West orange : Top 7 best places visit in West orange

Thomas Edison National Historical Park 

You can explore 20,000 square feet more exhibit space, which includes two floors of the main laboratory building, which has never been opened to the public. You can now explore the Laboratory on your own, so you can choose what interests you.

Turtle Back zoo

The Essex Farm exhibit allows children to interact with horses, goats and pigs. They can also ride the zoo train through the stunning South Mountain Reservation, or they can ride a pony (the carousel currently closed due to renovations).

Montclair Art Museum

It is the nation’s first museum that focuses solely on American and Native American art. The museum began with donations from Montclair residents Florence Rand Lang and William T. Evans. 

Branch Brook Park

Open meadows and woodland patches cover 360 acres of the park’s land. Branch Brook Park has something for everyone. It is worth visiting for its historical stories and beautiful views. 

Hemlock water fall

The main attraction of this hike is the creek that runs through a valley filled with boulders and sluices into smaller waterfalls. It is surrounded by lush green forests. 

Kip’s Castle

Seward Johnson as a gift to his wife. Although the couple nearly lost their daughter, the intruder was eventually caught. This terrifying tale is nothing compared to Kip’s Castle. 

Cedar Grove Park

A sign was posted for a Farmer’s Market on Tuesdays, 10am – 3pm. I recommend stopping by if you are a runner, cyclist or simply enjoy being outside. Cedar Grove Park is sure to be your next visitC