With over a quarter of a million people living calling it home, Newark is the largest city in the state of New Jersey. It also one of the country’s major shipping, air, and rail hubs, Climate wise, the area straddles the line between being classified as humid sub-tropical and humid continental. There are four distinct seasons here, but you’ll only see lows in the twenties and thirties for four months out of the year, so it doesn't get or stay bone-chillingly cold.
With so many attractions you can enjoy, planning your trip might be a little difficult especially if you only have a few days to spend in the city. We have come up with a list of the best attractions to enjoy, and places to stay in an RV rental in Newark, New Jersey.
Built in 1899, the cathedral is an architectural wonder. It must be seen to be fully appreciated. You’ll take hundreds of photos while you’re here, and spend hours just wandering the place. Filled with history and significance, every corner of the Cathedral is a treasure. Make sure to visit the Cathedral Basillica of the Sacred Heart.
Spanning the area between Newark and Belleville, Branch Brook Park is a beautiful oasis of green, amidst a bustling area. It is best visited in spring, when the cherry blossoms are blooming. Wonderful photo ops here, and after a day spent in the city, it’s a great way to unwind and relax before heading home for the night.
The largest museum in the state of New Jersey, the Newark Museum features 80 history-packed galleries to explore. Visitors can also enjoy its planetarium and sculpture garden. The sculpture garden alone will probably chew through your camera battery, so be sure to bring extra!