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Airports in Seattle

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a primary international airport serving the city of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. It is situated approximately 21 kilometers away from Downtown Seattle. This public airport is owned & managed by Port of Seattle. The airport is a hub for Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Horizon Air. It offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic & international destinations. These destinations are Vancouver, Tokyo, Seoul, Victoria, Taipei, Amsterdam, Dubai, Anchorage, San Francisco, Portland, and more. Buses, shuttles, public transit, rental cars, taxis, limos, Uber, Lyft, Wingz, and more connect the airport to the city.

Explore Newark

From the largest collection of cherry blossoms in the nation, to one of the country’s highest grossing arenas, from Shaquille O’Neals supersized cinema to the largest collection of Tibetan Art outside of southeast Asia - pro sports, fine arts, urban retail and outdoor adventure, there are always things to do in Newark. Take in a concert, live entertainment or see our Newark attractions. Sports fans can get in the game as action-packed matches, showdowns and expositions keep spectators on their feet. Looking for family fun things to do in Newark or activities by the waterfront? Look no further, Newark’s got it going on. Check out our events calendar for the latest happenings or dive deep into all there is to do around town. Sounds of Summer is here and includes a list of live music events all summer long! Bargain hunting? Check out our Fabulously Free and Inexpensive Guide to Newark and find free things to do and free events around town.

Things to Do in Newark

Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart

A magnificent French Gothic cathedral resembling the great cathedral at Rheims, France, its construction was first proposed in 1896. Its towers soar 323 feet, and the cathedral covers some 45,000 square feet, comparable to Westminster Abbey. It features a heavy use of stained glass, including three rose windows; vaulted ceilings; a variety of wood paneling; imported and domestic marble; and crystal, silver, and bronze chandeliers. This cathedral is the 5th largest in North America and has been visiting by Pope John Paul II and featured on the HBO television series, Sopranos. The Cathedral Basilica holds concerts open to the public throughout the year and it has the largest pipe organ ever built by the Schantz Organ Co. which includes 154 ranks playable from two consoles.

First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church

A Byzantine granite structure inspired by the Baths of Pisa in Italy and built through gifts made by Thomas Baldwin Peddie, philanthropist and mayor of Newark in the 1860s, the church was erected in 1890. It features an unusual use of interior spaces, rich paneling, 200 doors, 173 windows - most of which are stained glass - and dome 80 feet above the main auditorium.

First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church in Newark (PCUSA), also known as “Old First Church”, was founded in 1666. The Church stands as a symbol of spiritual values during the downtown community of the City of Newark. Old First Church has a rich treasure of authentic records, which declares that it is “the Church that founded Newark.” The church was once the seat of government for Newark, producing pastors that served as the first presidents of Princeton, Harvard and Yale universities. In addition, it was one of the churches that helped found Princeton University. It was also historically used as a regular stop on the “Underground Railroad” for Harriet Tubman and others which passageways through the church’s cellar are still accessible.

Best Time to Fly to Newark

The months from June-August and September-November are the best to visit the city of Newark, New Jersey. The months from June-August is also the peak season in the city. Apart from this one can plan a trip to the city in between March-May.