We often talk about the rich history of the wonderful city of Asbury Park, and today we'll focus on some of Asbury's spots on the National Register of Historic Places.

There are some amazing historical places in Asbury Park and some have been honored with a place on the Historic Places Registry. Here they are.

Barkalow House, New Bedford Rd.

Convention Hall, Ocean Ave.

Mayfair Theater, Lake Ave. and St. James Pl.

Palace Amusements, Lake Ave.

Steinbach-Cookman Building, Cookman Ave.

Winsor Building, Main St. and Bangs Ave.

Check out all the locations that are on the National Register of Historic Places in Monmouth County. Some are pretty obvious, but some may surprise you.