Bus Rentals in New Jersey Can Help You Tour Paterson City in Comfort!

Paterson City is home to 150,000 people and is the third largest city in the State. It is known as the Silk City, owing to its role in silk production in the 19th century. Get on bus rentals in New Jersey and visit these notable places in Paterson City now.

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Lambert Castle
3 Valley Road
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The home of Catholina Lambert in the nineteenth century, the museum features period rooms that contain Lambert's possessions as well as items found during the era. The second and third floors are the venue for various galleries and long-term exhibits. Admission fee for adults are for $5, children from 5 years old to 17 years old get in for $3. Below 5 years old, they get in for free.

From the castle, you can visit the observation at the top of Garret Mountain, which was built in 1896 by Lambert to impress her guests and to offer them a view of New York City's magnificent skyline.

The Paterson Museum
Thomas Rogers Building
2 Market Street
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Close to a hundred years old, the Paterson Museum was built in 1925 and strives to preserve the industrial history of Paterson City. See the Fenian Ram submarine along with early Colt firearms and its exhibit on silk.

Get on bus rentals in New Jersey to make sure that you do not lose your way around Paterson City. Not only that, everyone will get to Paterson Museum all at the same time and nobody would have to wait for anybody to arrive. This maximizes your time and helps you see more sights and do more activities while in Paterson City!

The Great Falls

If you are visiting New Jersey in the rainy season, be sure to witness the magnificent view at the Great Falls of Passaic River. The falls measure 77 feet high and is a National Historic Park.

Bus Rentals in New Jersey can help you transport your group to these places and more. Have a comfortable and convenient time touring the state. Call Bus Rental NJ now for a quote!