Hoboken

Don’t let Hoboken’s mile-square size fool you. It may be small, but its brownstones radiate a big city’s vibe of youthful energy complete with hip restaurants, cool bars and funky shops.
 
ItThis vibrant, walk-able small town is a unique delight. Its strategic location on the banks of the Hudson River across from lower Manhattan means waterside walkways boast postcard-perfect views from day to night.
 
Grab some friends and follow the Hudson River along River Street. Along the way, you will find enticing parks and outdoor diversions, including free and open to the public kayaking at the Hoboken Cove Boathouse at Maxwell Place (11th Street).
 
Hoboken’s main thoroughfare, Washington Avenue, is lined with bustling dining and drinking spots. Pop into East LA for delicious Mexican delights or Amanda’s for an upscale take on American classics. You’ll also find one-of-a-kind shops along Willow Avenue, such as Battaglia’s, lined with hip kitchen wares, gadgets and decor.
 
Who knew you could fit so much fun into a square mile?

Location

United States
40° 44' 37.014" N, 74° 2' 17.6604" W
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Hoboken
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Don’t let Hoboken’s mile-square size fool you. It may be small, but its brownstones radiate a big city’s vibe of youthful energy complete with hip restaurants, cool bars and funky shops.
 
ItThis vibrant, walk-able small town is a unique delight. Its strategic location on the banks of the Hudson River across from lower Manhattan means waterside walkways boast postcard-perfect views from day to night.
 
Grab some friends and follow the Hudson River along River Street. Along the way, you will find enticing parks and outdoor diversions, including free and open to the public kayaking at the Hoboken Cove Boathouse at Maxwell Place (11th Street).
 
Hoboken’s main thoroughfare, Washington Avenue, is lined with bustling dining and drinking spots. Pop into East LA for delicious Mexican delights or Amanda’s for an upscale take on American classics. You’ll also find one-of-a-kind shops along Willow Avenue, such as Battaglia’s, lined with hip kitchen wares, gadgets and decor.
 
Who knew you could fit so much fun into a square mile?


 

 Don't miss:

  • Free summer movies under the stars at Pier A, concerts at Sinatra Park and family fun nights at the Shipyard Pier.
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  • Annual spring and fall music and art festivals.
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  • Visit the Hoboken Historical Museum, to learn about the city’s vast claims to fame. Among them, is Hoboken’s nod to hosting the very first organized baseball game in 1846 at Elysian Fields.

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