Top rated 7 Best Historical Places to visit in The City of Orange

The City of Orange, New Jersey is located on the shores of the Hudson River in central New Jersey. 

The Thomas Edison National Historical Park

It was created by Henry Hudson Holly in 1887 and has since operated as a national historic site.

Monte Irvin Orange Park

The Monte Irvin - Orange Park in Essex County, New Jersey,  is dedicated to the baseball legend and a local native of Orange, New  Jersey.

The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum of NJ is located at 145 Broadway, Newark, Essex County, in the United States.

Rosedale Cemetery

Rosedale Cemetery

The history of Rosedale Cemetery can be traced back to 1840, when Cyrus Baldwin drew the original plan for the cemetery.

Orange Public Library

The Orange Public Library is a free public library in Orange, New  Jersey. The library serves the community of around 33,000 residents and  contains approximately 150,000 volumes.

Eagle Rock Reservation

Eagle Rock Reservation

Eagle Rock Reservation is a 408.33-acre forest and recreational park  located in First Watchung Mountain in New Jersey. 

Turtle Back Zoo

Turtle Back Zoo

Located on 20 acres in the South Mountain Recreation Complex, the Zoo is operated by the Essex County Park System, the oldest county park system in the United States.