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     "Jersey City, NJ"
     
     Jersey City, New Jersey
     
     
     A settlement was started in 1630 at the peninsula of Jersey City, but Indians drove out the people later in 1654. Ten years later, the English took control of town and its surroundings. Today Jersey City is the place of Liberty State Park. From here you can launch boats to the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Within Liberty State park, you can find exhibits, one of the largest Omnimax theaters in the world, the restored Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal, and Liberty Walk, a waterfront walkway for strolling. Visit Hamilton Park to see some of the city's restored brownstone houses from the 19th and 20th centuries.

     Colgate Clock
     105 Hudson St.
     Jersey City, New Jersey
     
     
     The clock faces the bay and it has a nice view from the water.

     Hudson County Chamber of Commerce
     253 Washington Street
     Jersey City, New Jersey
     (201) 435-7400
     http://www.hudsonchamber.org/
     The commerce offers information about the Hudson County and the Jersey City.

     Liberty Science Center
     251 Phillip St., Liberty State Park
     Jersey City, New Jersey
     (201) 200-1000
     http://www.lsc.org/
     The center presents hundreds of interactive exhibits, displays on four levels, and theater shows in one of the nation's largest IMAX theaters.

     Liberty State Park
     New Jersey Tpke. exit 14B
     Jersey City, New Jersey
     (201) 915-3400 or 915-3401
     http://www.libertystatepark.com/
     The park is a 1,114-acre urban-based park facing towards Ellis Island and Liberty Island which is the site of the Statue of Liberty.

     Statue of Liberty National Monument
     Upper New York Bay, Liberty Island
     Jersey City, New Jersey
     (212) 363-3200 or (201) 915-3400
     http://www.nps.gov/stli/
     In 1884, the statue was presented to the United States by France in commemoration of their alliance during the American Revolution.

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