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Things to do in Newark

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Ranked #1 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Gardens
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Category: Theaters
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Category: Ancient Ruins
Spanning almost a quarter of a mile, this round earthworks was an amazing construction feat 2,000 years ago.
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Ranked #4 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #5 of 16 attractions in Newark
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Ranked #6 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Ancient Ruins
The mystery and beauty of this well-preserved earthworks is upset by the golf course surrounding it.
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Ranked #7 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Architectural Buildings
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Ranked #8 of 16 attractions in Newark
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Ranked #9 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Ancient Ruins
The Hopewell Native American tribe built this road, surrounded by earthen mound formations.
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Ranked #11 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Factory Tours; Amusement/ Theme Parks
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Ranked #12 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Spas
Attached to the Cherry Valley Lodge
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Ranked #13 of 16 attractions in Newark
Category: Water Parks
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Category: Ancient Ruins
A complex of earthen mounds used by the Hopewell Native Americans for religious ceremonies.
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Category: Specialty Shops
Owner description: Great Harvest Bread is a "Made from Scratch" bakery. We have people stopping in from all over the country. Please come see us... more » Owner description: Great Harvest Bread is a "Made from Scratch" bakery. We have people stopping in from all over the country. Please come see us when you here for a great big free slice of bread. « less
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