The Upper Montclair Business District is a cozy cluster of Tudor style shops, restaurants and a movie theater.
The Walnut Street Business District packs a lot into a couple of blocks: a premiere jazz club, an elegant art gallery, a premier supper club, two artisan bakeries, an Irish pub, and other popular restaurants and shops.
Montclair is a family centered town and is home to Montclair State University. Montclair is a “railroad suburb,” that first began attracting commuters in 1856, the year train service was introduced. It is a family centered town with many walkable business areas. It also has approximately 175 acres of parks, offering something for everyone.
There are many things to do in Montclair. There's seasonal ice skating and hockey at the Clary Anderson Arena.
Bike & Walk Montclair’s Last Friday of the Month Community Rides are geared for a relaxed, quiet evening bicycle ride through the streets of Montclair.
Fleet Feet Montclair has organized group runs/walks to support runners, walkers, and triathletes of all ages and abilities.
Montclair's art galleries are open and free to the public: BrassWorks on Grove, Midland Gallery, Pat Gail Gallery, Gallery 51, Gallery Loupe, Essex Fine Arts, Jacklyn Kling Gallery, and Studio Montclair's Block Gallery.
Some of the most beautiful flora in Northern New Jersey fills the gardens of Van Vleck House, including a large collection of rhododendrons, a majestic wisteria that blooms in May, and lovely perennial beds. The estate covers almost 6 acres and is a prime example of the homes originally built in Montclair.
Montclair has seven railway stations on the Montclair-Boonton Line, which goes between New York City / Hoboken and Hackettstown:
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NJ Transit provides Midtown Direct service several times a day.