Woodbridge (New Jersey)
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Interstate 95 and the Garden State Parkway can both be used to get to Woodbridge.
Woodbridge does not have its own airport but Newark International Airport is just 30 minutes away from Woodbridge.
NJ Transit provides bus service to Woodbridge that come from other surrounding areas. There are buses that come from New York City and Newark International Airport.
Woodbridge has two train stations, Metropark, which is located in the Iselin section of Woodbridge and Woodbridge, which is near Main Street in downtown Woodbridge. Both trains go to New York City, Newark Penn Station, and Newark Airport, while the Woodbridge station offers seasonal service to Monmouth Park Racetrack and Year-Round service to the Jersey Shore.
The best way to get around Woodbridge is by car. Beacuse there are so many routes that surround Woodbridge, walking to a destination could be dangerous. There are also buses but they only stop at certain places at certain times.
There really isn't much to see in Woodbridge besides a few small historical things. A major part of Woodbridge is the mall. Because New Jersey is a sales tax free state, people come from the surrounding states come here to shop. The mall has a huge variety of stores and also quite a few department stores.
There isn't much to do in Woodbridge. The teenagers that live there mostly hang out at the mall. So the mall is the most popular place.
There are a few family owned restaurants that are located on Main St. They are mostly Italian, but they have great food and it is a good place to take your family.
There are a few clubs in and around Woodbridge that do have bars. One club called Studio 9 serves the teen scence as also the adult scene.
You'll be amazed at the diverse range of things to do around the Hampton Inn Woodbridge. Visitors will love the shopping, which ranges from small antique stores brimming with vintage treasures to large, fashionable retailers. Explore the history of New Jersey at spots like the East Jersey Olde Towne Village, or go for a swim in the salt waters of Sewaren, a beach that has attracted guests from all over for more than 100 years; it's all within minutes of the hotel.