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Did you know that Raritan is the last station to the west that is serviced by all Raritan Valley Trains?
Best Way To Travel: Train, Car
#1 Thing to do: Main Amusement Co.
#2 Thing to do: Raritan Golf Range
#3 Thing to do: Raritan Water Power Canal 1840
Fun Fact: Along Somerset Street of Raritan, you’ll still see the original colonial homes, stores, and churches. And here’s what: three of the four original homes are still used today.
#1 Car Rental Company: Enterprise.
Raritan is a borough located in Somerset County, New Jersey, United States of America. Raritan is a small place with no more than 7000 residents and an area of exactly 2 square miles. The city of Raritan was established on April 3, 1868 and since then is continuously developing. On June 12, 1948, Raritan was finally incorporated as a borough. Notable former or current residents of Raritan include soldier John Basilone, basketball coach Ben Carnevale, senator Joseph Sherman Frelinghuysen Sr. and clockmaker Isaac Brokaw. If you plan to visit Raritan there are a few places in the city that you cannot miss.
Top Attractions within Raritan
Main Amusement is the largest amusement park within Raritan. This is the perfect place to spend a family day in the middle of the nature. The park boosts with attractions for all ages, including great rides and games. Picnic areas are available, but also are a few themed eateries inside the park.
Raritan Golf Range is a public golf course located within the city. As long as the weather permits it, the course is opened to beginners or pros. The greens are greatly maintained and the game does not require necessarily advanced golfing skills.
Memorial to the Naraticong Indians is a memorial raised in honor of those who befriended "the whites". They are those who made possible the building of Olde York Road. The memorial is located at the intersection of Old York Road and Canal Street and has a plaque with an inscription honoring the Indians.
Spain 92 Restaurant is, as the name says, a Spanish eatery located downtown Raritan. The menu also includes seafood and steaks. If you need intimacy, a private room is available. For the specialties of the house, ask Sergio, the owner, he is always there and he is the one who can advise you what to try according to your likes and dislikes.