Newark, NJ

The Garden State’s largest metropolis blossoms just 8 short miles from Manhattan. Air, water, roadway, railway, bike path, footbridge, and subway, Newark offers every manner of transportation imaginable, providing access that’s unbelievable.
Newark is not only the Gateway City to New York City, but it’s a destination with hidden treasures around every corner.  Newark plays host to the New Jersey Devils NHL team,  the New York Red Bulls Major League Soccer and so much more. In addition to professional sports, there are several universities nearby with sporting teams, including Rutgers University and Seton Hall.  The Prudential Center boasts concerts and sporting events all year round to keep visitors on the edge of their seats. Need a break, explore the masters at Newark Museum, featuring over 80 innovative galleries, renowned American and Tibetan collections, sculpture gardens, and even a Planetarium.


From the largest collection of cherry blossoms in the nation to one of the country's highest-grossing arena's, from Shaquille O'Neal's supersized cinema to the largest collection of Tibetan Art outside of southeast Asia - pro sports, fine arts, urban retail, and outdoor adventure, there are always things to do in Newark.

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Since its opening season in 1997, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark has attracted more than 9 million patrons, plus 1 million children. Today NJPAC is the artistic, cultural, educational, and civic center of New Jersey-where great performances and events enhance and transform lives every day.

Getting there

Airlines serving Newark, NJ from Myrtle Beach International Airport