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Newark Liberty International Airport

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is the vast facility serving New York City and the surrounding New Jersey metropolitan area. Situated about 16 miles from midtown Manhattan, it has three passenger terminals and caters for around 32 million internal and international passengers each year.

The airport offers an extensive range of amenities and services to travellers, including gift shops, tax-free shopping areas, restaurants, snack bars and currency services. Wireless Internet access is available. The terminal buildings are all non-smoking. There are various transport options available at the airport including a heliport, taxis, and bus and rail services and of course car hire. Should you wish to remain at the airport, the 10 storey Marriott hotel is on site and offers over 400 rooms and conference facilities.

New Jersey

The state of New Jersey is physically small and is actually the United States of America's fifth smallest. Its state capital and largest city is Newark. The area was originally the home o the Delaware American native people. The Dutch colonised it before it passed to English possession. It was one of the original Thirteen Colonies and witnessed many battles during the American Revolution. New Jersey entered the Union in 1787 and became the third US state. It is so named after an early prominent citizen's home of Jersey in the Channel Islands. It is nicknamed the Garden State due to its historical importance to America as the agricultural area and a major food supplier to the city of New York. Today, although agriculture is still important, the economy of the state relies most heavily on its petro-chemical and service industries. The state is in fact America's leading producer of chemicals including cosmetics and soap products. Tourism is a very important factor in the economy and with some spectacular scenery and 130 miles of Atlantic coastline famed for its fine, sandy beaches that are a favoured summer resort for many New York City dwellers; New Jersey has a lot to offer the tourist. Some famous New Jersey sons and daughters include J. Fenimore Cooper � the author of Last of the Mohicans, Frank Sinatra and Whitney Houston.

Must See in New Jersey

Many of the state's historic sites relate to the American Revolution period. English colonial and federal period features as well as the earlier Dutch colonial styles.

American Revolutionary sites include Fort Lee Historic Park, and Fort Hancock in Sandy Hook. There are numerous military museums featuring the American Revolution.

Old Barracks Museum in Trenton provides a most fascinating account of the Battle of Trenton. Industrial themed places of interest include the world's largest model railroad exhibition at The Great American Wonder and Railroad Museum in Flemington.

Liberty State Park is one of the best places to view the Statue of Liberty and provides an access point to the monument island.

Nearby on Ellis Island, the Immigration Museum is well worth a visit.

July - New Jersey Festival of Ballooning.

August - New Jersey State Fair.