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Attractions in Asbury Park

Experience a little culture on your gaycation.

The Silverball Museum

More than 200 classic pinball machines from the 1930s to the 1980s are not only on display, but ready to play for any eager visitor! Rediscover the incredible excitement those flashing lights, sounds, and little silver balls can bring. Be warned: pinball is highly addictive!

Stephen Crane House

One of America’s greatest authors, Stephen Crane (The Red Badge of Courage), grew up in Asbury Park and wrote many of his first works there. His childhood home has now been fully restored and converted into a community-run museum where you  can learn about the short life and times of Stephen Crane.

Gunnison Beach (Sandy Hook)

If you’re ready to lose your inhibitions and tan au naturel — get nekid at New Jersey’s only clothing-optional beach. Located roughly 45-minutes north of Asbury Park, the beach also provides views of the New York City skyline on a beautiful day of sightseeing. You want to head to the most southernmost section of Area…

Asbury Park Boardwalk

You don’t come to Asbury Park and not go to the Boardwalk. There’s a mile of food, shops, entertainments, and spectacles that beckon you to explore.

Asbury Park Beach

Only 1 mile long its pretty much all gay all the time. However, if you really want to be with the family, 5th Avenue Beach (the area just across from Paramount Theater) tends to have a high concentration of gays.

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