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Whether flying from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), alone or with family; the city offers its visitors so much to see and do. The Newark Museum features numerous galleries and displays, which represent many different topics, including fine art. The facility also has a planetarium for visitors to explore. See where famous inventor Thomas Edison lived, invented and worked by visiting his historic home and laboratory at the Thomas Edison National Historic Site.
Leave the airport in a rental vehicle, via Highway 1. Stop at the Jersey Gardens Mall nearby for any needed personal items. Families will enjoy Turtle Back Zoo which offers interactive programs, and beautiful spectacular landscaping, amongst the many animal exhibits. The location also features the Essex County Treetop Adventure Course, perfect for guests seeking an adrenaline rush.
Flying from Atlanta to the historic, colonial city of Newark takes just under two hours. Established in 1666, Newark's founding fathers left a legacy. The Dey Mansion belonged to a colonel that served under George Washington. Today, his estate serves as a museum and contains era decor, furnishings, weaponry and historic documents.
Israel Crane constructed the New Jersey Turnpike, and his home is now a living history museum. Standout exhibits here include bedroom furniture that once belonged to Paul Revere.