New Jersey is a wonderful state, but we pack in our fair share of weirdness. We’re home to a wide range of strange spots, though personally, we’re quite proud of it. Normal can be boring, embrace the quirky attractions and repeat after us: eccentricity makes the world go round! Take a look at ten awesomely weird New Jersey places to visit, you may never want to leave once you discover just how strange our state is!

Are you getting ready to check out any of these weird places in New Jersey? You might be interested to know that We’re also home to the mysterious “blue hole” which, according to legend, is always cold, and the stone living room – a man-made rock formation. What other weird locations would you add to this list? Let me know in the comments.

If this article made you fall in love with New Jersey, you should read our list of the best New Jersey road trips. With haunted trips, tons of waterfalls, and many more weird New Jersey places to visit, you will definitely find a trip on this list to entertain (or a few!)

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Weird and Wacky New Jersey

What weird museums in New Jersey should I visit? 

It's almost hard to believe how many weird museums in New Jersey there are, there's a spot for every type of enthusiast to get educated, such as:

  • The Lawrence Hutton Death Mask Collection at Princeton
  • The USGA Museum in Far Hills
  • Stone Museum in Monroe
  • DooWop Experience Museum in Wildwood
  • Northlandz in Flemington
  • InfoAge Science History Learning Center & Museum in Wall


Are there any strange roadside attractions in New Jersey to check out? 

Some may refer to them as tourist traps, but we know that roadside attractions can be a great way to experience a state's culture! Some of the wackiest roadside attractions in New Jersey are:

  • Lizard JFK IN Asbury Park
  • The Bayville Dinosaur in Bayville
  • Nitro Girl in Blackwood
  • Worlds Largest Tooth in Trenton
  • Fairy Tale Forest in Oak Ridge


Does New Jersey have any interesting accommodations to spend the night in? 

If you are looking for a good place to rest your head for a while, it might as well be a conversation starter! For unique accommodations in New Jersey take a look at: