Red Bank: The Most Charming Small Town In New Jersey
Love Exploring did an article that featured the most "charming small towns" in America. The towns we all love to work and visit to experience true "Americana". In the piece, they discussed these "charming small towns" including their selection for New Jersey.
According to Love Exploring, "America's big cities are famous for their historic landmarks and fascinating attractions – but these towns punch above their weight when it comes to centuries-old sights. We've ranked them according to their beauty and charm, so strap in for an armchair ride through the most enchanting historic towns in every state."
"The region was originally occupied by the indigenous Lenape peoples for thousands of years, with English settlers arriving in the 17th century. Industries like shipbuilding, tanning and textiles meant that Red Bank soon thrived, while today it's quirky art galleries and creative restaurants that make this town tick. Dating to the 1870s, the whimsical green Station House (pictured) is one of the town's standout sights."
In case you were wondering, according to Love Exploring, the number one ranked "most charming small town" in America was located in West Virginia. The town of Harpers Ferry was ranked number one. "The storybook town of Harpers Ferry is protected as a National Historical Park. It boasts a scenic waterside spot, where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet, and it's known for its rich Civil War history."
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