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Lighthouse
“The Navesink Twin Lights is a non-operational lighthouse and museum located in Highlands, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States, overlooking Sandy Hook Bay, the entrance to the New York Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean. The Twin Lights, as the name implies, are a pair of beacons located 246 feet above sea level on the headlands of the Navesink Highlands. In 1962, the State of New Jersey acquired Twin Lights. At the current museum facility, tours of the lighthouse, a climb of the North Tower and its expansive ocean view, and a view of the lighthouse equipment, await visitors. Twin Lights is listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places. The Twin Lights State Historic Site is part of the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route.”
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Museum
“The art museum on the campus of Rutgers University. Check out the website for current exhibits and special events. Admission fee.”
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Museum
“Check back to 1869 when the town was found -- and how far it's come as a cape meeting site, but how it's grown over the past ten years. ”
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Park
“Conference House Park is a great destination for both nature and history buffs. This 267-acre site features four historic buildings from Staten Island's history. The Conference House, the Billopp House, the Ward House and Rutan-Beckett House all tell of New York's, and America's, past. History surrounds you as you stroll along beautifully kept pathways. Nearby is the Conference House, name for an unsuccessful Revolutionary War peace attempt. Held between a British delegation and John Adams, Edward Rutledge, and Benjamin Franklin on September 11, 1776, no agreement was reached and the war continued for another seven years. In addition to historic landmarks and breathtaking views, the park also boasts a newly refurbished playground, a Visitors Center, 2.5 miles of beach, paths for hiking and biking, and a "South Pole," which marks New York's southernmost point.”
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Museum
“till fall 2020 “Springsteen: His Hometown”, an historical exhibit that will provide a comprehensive look of how Monmouth County, NJ has been thematically woven into Bruce Springsteen’s music and art throughout his career. “Springsteen: His Hometown” will display over 150 unique items featuring selections from both the Monmouth County Historical Association and The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at Monmouth University. ”
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Historische Stätte
“Check out the former military base at Sandy Hook, Fort Hancock. Have a picnic on the park bench and enjoy the views of Sandy Hook Bay!”
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Museum
“Historic mansion near Rutgers stadium. Open Tues-Fri 1-4pm and Sunday 1-4pm.”
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Museum
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History Museum
“This museum is a good attraction for catching civil war reenactments. There's a lot of charm to historical sites such as this one and a lot that you come to appreciate about how interior design of buildings have changed since the times when this building was constructed.”
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Museum
“Asbury Park Historical Society headquarters and former home of Red Badge Of Courage writer, Stephen Crane.”
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Museum
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History Museum
“Home of NJ's last royal Governor, William Franklin, son of Benjamin Franklin”
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Museum
“History of East Brunswick. Did you know this town was a resort town before air conditioning? Self-guided walking tour.”
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