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The weather in Weehawken
Find the Weehawken climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 86° Conversely, January is the coolest month in Weehawken, with temperatures going under 28° The month of September has nice weather with only 7 rainy days.
You'll have an empire state of mind at Weehawken vacation homes
Edward Hopper's famous artwork East Wind Over Weehawken was painted on Boulevard East, in Weehawken, New Jersey. Considered one of his best works, the inspiration for this piece was found near the location of your vacation home, which may enjoy some the best views of New York City around.
New York, New York
Why not take a stroll through Boulevard East historic walking area? This scenic thoroughfare runs along the spine of the Hudson Palisades, with brilliant views of the New York skyline. The road is a combination of twentieth century architecture and parks to the east.
Check out the World War One Memorial here too, a tribute to the local men of Weehawken who lost their lives in the last century's first large-scale war.
Rocking it at the Rockefeller and Empire State
In winter, what could be more iconic than ice skating trip at the Rockefeller Center? You might want to avoid purchasing the glittering toys at Toys R Us Times Square, but kids will be in seventh heaven at this children's toy store of dreams.
Amble along Weehawken Pier and Recreation Ground and look out over the water. The pier juts out into the Hudson River for almost five hundred feet, directly opposite the Empire State Building. The whole family will be awed by the sights of one of the planet's most famous metropolises.
Immigration and views of Manhattan
The historic Hamilton Park lets you experience the tranquillity of a formal garden combined with superb views of Manhattan, which are especially dramatic at night.
Why not take a NYC Experience Tour and visit historic Ellis Island, where the immigrants who made the city what it is today landed. Afterwards, head to Central Park. This sprawling park is the city's green lung, with swathes of grass and trees among the high rises. Here, irrepressible New Yorkers from all walks of life amble around in the sunshine.
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