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New Jersey, U.S.A.
Welcome to Where the Seaside Rocks.
At the peak of its glory in the late 1800's, Asbury Park gave Atlantic City a run for her money as a seaside attraction, pulling-in hundreds of thousands of vacationers from large cities like New York, and throughout the state. They came for the relaxing central Jersey beaches, and for fun on its famous boardwalk and pier, with carousels, movie theaters, and live music. Millionaires built elaborate vacation homes there, adding to the variety of architectural styles throughout Asbury. In fact it's the architecture that's one of the reasons Asbury Park's had a brilliant return to star status since the top of the millineum. Creatives and large numbers of gays, often from NYC, bought beautiful Victorians and others left in disrepair after a long blight, leading the revitalization in neighborhoods throughout the city. It's as bright and colorful as it ever was now, with colorfully and quirkily painted homes, manicured lawns, and a welcoming small town spirit. Many artists call it home, and the visual and musical arts community lead the way. Spot the many mom and pop restaurants, cafes, galleries and bookshops, all with that fun Asbury Park pride and feel. Look to The Asbury Park Music Hall for an entertaining night out, as well as to the many small clubs throughout the town. Live music is an Asbury Park attraction, and a claim to its fame. Bruce Springsteen recorded his first album there, and he remains no stranger to the town. The seaside air is fresh, the energy is high, and the good times for all are back in Asbury Park.
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