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Spend A Day at Entertainment Districts In New Jersey

If you’re looking for fun entertainment districts in New Jersey, Atlantic City is a great place to start. It’s home to the world’s first and longest boardwalk. Take a stroll along the historic wooden walkway that Miss America contestants have paraded down, or rent a bike. Try your luck at the casinos and see popular performers at glitzy concert venues. Buy salt-water taffy, play games at the arcade and take a spin on carnival rides.

You can play miniature golf, frolic on the gorgeous beach, or shop at boutiques and outlet stores. Be sure to visit Absecon Lighthouse and the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Museum. If you time it right, you might be able to see a parade. While Atlantic City is the most famous, you’ll find equally entertaining attractions along the boardwalks at Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, Ocean City, and Wildwood.

Ironbound District

Roughly bounded by the McCarter Highway, the Lincoln Hwy, Delancy Street, and the Passaic River, the Ironbound District is Newark's premier shopping and dining district. Featuring ample shopping, dining, sports and entertainment opportunities, the Ironbound creates a unique and modern cultural experience that is still being built upon today in northern New Jersey.

The Ironbound is easily accessible by light rail and booth rail and is located just north of Newark Liberty International Airport. Specific "hot spots" found in the district include the NJ Cultural Arts Center, the Newark Museum, and other must-see destinations.