New Jersey Colgate Clock, Jersey City

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Address: Jersey City, NJ 07302, United States

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About New Jersey Colgate Clock, Jersey City

An octagonal clock facing the Hudson River, this Jersey City landmark is located just a few metres away from the site where the HQ of Colgate-Palmolive was located until 1985. The current clock dates back to 1924 and the earlier clock was relocated to the Colgate factory in Clarksville.

The clock is maintained by the Goldman Sachs Company.

New Jersey Colgate Clock Ticket Prices

  • Free attraction.

New Jersey Colgate Clock Opening and Closing Hours

  • Open 24 hours.

How To reach New Jersey Colgate Clock by Public Transport

  • Trains to Exchange place, Light rail from Hudson-Bergen.

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  • Awesome views along the riverfront, especially Colgate clock area, must go for nature loving people and photography lovers

  • A beautiful place to come and enjoy the views of the Hudson River and Manhattan!!!

  • Fab to sit under this masive clock. Only 10 minutes by train from Manhatten

  • A beautiful place to stop by on a nice walk along the Hudson River. It has one of the best views of Manhattan you can get. You'll get much better pictures of both downtown and midtown if you want to show the scale of the buildings. There is a place you can sit down and look at Lady Liberty, Ellis Island, Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Manhattan, and even the George Washington Bridge! oh btw. The clock tells time!

  • It is a great place to stop by and if offers good views of Manhattan. It never gets crowded and it is a wonderful place for a walk.

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