Jersey City’s Top Attraction

Liberty State Park

Liberty Park, Jersey City’s top attraction, is also home to Ellis Island  and the Statue of Liberty. Liberty Park covers 1212 acres and is a  green oasis in the middle a busy metropolis.

Liberty Science Center

The Liberty State Park houses an interactive science museum and learning  center. It covers 300,000 sq. feet and was opened in 1993. The IMAX  Dome Theatre, one of the largest theatres in America, is located here.

Statue Cruise

Statue Cruises is the best way to see the Ellis Islands and Statue of  Liberty. They offer audio-guided cruise tours starting from Jersey City.

Pole Position Raceway

Pole Position Raceway

Pole position raceway, Jersey City’s premier indoor karting  entertainment venue, covers over 80,000 square feet. It has two tracks  with electric karts and is ideal for both racers and beginners.

New Jersey Colgate Clock

This Jersey City landmark, an octagonal clock that faces the Hudson  River is just a few meters from the location where Colgate-Palmolive’s  Headquarters was until 1985.

Liberty Landing Marina

The Liberty Landing Marina, a 520-slip marina on the Hudson River is  Jersey City’s best spot for evenings. You can take a ferry to Ellis  Islands and the Statue of Liberty, or you can relax at one of the casual  outdoor dining establishments.