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VisitSomersetNJ.org is your one-stop source for places to stay, events to attend, recreation and unique meeting sites in Central and Northern New Jersey! Family-friendly activities and unique events, exciting nightlife for the young and young at heart, business services for corporate travelers and outdoor adventure and learning for all, are part of the Somerset County, New Jersey experience. With more than 75 historic sites, 16,000+ acres of parks and open space, the state’s best medi-spas and some of New Jersey’s top-rated Farm-to-Table restaurants, Somerset County, New Jersey is among the Northeast’s most exciting places to visit.

Events abound year-round in Somerset County, NJ!

Check out a Somerset Patriots minor league baseball game, watch hundreds of ducks race to the finish in the Raritan River, see the Northeast’s largest paddling expo or witness Tour of Somerville, the oldest cycling race in the United States!

You can enjoy the largest FREE agricultural fair on the East Coast or a chance at the largest steeplechase (horse racing) pot in the country at the Far Hills Race meeting! Others will love cultural events such as the Somerville Jazz Festival, or Weekend Journey Through the Past, a County-wide open house of historic sites. Take a look at our event calendar for a full listing of events in Somerset County, New Jersey!

Wildlife Water Colors

Experience the breathtaking work of James Fiorentino.


Children's Art Show

"Nature Through a Child's Eye", will exhibit art work from approximately 20 Somerset County schools.

Snow White

Who’s the fairest of them all? Snow White, of course!

Winter Skies

The Planetarium at Raritan Valley Community College offers an entire season of engaging shows for young and old!

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