Introduction to South Brunswick, New Jersey
South Brunswick, New Jersey, in Middlesex county, is 8 miles W of Old Bridge, New Jersey and 30 miles SW of Newark, New Jersey. The town is located in the Middlesex - Somerset - Hunterdon metropolitan area.
South Brunswick History
South Brunswick was formally incorporated on February 21, 1798 as one of New Jersey's initial group of townships. It started out as a rural agricultural township due to the fertile soils and the favorable environmental conditions. Gradually, new transportation routes were constructed, and in 1804, the Straight Turnpike was built. This hastened the commercial and residential growth and development of the region. The impact of American industrial technology has led to an extensive transformation of the town of South Brunswick.
South Brunswick and nearby Attractions
- Cranbury Museum
- Mason Gross School of the Arts Gallery
- Rossmoor Golf Course
- Ellis Island
- Menlo Park Mall
Things To Do In South Brunswick
Travelers to South Brunswick can pay a visit to the Cranbury Museum, which boasts of original architectural elements from the 18th and 19th century. The nearby historical buildings of Ellis Island are a popular tourist haunt. The Menlo Park Mall has many stores and restaurants that are very popular.
South Brunswick Transportation
Air transportation is available from Newark International Airport.
South Brunswick Higher Education
Rutgers University is the local university.