Introduction to Montvale, New Jersey
The community of Montvale was officially incorporated on August 31st, 1894. It was created from parts of Washington Township and Orvil Township. A part of Orvil Township was acquired by Montvale, on February 15th, 1896, and in 1906, more portions of Washington and Orvil Townships were added to Montvale. Parts of Montvale were passed to River Vale on May 20th, 1959. Territories were exchanged between Upper Saddle River and Montvale on December 9th and December 14th.
Montvale and Nearby Attractions
- Edison National Historic Site
- American Folk Art Museum
- Rockefeller Center
- New Jersey Botanical Garden
- Tallman Mountain State Park
- Central Park Zoo
Things To Do In Montvale
The museums in the area, including American Museum of Natural History, Belskie Museum of Art and Science, Philipse Manor Hall State Historic Site, New Jersey Children's Museum, Pascack Historical Society Museum and Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum have historical artifacts on display. There are several parks located nearby such as Edgemont Memorial Park, Campgaw Mountain Reservation, Tallman Mountain State Park, Saxon Woods Park and Old Troy County Park, all of which offer provisions for various types of recreational activities.
Air transportation is available from Teterboro Airport.
Montvale Higher Education
Nearby colleges are Bergen Community College, Manhattan College and Rockland College.