New Jersey is a stunning part of America and it’s a destination you can dedicate many weeks to seeing everything it has to offer.

With famous landmarks including Absecon Lighthouse and Casino Pier and attractions including Liberty State Park and the Thomas Edison National Historic Park, the 22,610 km squared of this part of the USA known as The Garden State is a huge area to travel through.

Many people may book a rental service to drive around a flashy sports car when they head to a new place. But what could truly make you stand out is if you drive a classic vintage car. Many car rental providers like Moonlight Limo could provide you with classic cars for transportation if that is your niche. It could be a refreshing change in taste considering sports and supercars are generally popular amongst people today.

Another option is to see everything in style by hiring a party bus or a limo if you happen to be traveling in a group, especially if you’re part of a big one. It’s not as expensive as you may think and if there’s a large group traveling. So all you have to do is contact a party bus rental, NJ really does warrant this kind of transport.

Once you’re all aboard the 30-seater luxury Hummer party bus, it’s a case of setting up your itinerary and heading off to see the sights.

Daytime fun

Whether you want to be on the beach, in the countryside, shopping in a city centre or meeting wild animals, heading off in your transport of choice means that you can relax and watch the world go by as you head from attraction to attraction.


Cape May beaches stretch out for those who want to feel the sand between their toes and to take a dip in the sea. Clean and well maintained, it’s never too busy even in the peak of summer although you’ll need to pay for a day pass at the busiest times; a small cost though for an amazing location. There’s great surf if you want to ride the waves and there’s a fantastic walk along the beach to a lighthouse.

Also in Cape May is the County Park and Zoo where you can see all kinds of wildlife including lions and tigers. Entry is free with a request for donation and there are lots of beautiful woodland areas to wander through including an animal farm where children can feed young lambs.

If you’re in Jersey City, the attraction at the top of the list is Liberty State Park. It has Manhattan as a back drop and many feel it has the easiest access to perhaps the most iconic landmark of America – the Statue of Liberty.

Night adventures

When the sun sets, New Jersey certainly doesn’t sleep. There are hundreds of bars, restaurants and clubs you can hop between with live music in many streets every night of the week.


Leave your limousine on the quay side and hop on board a dinner cruiser. You can enjoy cocktails on the deck followed by an haute cuisine meal as you are gently steered along the edge of the ocean.

Once you’re back on dry land, you have a choice of piers such as Morey’s to visit along the water line – all with attractions such as rides to spend the evening looping the loop, gliding down waterslides or perhaps a more gentle view of the area on a traditional Big Wheel.

New Jersey may be one of the smallest states in the USA but it’s packed full of first class attractions. There’s something for everyone whether it’s a family holiday, a romantic break for two or a group of friends celebrating an upcoming occasion such as a wedding. Ensure you see everything by planning ahead, booking online tickets to get great discounts and reserving your limousine to pick you up from your hotel to guide you through the area with expert knowledge.