleges and universities, and more from seven New Jersey newspapers, The Star-Ledger, The Times-Trenton, The Jersey Journal, The Gloucester Co. Times, The Express Times, The Bridgeton News and Today's Sunbeam.

Discover Jersey Arts. Showcase Online.

A searchable calendar of arts, history and culture events throughout the state.

Hangout NJ: Travel and Attractions.

Fun things to do, particularly for kids, in New Jersey. Categories of fun activities are beaches, skiing, museums and historic sites. Games, coloring books and activity suggestions abound at this engaging site.

American Local History Network: New Jersey Homepage. New Jersey Historic Activities Calendar.

A calendar of events with a historical focus. This is a good site for finding historic re-enactments, festivals and historical lecture series.

10 Most Endangered Historic Sites in New Jersey.

Preservation New Jersey, "the only statewide private membership-supported historic preservation organization in New Jersey" selects a list of ten sites it considers most endangered to raise awareness to New Jersey's vanishing physical and architectural heritage.

Virtual New Jersey Shore.

A comprehensive guide to the Jersey shore, including virtual tours, accommodations, food, weather, and more. Billed as a site "for people who love the Jersey shore," this website provides comprehensive information on beaches, broken down by county and by information category (weather, calendar of events, rental and purchase of Jersey shore homes, etc.)

"It's all about the Pine Barrens"-a guide to one of the most unique environments in New Jersey. Everyone should visit the Pine Barrens at least once, and this website provides a comprehensive introduction to the culture, history and geography of the pine barrens-with an event calendar, towns, tours, parks, dining, activities and more.

New Jersey State Historic Sites.

A directory with phone numbers, descriptions and links to websites for New Jersey State Historic Sites, from the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry.

New Jersey Hiking Trail Finder.

New Jersey hiking and backpacking from, a website maintained by hiking enthusiasts.

New Jersey Women's Heritage Trail.

A sampling of sites on the New Jersey Women's Heritage Trail, which celebrates the women of New Jersey who played a role in the state's history, such as the Bridget Smith house and the Atlantic City convention hall, the site of the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City. The entire trail guide can be downloaded in PDF from the site.

New Jersey Lighthouses.

New Jersey is famed for its coastline, as well as for the many historic lighthouses that dot the coastline. The New Jersey Lighthouse Society maintains a list of lighthouses that are open to the public as well as those that can only be viewed as a "lonely beacon in the distance."

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