New Brunswick is a cultural powerhouse with incredible
seasonal activities including the Central Jersey Jazz
Festival, Hub City Music Festival, Hub City Jazz Festival, 4th
of July family fun and fireworks, New Year’s Eve fireworks,
the Raritan River Festival, New Brunswick Ciclovia and
the Rutgers Film Festival, just to name a few. No matter
your quest, you’ll love the excitement of New Brunswick’s
vibrant, hip and historic City Center within New Jersey’s
Urban Center circuit, providing everything the Big City
offers with a smalltown feel, right in your own back yard.
Whether you’re looking for a quick bite with friends,
colleagues and family or a romantic dinner for two, New
Brunswick City Center is a foodie heaven with robust
gourmet and casual dining selections. New Brunswick’s
annual Restaurant Week highlights the finest cuisine in
Central New Jersey at a variety of Zagat-rated restaurants.
With 272 acres of beautiful parks, gardens and recreation
areas, an array of bike trails and waterways and a seasonal
marina, New Brunswick offers the perfect mix of outdoor
adventures and urban amenities. New Brunswick thrives
on its treasured historical past, and we invite you to
discover the important roll this city has played throughout
our nation’s history with a self-guided walking tour that
highlights the site of the third reading of the Declaration of
Independence. The graceful blending of the future and past
make it a truly extraordinary community.
New Brunswick is served by NJ TRANSIT’s Northeast
Corridor Line rail service and is just off the New Jersey
Turnpike at exit 9, as well as Routes 1, 18, 27 and 287.
For up-to-date information on events and happenings in
New Brunswick City Center, visit www.NewBrunswick.com.
Courtesy of Rutgers University - Photo by Nick Romanenko
Photo by Jenifer Rutherford