Introduction to North Brunswick, New Jersey
North Brunswick, New Jersey, in Middlesex county, is 5 miles SW of Piscataway, New Jersey and 25 miles SW of Newark, New Jersey. Part of the surrounding Middlesex - Somerset - Hunterdon metro area, North Brunswick is home to some 36,287 residents.
North Brunswick History
North Brunswick Township is basically a reference to the area "Northward of New Brunswick". It was formally incorporated on February 21, 1798 as one of New Jersey's initial townships. Later on, parts of this town have been taken to form the Milltown and the East Brunswick Townships. North Brunswick has a Mayor-Council-Administrator form of local government, which is a result of a Charter Study conducted in the year 1982.
North Brunswick and nearby Attractions
- Hungarian Heritage Museum
- Mason Gross School of the Arts Gallery
- New Brunswick Cultural Center Inc
- Tara Greens Golf Center
- Ellis Island
- Menlo Park Mall
Things To Do In North Brunswick
Travelers to North Brunswick can visit the nearby places of historical interest like the Hungarian Heritage Museum, the New Brunswick Cultural Center Inc, and the New Jersey Museum of Agriculture. There are a number of art galleries, including the Mason Gross School of the Arts Gallery, and the Gallery at Crossroads. Apart from this, one can also visit the historical buildings in Ellis Island, or simply spend a quiet day golfing at the 9-hole course at Tara Greens Golf Center.
North Brunswick Transportation
Newark International is the local airport.
North Brunswick Higher Education
Rutgers University is the local university.