If you love architecture and some of the most beautiful buildings here in New Jersey, then you will enjoy this article which features the most beautiful buildings in America and of course, this includes the selection for us right here in the Garden State.

 

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According to Love Exploring, "From significant government buildings to historic residences and even train stations, this diverse collection of constructions have been deemed the most beautiful in the US. Thanks to research compiled by Angi based on TripAdvisor rankings."

 

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If you ever get a chance to take the tour of the Emlen Physick Estate in Cape May I highly recommend it. Once you are inside the mansion you are transported back in time and you might even feel like the Physick's are looking after you. It is amazing the way the mansion is kept much like it was over a hundred and forty-four years ago. It is truly a beautiful building and is perfect as the choice for New Jersey.

 

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Here is how the mansion is described by Love Exploring, "Located in Cape May, this is one of the few Victorian-inspired buildings on our list. Built in 1879, the estate is named after its original owner Dr. Emlen Physick – one of Cape May's most prominent citizens. The estate comprises the main house, carriage house plus manicured gardens and grounds. Just like during its heyday, the estate regularly hosts a variety of cultural events, art exhibitions and festivals."

 

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Put the Emlen Physick Estate on your list of places to see next time you visit Cape May. It is especially unique during the holidays, so maybe keep that in mind this holiday season.

 

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