Exploring Asbury Park on a Bus Rental in New Jersey - Part 3

There are just a lot of things to do and see at Asbury Park. The city has been undergoing a revival to restore its old glory and it is becoming a must-see place with attractions sprouting out here and there. So why not get your friends together and get on a bus rental in New Jersey to visit the place?

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A bus rental in New Jersey can help you move around the city in comfort, luxury and convenience. Even if you only have a day in the city, you can still take in a many places that you want.

The Showroom

The Showroom regularly holds screenings of art house films. Just look at a sample line up they have:

  • A Cat in Paris
  • The Sleeping Beauty - Ballet in Cinema
  • Saturday Stand Up
  • The Queen of Versailles
  • Take This Waltz

Indeed, they have all the great films that you will never have the chance to see in the state. They also have an awesome slate of European, art, and independent films

They also have a Dinner and Date program where you could get a three-course meal at a partner restaurant and catch a movie afterwards for only $30!

The Stephen Crane House

Stephen Crane was a poet and novelist best known for "The Red Badge of Courage" and two volumes of poetry.

The Stephen Crane House was one of the first few houses in Asbury Park, having been built during the first decade of the City's founding in 1871.

Catch a glimpse of Stephen Crane's life as a boy. Play the piano, look through the bookshelves and get a feel of life in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

On top of these, the Crane House also holds exhibits and tributes for other artists, writers and poets. They have held exhibits honoring Charles Dickens, Edith Wharton and James Joyce among others.

Major B's General Quarters World War II Scale Museum and Gallery

The name of this place is a mouthful, but it is worth the visit if only to get a feel of how life was like during the Second World War.

There are displays on Pearl Harbor, the Battle of Iwo Jima, and the Battle of the Bulge. This is the home of more than 200 airplanes, 80 navy ships and submarines, all in all there are more than 300 scale models here.

The museum also exhibits the stories of veterans through written accounts and personal memorabilia.

You can also ogle at the military artworks that dot the gallery.

Call us now and arrange for a bus rental in New Jersey! It is more affordable than you think!