From the largest museum in New Jersey to small intimate galleries, Newark is home to a thriving art scene. Enjoy indie culture up close, or catch world-class entertainment at our cultural centers. Rock the house with today's most celebrated artists, or turn to the airwaves to enjoy one of the most renowned jazz radio stations in the world, broadcasting live from Newark. Check out our theaters, explore new sounds, dance or spoke word, the region is brimming with talent.
Named “a vital, artistically significant musical organization” by The Wall Street Journal, the New
Newark Jazz Clubs were fueled Newark's nightlife from the late 1920s to the 1950s. It was a
Check out the latest at Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, with cutting edge exhibitions and
The Bartolommeo Colleoni monument in Lincoln Park, Newark was brought here to beautify the city and
This historic mansion dates back to the 1600s was once the residence of Royal Governor Jonathan
This historic church has been serving the community since 1870 with a small group of
Boxwood Hall was built around 1750 and was the former residence of Elias Boudinot - president of
Bradley Hall was named for the man whose lone vote determined a Presidential election in 1876.
Branch Brook Park is an American treasure! Named to the 2013 Great Places in America list by The
The Christopher Columbus monument in Washington Park was a gift of Newark's Italian community. It
City Without Walls (cWOW) is an urban gallery of emerging artists. City Without Walls is New
The Emancipation of Music mural celebrates Newark's rich history of jazz music. In the 1930s to