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Best things to do in Hunterdon County

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bakery
“Old coaching inn dating back to 1700s. Try the crab cakes which are phenomenal.”
3local recommendations
Diner
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“24/7 diner with bakery and salad bar. All-day pancakes. Liquor license. The menu has just about everything. ”
5local recommendations
Liquor Store
“Our guests rave about this place - it is a lot of fun and a great afternoon activity.”
4local recommendations
Grocery or Supermarket
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“Good produce and proteins and everything one expects in a good grocery store.”
1local recommendations
Museum
“Through its 12 buildings, its exhibitions—both permanent and rotating—of its collection of 40,000 artifacts, and its ongoing educational/outreach programs, the Red Mill Museum Village seeks to preserve, maintain, and present to the public the social, agricultural, and industrial heritage of Hunterdon County and its surrounding area.”
2local recommendations
Restaurant
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“Food you can feel good about. It’s a healthy, vegan-friendly, allergy-friendly, and locally/sustainably sourced kitchen with an organic focus. Quirky decor & a waterside terrace.”
3local recommendations
Museum
“Art museum featuring work of local artists of all ages. Sits adjacent to the Historic Red Mill, a well-known landmark of Clinton, NJ. On Main St. that also features restaurants and specialty shops.”
1local recommendations
Travel Agency
1local recommendations
Point of Interest
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Breakfast Spot
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“Early bird breakfast and brunch. Eat while watching small planes take off and land!”
1local recommendations
Point of Interest
“Skydive Jersey specializes in tandem jumps, meaning each student is paired up with an instructor for the duration of the jump. Tandem skydiving is the method of choice for inexperienced jumpers as it puts very little responsibility on the student, allowing them to simply relax and enjoy the experience. And what an experience it is! First, take a 15 minute plane ride over the Delaware River Valley as you climb to altitude. Feel the air rush in when the door is opened, and brace yourself for the most intense 60 seconds of your life. Your instructor will give you a “Ready, set, go!”leading into a full minute of free fall at speeds of over 120 mph. Some people smile, some laugh, some scream, bu”
1local recommendations
Restaurant
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Route
“This "light" hiking/walking trail is local and offers quiet time in nature.”
1local recommendations