Visiting Adventure Aquarium entertainment center situated near Camden is going to be incredibly rememberable, especially for children, as they will get lots of impressions.
New Jersey’s cultural heritage is best of all manifested at Newark. This is where you can see the famous local museum with its eighty galleries exhibiting original works of American art and science. There you can also see creative American zoos and wonderful planetariums. For lovers of true American family recreation, the Prudential Center arena in Newark is always open, with the local NHL hockey team New Jersey Devils playing their home matches there.
Here is a touching and remarkable fact: this arena admits 8,000 spectators and it is where Americans gave the last farewell to the outstanding singer Whitney Houston in February 2012.
The state of New Jersey is also rich in natural recreation areas. It is the place of the UNESCO-recognized national reserve, the Pinelands. The world’s largest safari park in Jackson, and one of America’s oldest vineyards, Reno Vinery, is situated in the west of Egg Harbor. The recreation area Delaware Water Gap and ski tracks of Mountain Creek are also worth visiting.