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Department of State

The Hon. Tahesha Way, Secretary of State

Visit New Jersey Tourism App Now Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play

An App to plan and enhance your New Jersey getaway now available for iOS and Android devices


TRENTON, N.J. – Available today, the Visit New Jersey App features all New Jersey has to offer right in the palm of your hand. From 130 miles of beautiful sand beaches to world-class arts and entertainment centers, a diversity of attractions, historical sites and natural beauty for outdoor enthusiasts, find yourself here.

The Visit New Jersey App highlights key attractions and experiences throughout the state. You can create a “favorites list” of those can’t-miss places, activities and events for your perfect getaway. Discover more things to see and do based on your location – then get directions to find your way!

“We all know how daunting it can be to plan a vacation or weekend getaway for a family of any size. By introducing this mobile app, visitors will have all the information they need at the tip of their hands,” said Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. “While visitors are enjoying their New Jersey day trip, weekend getaway or vacation, they’ll just need to tap the Visit New Jersey Tourism App to discover nearby attractions and events – the ultimate tool for any visitor.”

Use the Visit New Jersey App to find:

  • Accommodations (Hotels, Motels, Inns, Bed & Breakfasts)
  • Arts & Culture (Galleries, Museums, Performing Arts)
  • Attractions (Amusement & Water Parks, Lighthouses)
  • Beaches
  • Campgrounds & RV Parks
  • Casinos & Gaming
  • Dining
  • Events
  • Historic Sites & Memorials
  • Outdoors & Sport Recreation (Boating, Farms, Golfing, Parks)
  • Shopping (Discount Outlets, Malls, Shopping Districts)
  • Transportation
  • Travel Information

Tourism is a vital contributor to New Jersey’s economy and one of the state’s greatest assets. Last year alone, the tourism industry generated over $43.4 billion in visitor revenues, supported more than 512,000 jobs and contributed over $4.7 billion in state and local tax revenues.

To learn more about destinations and vacation opportunities in New Jersey, visit the New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism’s website at or call 1-800-VisitNJ.


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