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Best things to do in Monmouth County

Art Gallery
“Jill and Jen have been running Asbury Park's longest open Art Gallery with many different styles and mediums of art for your enjoyment or purchase. We highly recommend their gallery as a must see!!”
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Museum
“The art museum on the campus of Rutgers University. Check out the website for current exhibits and special events. Admission fee.”
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Museum
“Check back to 1869 when the town was found -- and how far it's come as a cape meeting site, but how it's grown over the past ten years. ”
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Art Gallery
“Blow your own glass at Hot Sand! Located on Cookman Avenue in Asbury Park. ”
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Art Gallery
“Alfa Art gallery is the first real art gallery that has opened in New Brunswick in the last 10 years. Bursting with life and color, Alfa's numerous events have revitalized New Brunswick's art scene and become a true cultural hub, right in the heart of the city.”
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Library
“Gorgeous Tiffany stained glass skylights. And a whole room devoted to Bruce Springsteen memorabilia.”
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Historic Site
“Check out the former military base at Sandy Hook, Fort Hancock. Have a picnic on the park bench and enjoy the views of Sandy Hook Bay!”
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Art Gallery
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Art Gallery
“Picture framing and art sales. Right at the end of our street. Jen and Ian (owners) are very good friends of ours. Jen worked in the shop since high school and purchased it about 5 years ago. Besides visiting to look at and purchase art, you should go in to see shop cat, Knuckles (big fat orange guy who sleeps in the window and has 6 toes) and Hankie (who is much more active).”
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Art Gallery
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Museum
“Historic mansion near Rutgers stadium. Open Tues-Fri 1-4pm and Sunday 1-4pm.”
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Park
“Conference House Park is a great destination for both nature and history buffs. This 267-acre site features four historic buildings from Staten Island's history. The Conference House, the Billopp House, the Ward House and Rutan-Beckett House all tell of New York's, and America's, past. History surrounds you as you stroll along beautifully kept pathways. Nearby is the Conference House, name for an unsuccessful Revolutionary War peace attempt. Held between a British delegation and John Adams, Edward Rutledge, and Benjamin Franklin on September 11, 1776, no agreement was reached and the war continued for another seven years. In addition to historic landmarks and breathtaking views, the park also boasts a newly refurbished playground, a Visitors Center, 2.5 miles of beach, paths for hiking and biking, and a "South Pole," which marks New York's southernmost point.”
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Library
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