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Have a Day Trip on a Bus Rental in Paterson, New Jersey

A bus rental in Paterson, New Jersey is perfect for a day trip.

Paterson, New Jersey

Home to close to 147,000 people, Paterson is the third most peopled city in the State of New Jersey. See why the residents have fallen in love with the city and check out the many historic places, the restaurants and the nightlife here with a bus rental in Paterson, New Jersey.

Get on a 24-passenger mini bus rental in Paterson, New Jersey.

If you have a small group of friends who is traveling with you, a 24-passenger mini bus rental in Paterson, New Jersey would be a good way to get around the city and discover the attractions.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Going to Paterson is a great city to enjoy the nightlife. There are a lot of hip hop clubs here that you could visit.

Arts & Cultural

Check out the Paterson Museum to learn more about the history of the city, with displays and exhibits on the Native Americans, the Lenape Indians, the city of Paterson, the Silk industry and others.

For more art, check out the city's many galleries, such as the Sonnabend Gallery, La Bella Epoque Studios, Art Factory, the Gumball Gallery and the PCCC Art Galleries.

Restaurants & Shopping

The city of Paterson has a diverse mix of African Americans, Latinos, South Asians, Arabs and Italian Americans. And the dining scene here reflects that. For example, you can order some of the best classic Italian dishes at E & V Restaurant such as the filet mignon bruschetta, veal, and pasta. Or get the best pizza at Patsy's Tavern & Restaurant.

The Sahara Restaurant serves authentic Mediterranean, Turkish and Halal food, while La Hacienda serves some of the best Mexican food and Al-Kumah, Al Raouche Restaurant, and Al-Basha Restaurant offers great Middle Eastern fare. Old timers and the locals just love Hamilton and Ward, where they could get the best steaks along with the finest cuisines in town and the best service too.

Griselda's Restaurant has great Peruvian food and Toros Restaurant serves delicious Turkish food.

Other great restaurants you can visit here:

  • Costa Marina Restaurant
  • El Pollo Gordo Restaurant
  • Jacksonville
  • Jade Garden
  • La Tia Delia Restaurant
  • Salahedin Middle East Restaurant

Meanwhile, you can go to Center City Mall, Marshalls and Bed Bath and Beyond for some shopping. There are also great local businesses where you could get anything from vintage items and antiques to the latest fashions. Shop downtown for clothes, the area is an Urban Enterprise Zone. This means that you only pay half of the State's sales tax.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Hinchliffe Stadium is a historic stadium that seats 10,000 people. Built in the 1930s, the stadium is now in a state of disrepair, but current efforts to rehabilitate it is underway.

You could also go to Bauerle Field, which serves as the home of the city's public high school track and football teams.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Paterson, Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Paterson Armory, which is now undergoing rehabilitation. The armory was completed in the 1890s and was used by the National Guard until the 1950s and the building itself was last used in the 1980s and 1990s. You can also go to the Lambert Castle (Paterson, NJ 07503) where you could learn more of the silk industry and more about Paterson's history. Plus, you also get to enjoy some of the best views of both New Jersey and New York.

  • Frederick William Cooke Residence
  • Danforth Memorial Library is also known as Paterson Free Public Library and was built in the 1900s. You can also view the city's collection of artwork here.
  • Eastside Park Historic District has around 1,000 homes that feature different architectural styles, including Victorian, Georgina colonial, Tudor, Italiannate and Dutch Colonial.
  • Paterson City Hall was built in the 1890s and was designed by Carrere and Hastings. It takes a lot of inspiration from Lyon, France's Hotel de Ville. Check out the three statues outside the city hall, those of Nathan Barnert, Andrew McBride and Garret Hobart. Barnert was a two-time mayor of the city, McBride was a mayor for three terms and a physician, Garrett hobard is a former Vice President of the country. A statue of Alexander Hamilton, the city's founder, may also be seen at the back of the building.
  • Paterson Downtown Commercial Historic District is the city's main commercial area. Downtown Paterson was a former shopping mecca for the northern region of the state. Check out the Beaux-Arts buildings that still dot the area.
  • Public School Number Two
  • Reinhardt Mills
  • St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church
  • Daniel Thompson and John Ryle Houses were built in the 1830s.
  • Van Houten House is also known as Westside Park and was built in the 1830s.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Paterson, Parks & Outdoor Activities

Great Falls of the Passaic River is one of the country's biggest waterfalls and had an important role in the industrial development of the state. The Great Falls is a national historic landmark, while its power and raceway systems are on the list of historic civil engineering landmark.

Another beautiful waterfalls you can visit is Paterson Falls (Paterson, NJ 07501).

The city also has its share of beautiful parks. Be sure to visit:

  • 12th Ave Playground
  • Barbour Park
  • East Side Park (Paterson, NJ 07504)
  • Federici Park
  • Overlook Park (Paterson, NJ 07505)
  • Pennington Park
  • People's Park
  • Rigley's Park
  • Roberto Clemente Park
  • Westside Park

Get a free online quote for a bus rental in Paterson, New Jersey from BusRental.com or call us at 1 866-569-2012.

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