The following is a guide to how to spend your week at New Jersey attractions.
• The new jersey: The new Jersey Jersey, a $25 million, 60,000-seat arena at New Meadowlands that opened in 2019, is one of the largest arenas in the United States.
Located near the southern end of Jersey City, the venue features a retractable roof and a retracting roof.
There is a bar and outdoor seating area for up to 50,000 people.
• New Jersey Devils: The NHL team has had its new Jersey City arena since 2005, and the arena has become a destination for fans who enjoy attending games at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
The arena is also home to a wide variety of other sports, including the Jersey Shore.
• North Carolina State Fair: North Carolina’s state fair has been one of New Jersey’s biggest draws for decades.
The fair has grown to include a new Jersey Coliseum that will open in 2019.
The New Jersey Coliseum features two retractable roofs, a retractible roof that doubles as an open-air water feature and a second roof that can be lowered down into the ground for spectator viewing.
Tickets to the new arena start at $1,250 per person.
• Newark Zoo: The zoo has had a great run at the Newark Zoo, which has become one of North America’s most popular tourist attractions.
Admission to the zoo has been free since the facility opened in 2005.
Tickets are available at the zoo’s Ticketmaster website, and admission is also $1 per person for kids ages 12 and under.
Tickets for other activities at the Zoo include a free admission to the Zoo Kids Zone, which is open daily from May through September.
• Six Flags Great America: The amusement park is one the biggest attractions in the Great American City, and its location in the city’s center is well known.
There are more than 60 rides at the park, including rides for the Giant Train, The Legend of Thunderbird, Thunderbird II, Thunderbirds in the City, Thundercats and the T-Rex.
Admission is free for children ages 2 to 5, and adults $8 per person, with two-hour passes available.
Tickets can be purchased online at the Six Flags website.
• Delaware Zoo: Delaware’s largest zoo is located on the Delaware River in Wilmington, New Jersey.
There’s also a waterpark, zoo, water slides, an amusement park, and many other attractions in its facilities.
Admission at the Delaware Zoo is free, with passes available for kids under 6 and adults over 65.
• Penns Grove: Located on the banks of the Delaware in Philadelphia, Penns Golf and Country Club has become an international destination for families, with more than 25,000 families enjoying its courses.
The park features more than 150 courses, including a $10 million, 1,000 yard par 4 course.
Admission can be found online at PennsGolf.com.
• Mount Airy Park: The largest indoor and outdoor attraction in the world, Mount Airys Park features more park amenities than any other amusement park in the U.S. and boasts more than 200 rides and attractions.
The parks attractions are themed after classic Americana with some of the most popular rides in the park.
Admission tickets are available online at MountAirysPark.com or by calling (877) 828-0332.
• TPC Sawgrass: The Sawgrass, located in downtown Dallas, Texas, has become the home of many attractions for families and families of all ages.
There will be a variety of attractions, including some family-friendly.
Ticket prices range from $10 to $50.
• Park City, Utah: The park is located in Salt Lake City, where it’s home to the world-famous Salt Lake Jazz, an outdoor concert series.
Admission for the Jazz ranges from $15 to $70.
• Old Town: The city’s Old Town is home to more than 400 unique restaurants and restaurants are open 24 hours.
There have been more than 1,400 food trucks that are located around the park to offer their customers a different take on food.
Tickets and parking are available for adults and kids under 5, with discounts available for seniors and children.
• Red Rock Canyon: The Red Rock, located just outside of Salt Lake, has been a popular destination for visitors since its opening in 1995.
It features nearly 1,300 outdoor areas, including two golf courses, a water park, a skate park, two water sports areas and several trails and trails.
Admission prices range between $15 and $30.
• Wrigley Field: The Cubs’ home park in Chicago, Wrigleys Field is home of the Chicago White Sox, the National League’s Cubs, and most recently, the Chicago Cubs.
The Chicago Cubs, who have been in the MLB since 1988, play home games at Wriglers Field.
Tickets cost $25 for adults, $20 for kids and $15 for seniors, with a