Paterson is the largest and county seat in Passaic County.Paterson is often called the “Silk City” because of its role in silk production in the second half of the 19th Century. The second-largest Muslim community in the United States is Paterson. There are between 75 and 100 languages spoken in Paterson, many in Arabic dialects.
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Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park
The Great Falls of the Passaic River, which is located in Paterson, New Jersey, United States, is a spectacular waterfall that reaches 77 feet in height. The National Park Service manages the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. It protects the falls and the surrounding area. It was established by Congress in 2009. It is one of the largest waterfalls in America and played an important role in New Jersey’s early industrial development, which began in the earliest days.
|Address:||72 McBride Ave, Paterson, NJ 07501, United States|
The original name of Lambert Castle was Belle Vista. It is located in Paterson, Passaic County New Jersey. Built in 1892, the building was included in the National Register of Historic Places in June 1976 for its importance in art, architecture, industry, and design.
|Address:||3 Valley Rd, Paterson, NJ 07503, United States|
The Paterson Museum
The Paterson Museum is located in Paterson in Passaic County in New Jersey. It was established in 1925 and is managed by Paterson. Their mission is to preserve and present Paterson’s industrial history. It is located within the Old Great Falls Historic District. The museum is located in the Thomas Rogers Building, Market Street. It was the former erecting workshop of Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works. This company was a major 19th century manufacturer of railroad steam locomotives. The museum used to be located in Nathan Barnert’s carriage house, a civic figure and philanthropist.
|Address:||2 Market St, Paterson, NJ 07501, United States|
Garret Mountain Reservation
Garret Mountain Reservation, a park covering 568 acres in New Jersey, is located on First Watchung Mountain in Paterson. It also includes Woodland Park in the southern Passaic County. It was made a National Natural Landmark in 1967 as part of the Great Falls of Paterson and Garret Mountain listing. It extends into Clifton. Garret Mountain, Passaic County’s most popular recreational area, offers visitors grass fields, many miles of running/walking trails, basketball courts and picnic areas. Barbour’s Pond, which is state-stocked with fish for anglers is also available at the Equestrian Center, where they can take lessons in horseback riding.
|Address:||8 Mountain Ave, Woodland Park, NJ 07424, United States|
Mary Ellen Kramer Park
Scenic park with various observation areas for viewing the large, well-known Patterson Great Falls.
|Address:||Paterson, NJ 07522, United States|
Passaic Falls resides in the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park in Paterson in Passaic County, New Jersey.
Eastside Park is a residential area in Paterson’s Eastside. The Eastside Park section is the area of the city that borders Vreeland Avenue, East 33rd Street, and 20th Avenue to west, 20th Avenue south, McLean Boulevard, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Way north. The Eastside Park section can be accessed from the Manor section by Broadway. This becomes Route 4 and crosses the Passaic River into Elmwood Park, Bergen County.
|Address:||Paterson, NJ 07504, United States|
American Labor Museum Inc
Pietro and Maria Botto House (also known as Pietro Botto House), is where the leaders of the Industrial Workers of the World union spoke with the 15,000 striking workers of the Paterson Silk Strike of1913.
|Address:||83 Norwood St, Haledon, NJ 07508, United States|