New Jersey was one of the most important states in the early days of this country’s birth – so why does it seem like all the coolest symbols of America are located in its neighbors? The Statue of Liberty is in New York – at least, that’s the easiest way to get there – and the Liberty Bell is in Pennsylvania. At least, the one you know is. There’s a miniature Liberty Bell in Perth Amboy that’s worth a visit – especially since it’s located alongside some of the state’s most interesting historic buildings, including the oldest City Hall in the United States. Perth Amboy is a fascinating town, and while some of the historical sites here can only be accessed via tours, this replica of one of the country’s greatest treasures can be seen by just walking up.

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Have you seen the miniature Liberty Bell in Perth Amboy? Let us know about your visit to this fascinating replica in the comments section. If you’d like to visit for yourself, check out the details on the Perth Amboy City Hall website. For another look into New Jersey’s role in history, check out this abandoned Ellis Island hospital.

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