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This area of North Jersey has nearly 250,000 inhabitants.
Trenton, the state capital, is about 50 miles southwest of Jersey City, and Long Island City is 6 miles to the northeast.
Well-known attractions such as Ellis Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum are just one part of what makes this destination special.
Laugh, play and be thoroughly entertained at the Loew's Jersey Theater and Field Station Dinosaurs, two great attractions for the entire family.
When the weather is fine, pack some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the area's picturesque green spaces, such as Lincoln Park or Arlington Park. Liberty State Park and Hamilton Park are two more excellent places to while away the day with a good book.
Lake Ozonia is is a picturesque location to spot local wildlife and skim a few stones.
You can take in Mother Nature's gifts year-round at Riverbend Wetlands Preserve and Hamilton Veterans Park. Your mind, body and soul will be thankful for swinging by Meadowlands Conservation Trust.
Broaden your perspectives with a trip to one of the area's fascinating cultural spaces. Meander through the hallways as you check out the displays at the Hoboken Historical Museum and the Jersey City Museum. Another two to consider are the New Jersey State Police Museum and the Lyndhurst Historical Society - Little Red Schoolhouse.
You don't have to be a science nerd to appreciate the scientific gadgets and discoveries showcasing at the Liberty Science Center.
Jersey City's arty side can be glimpsed at the Barsky Gallery.
Take some time to admire the fascinating displays and examine the well-preserved collections at the Meadowlands Museum.
Wander back through this region's past with a visit to the Colgate Clock and the Holland Tunnel, just two of the interesting historic sites here. You might also like to snap a few photos at Hoboken City Hall and Jersey City City Hall.
Whether you think of yourself as religious or not, you're bound to discover something that interests you at Hudson Presbyterian Church.
Stop by the Goldman Sachs Tower, the Empty Sky Memorial and Weehawken Water Tower and reflect upon the diverse stories and events that helped shape Jersey City into what it is today.
If you have an interest in the area's educational institutions, you might like to visit the Stevens Institute of Technology and the New Jersey City University. Take a stroll through the campus, admire the architecture and get a glimpse of tomorrow's leaders. It's no wonder that they are such popular study destinations.
This area is renowned as a great destination if you love to shop, so be sure to get your retail fix while you are here. Grab a great deal, splash out on a luxury purchase or just enjoy the atmosphere at Newport Mall and Newport Center Mall. Hudson Mall and Harmon Cove Outlet Center are also a lot of fun to visit.
One of the most popular live performance venues around town is the Park Performing Arts Center. After the show, follow your fellow theater goers to the nearby eateries and enjoy the local dishes.
Jersey City's most acclaimed sights sometimes overshadow its less renowned, yet equally fascinating activities. The Jersey City Public Library and the North Bergen Public Library are some interesting options. If you have more time to spare, also think about visiting the Weehawken Public Library or the Monroe Center for the Arts.
Jersey City is much loved by travelers, and boasts a nice selection of accommodations. Expedia's Jersey City lodging guide has all the details.
If you're splashing out on a little luxury, check out the guest services at The St. Regis New York, at Two East 55th St, and the Mandarin Oriental, New York, at 80 Columbus Circle at 60th Street. The Chelsea Savoy Hotel, at 204 W 23rd Street, and the Off Soho Suites Hotel, at 11 Rivington St are two cheaper listings that you may find worth checking out if you're on a budget.
Brooklyn Bridge is a must-see for visitors to Jersey City, and staying within easy walking distance can be a great way to really make the most of it. The Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District is just 0.3 miles away. Another convenient option is the Seaport Inn.