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See the Sights and Sceneries via Bus Rental in Hackensack, New Jersey

Hackensack, New Jersey

Hackensack in New Jersey is home to around 43,000 people and it serves as the country seat for Bergen County. The city has many historic houses and, thanks to the Hackensack River, it is a great place to go boating and fishing. There are also beautiful scenic landscapes worth seeing. A bus rental in Hackensack, New Jersey, will make it easier for you to discover the city.

Enjoy your trip with a bus rental in Hackensack, New Jersey.

There are simply a lot of places to see here. Make sure to get a 24-, 49-, or 56-passenger bus rental in Hackensack so you can visit as many venues as you can.

Hackensack, Historical Sites

Historical Sites. Hackensack has a very rich past. So if you want a taste of this history, you can join a historic walking tour and see the historic markers downtown.

You can visit the First Dutch Reformed Church, which was built in 1696 and is the oldest church in Bergen County as well as the second oldest in the state. Buried in the adjoining cemetery are notable people like Enoch Poor and Richard Varick.

You can also check out the New Jersey Naval Museum along the Hackensack River, which is dedicated to the state's naval heritage and to naval history in general. There's also the World War II submersible, USS Ling, floating in a quiet corner on the Hackensack River.

Shopping. For some retail therapy, you must try The Shops at Riverside, which is an upscale shopping center that used to be known as Riverside Square Mall. There are high-end stores like Bloomingdale's, Tiffany & Co., Barnes & Noble, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Pottery Barn.

Hackensack's Main Street is also devoted to shopping, with stores like Sears Roebuck and Co.

Other Points of Interest. Other interesting places to visit in the city include the Bergen County Jail, which is a detention center for prisoners. The County is moving the County Police from its original spot in the city's northern end to a new site just across the jail. The office's former site will then be redeveloped into a "transit village" complex.

You can also visit the Johnson Public Library, which opened in 1901.

If you want to go ice skating, there's the Ice House, which is a complex that boasts four full-sized skating rinks.

You can also check out:

  • Hackensack University Medical Center
  • Hackensack River County Park
  • Borg's Woods Nature Preserve
  • Bergen County Court House
  • Bergen Museum of Art & Science

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