Introduction to North Caldwell, New Jersey
North Caldwell History
North Caldwell was originally a part of the Horseneck Tract. The first European settlers came to this area in 1702, and purchased around 14,000 acres of land from the Native Americans. North Caldwell was officially incorporated on March 31, 1898. In 1982, it became a township but again reverted to its borough status in 1992. The area served as a filming location for the popular TV series, "The Sopranos."
North Caldwell and nearby Attractions
- New Jersey Historical Society Museum
- George Washington Bridge
- Edison National Historic Site
- American Labor Museum
- South Mountain Reservation
Things To Do In North Caldwell
The New Jersey Historical Society Museum, Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, the American Labor Museum, and the Whippany Railway Museum are all located nearby. The Montclair Art Museum houses collections of American and Native American art. The Brooklyn Heights Promenade offers views of the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and downtown Manhattan. The South Mountain Reservation, the Bergen County Zoological Park, the New Jersey Botanical Garden, and the Turtle Back Zoo are some other popular destinations accessible from North Caldwell.
North Caldwell Transportation
Air transportation is available from Newark Liberty International Airport.
North Caldwell Higher Education
Montclair State University, William Paterson University of New Jersey, and Passaic County Community College are some of the nearby colleges and universities.