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211 Route 17 South
Paramus, NJ 07652
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Nestled in the Van Saun County Park, the Bergen County Zoological Park is home to a variety of birds, animals and reptiles. Apart from wild animals, it also features an on-site farm complete with domestic animals. Apart from that, the zoo also hosts shows, study programs and other events on a regular basis. The carousel, train and pony rides are additional attractions for kids.
Deemed to be the residence of David Demarest, Senior, the Demarest House is a historical landmark. Now converted into a house museum, Tim Adriance restored this cottage, and is also incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places.
The eminent site of Garretson Forge and Farm belonged to the Garretson family since 1719. The ancient house that was constructed way back in 1720, till today stands stern and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. This landmark comes under the purview of Bergen County and is managed by a voluntary group, namely, the Garreston Forge and Farm Restoration.
Replacing five former courthouses, the current Bergen County Court House is located across the Main Street. It was designed by James Riely Gordon and he adapted the American Renaissance style of architectural design. This historical structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The Bergen County Court House has also featured in a few popular movies like Changing Lanes, Before and After and Hackers.
This sprawling 103 acre (41.68) historic parkland opened its doors to the public in 1932. The Goffle Brook Park is located near its namesake brook and was landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. With many recreational facilities in the offing such as picnic areas, a soccer field, softball ground, dog run zone, fishing, a kids playground and sleigh riding hills, this wonderful park is quite popular in the neighborhood.
The Paterson Free Public Library or the Danforth Memorial Library was built in 1905. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, it has an extensive collection of books and other reference material. Apart from books in English, the library boasts of Arabic, Spanish as well as Filipino books.
Experience the vivid sights and sounds of nature at this fantastic natural reserve in Teaneck. The current reserve site was once a dumping ground filled with garbage and was transformed to its current state due to the efforts of the non-profit that currently governs it. Today, the park has more than 1.3 miles (2.10 kilometers) of nature trails and a rich variety of flora and fauna. There's a regular program of ecological activities and exhibitions as well.
The Downtown Paterson stands as one of the most commercial and vital districts in the entire Paterson region of the Passaic County. The district occupies tremendous monumental value and is swanked by various eminent historical sites. The City Hall and Colt Street are specifically famous sites in the district. The district is an elegant set of buildings that moreover follow the Beaux Arts style of architecture. It is a fine example of relocation and restoration of a region post a dreadful fire outbreak.
The Paterson City Hall is primly situated in the Paterson region of the Passaic County in New Jersey. It encompasses a total land cover of 0.6 acres (0.24 hectares). The construction of the house dates back to 1896. It has paved its way to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1995. The structure impeccably follows the Beaux Arts style of architecture. The city hall is a prevalent avenue for planning and executing varied programs.
The Theodore Roosevelt Monument is located at Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. It was built in the year 1928 and Hammer, Trygve, Cautley and Marjorie Sewell were the architects of this structure. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on September 20, 2006.
Abram Demaree House is a historic home in Closter. Built in 1765, this was the humble abode of Abram Demaree and his family. It is a quintessential Dutch Colonial structure replete with sandstone, gable roof, original window trimmings and beautiful gardens. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
A distinguished landmark in Northern New Jersey, the Lambert Castle is situated in the Garret Mountain Reservation in Passiac County. It was built in 1892 as home to Catholina Lambert, and stands in great relevance to the castles in Great Britain. The structure follows the Medieval Revival architectural style. It was utilized to serve as an administrative office until 1936 with one room dedicated to the Passiac County Museum. Widespread European and American paintings and sculptures are organized in a stellar manner with the castle as a backdrop. The museum concentrates more on age-old period rooms, possessions that depict the castle’s past as well as folk art exhibition galleries. On the whole, the castle is grandeur personified.