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New Jersey sometimes gets given a hard time because of comparisons to nearby New York, but for those who actually get to experience the city – they realize that’s it’s jam-packed with adventures for those who visit.

In this article, we’ll give you some of those major attractions that can transform your visit and make sure that you have a great time in New Jersey.


Here a just a few of the things you can get up to while you’re visiting New Jersey:

  • Take a stroll on the Asbury Park Boardwalk and enjoy the sunshine while taking in some of the local spots. There are some great beaches and cafes which will keep you entertained and fueled for the entire day.

  • If you’re looking for more greenery, head out to the New Jersey Pine Barrens, a forested area that has some wonderful hikes for you to get some fresh air. Spend a few hours here and you’ll feel your shoulders getting lighter, and your mind getting a bit clearer.

  • If you’re looking for some history, then definitely check out the Battleship New Jersey. This is a rejuvenated battleship from World War II which now hosts tours, events, and visitors of all kinds. If you’re lucky, you might even be around when they have one of their famous beer garden or stargazing events.

  • One of the most famous people that ever lived in New Jersey was the inventor of the lightbulb Thomas Edison, and you can visit his laboratory to dip your toes into the mind of the great inventor. It’s a really inspiring place and is a good way to revitalize your thinking and remind you to dream a bit bigger.

  • If you’re looking for a story you can take home, you’d do far worse than to go to Roxy & Duke’s in Dunellen. It’s an event space with a roadhouse theme that puts on shows of increasing strangeness all the time. Rock ‘n Roll, drag, burlesque, you name it – this is the place to get weird.

  • Lastly, you’ll definitely want to indulge in some of the great restaurants that the city has to offer. Try Pancho’s Mexican Taqueria for some mind-bending tacos, Elements for a futuristic fine dining tasting experience, or The Old Causeway for some of the freshest seafood you’ll ever find. From there, we encourage you to explore the streets and go where the locals go because there are hidden gems everywhere you look.

That’s as good a list as any to get you started and we’re sure that you’ll find much more to do in New Jersey while you’re there. We promise you that you won’t be disappointed.

Now, let’s look at the air travel options available to you when you’re going in and out of the city.


When you’re flying into New Jersey, there are three main options for airports.  These include Trenton Mercer Airport, which is in the middle of the state, Newark Liberty International Airport in the Northeast, and Atlantic City International Airport in the South.

If you’re looking for a private jet charter, then The Flight King is here to help.  With Teterboro being the biggest, you also have Morristown and Atlantic City. There are some really fantastic private aircrafts that you can use to help match your flight needs.  If flying on a shorter journey,  perhaps a light jet and super light jets may fit your needs.  A Beechjet 400, Learjet 35, Citation Bravos and many more are great for quick 2-3 hour hops.  For the slightly larger jets where you need more than 4 hours of airtime, you’ll be looking at using a midsize jet such as Hawker 800 or a Falcon 50.  For the heavier private jets like Gulfstreams and the Legacy 600, The Flight King has a variety of jet rental options at your disposal - no matter where you’re coming from.

We know New Jersey backward and forwards and we can help you set up suitable private jet rentals for whatever you need while you’re in town.  Getting the right location and the right aircraft for the job is our specialty. 


Get in touch today and and let’s work together to make your trip to New Jersey the best it can be!  

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