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New Brunswick is a lovely city in the state of New Jersey, United States, located more exactly in Middlesex County and being its county seat at the same time. The history of New Brunswick goes back to 1730, when the city was established by the Royal Charter. Then, New Brunswick became incorporated in 1784 and its development started. 

New Brunswick is renown for its rich ethnic heritage, provided especially by the large number of Hungarians who live here. There are currently 55.181 people living in New Brunswick, according to the 2010 census. New Brunswick is nicknamed 'Hub City' and 'The Healthcare City', because it is a major commercial hub of the area, which has a very developed healthcare system. New Brunswick is totally worth visiting, as it will show every tourist a nice time.

Top Attractions within New Brunswick

Crossroads Theater
 is one of the greatest entertainment facilities in New Brunswick. The theater has won numerous prizes, including the Regional Theater Tony Award, in 1999. It is also recognized as the first African American theater in the country. The theater was founded in 1978 and has hosted numerous productions throughout the years.

The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
 is located on the campus of Rutgers University and was established in 1966. The name of the museum comes from Jane Voorhees Zimmerli, who was the mother of philanthropist Alan Voorhees. The museum is filled with impressive collections of American, European, Japanese, Russian and Soviet Nonconformist Art and it also hosts the Schimmel Rare Book Library.

Old Queens
 is definitely a landmark of New Brunswick, as it is the oldest building at Rugers University. The construction was erected in 1809 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Old Queens was built in an exceptional federal architectural style, designed by architect John McComb Jr.

Rutgers Garden
 is a great place in the core of the nature, where you will be able to relax and take in the fresh air. The gardens span on about 50 acres and comprise numerous horticultural and botanical displays, which will definitely impress you.
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