A travel website has named the New Jersey town they say is the best historic town in New Jersey. Let's see if you agree.

We are very lucky in the Garden State because we are surrounded by a lot of rich history. Something is interesting and amazing about every adorable small town in our state.

Which Is New Jersey's Most Historic Town?

When a major travel publication, Sherman's Travel, decided to name the best historic town in each state in America, we were curious to see which town they chose for New Jersey.

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The Garden State is a challenging one in this category because we have so many great towns, and a majority of them are rich in history.

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We'll share some of the highlights of this town that were spotlighted in the article. Let's see how long it takes you to guess it.

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This amazing little town became a summer vacation destination in the 18th century. It is widely considered America's first seaside resort.

This town also has hundreds of amazing Victorian homes, buildings, and estates, making it a beloved getaway for New Jersey residents and visitors from around the world.

You probably don't need any more than that, right? If you haven't gotten it by now, you're probably not going to get it at all, so we'll end the suspense.

According to the article, the best historic town in New Jersey is the legendary Cape May, but you probably already knew that.

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