Just open your eyes!
There’s history there!

The Apple-Tree House
298 Academy St.

The Marquis de Lafayette and General George Washington ate under the shade of an apple tree at the Apple-Tree House during critical moments in the Revolutionary War. The Apple-Tree House is listed in the New Jersey Register of Historic Places.

Loew's Jersey Theatre
54 Journal Square

Through the Great Depression and World War II, the quintessential American movie palace attracted New York’s top vaudeville acts and Hollywood’s top movies. After being closed for many years, and following a loving restoration, the theater is again bringing entertainment to Jersey City. It is a centerpiece of the Journal Square renaissance.

Jackie Robinson statue
PATH Plaza

A statue that faces Kennedy Boulevard commemorates Jackie Robinson’s groundbreaking first major league game at nearby Roosevelt Field in Jersey City. With that game, played on April 18, 1946, he became the first black player in the modern era of organized professional baseball.