What Are Some Free Things to Do in New Jersey?

New Jersey has many free attractions, such as the Cattus Island County Park, the Discovery Seashell Museum, the Presby Memorial Iris Gardens, and the Princeton University Art Museum. The state also is home to the New Jersey Naval Museum and the Heritage Glass Museum.

Other attractions include Drumthwacket, home to New Jersey's governor. The building in Princeton, New Jersey, shows a history of past governor's lives, as well as historical architecture and fine arts. Bergen County, New Jersey, is home to the Fort Lee museum, which has self-guided tours and reenactments of soldiers in period clothing, as well as statues of soldiers and cannons.