Newark in TOP Most Instagrammable Cities in New Jersey behind Elizabeth

New research has revealed that Newark is the tenth Instagrammable city in the state of New Jersey. 

 A study by real estate site New Jersey Real Estate Network analyzed Instagram hashtag data for cities in New Jersey and their respective populations to reveal the Garden State’s most Instagrammable cities. 

 In the top tenth place is Newark, with an Instagrammable hashtag/population ratio of 1.95. The study revealed close to two posts per person in the city, with 596,677 posts in total using the hashtag #newarknj. 

Some Instagrammable spots include the magnificent Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, as captured by @newarknjblog, the two-tower Cathedral received 1,119 likes.

Art lovers can visit the Newark Museum of Art, the State’s largest museum built for science and art. For music and theatre enthusiasts, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) will be welcoming comedian @thispastweekend podcast host @theovon with his Return of the Rat Tour, according to NJPAC. Visitors can enjoy photogenic shots of Buffalo Chicken salad by the Family Farmhouse Cafe and Eatery among many feasting locations in the city. 

Jersey City tops the list with hashtag posts per population ratio of 9.03. America’s Golden door has an outstanding 2,592,509 posts on the social media platform; measured against its 287,146 residents, there are nine posts per head in this city. Posts, including the #jerseycity hashtag, reveal a vibrant locale with restaurants, clean apartments and beautiful street art.  The city boasts of @lokaljc an eatery and bar with a waterfront view and fine dining cuisines. 

 Looking at the study, a spokesperson from commented: 

“The study offers a fascinating glimpse into the experiences that residents and visitors in New Jersey can enjoy, spanning natural beauties, stunning architecture and fun activities. 

Jersey City tops the state’s Instagram rankings through sheer number of hashtags and an impressive ratio of nine posts per person, but the data shows that there are plenty of very Instagrammable places throughout New Jersey.”