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Glasgow (GLA)to

Newark (EWR)
09 05 2024 - 24 05 2024
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GBP 505*
Seen: 2 days ago
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London (LHR)to

Newark (EWR)
30 04 2024 - 10 05 2024
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GBP 567*
Seen: 1 day ago
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Manchester (MAN)to

Newark (EWR)
13 03 2024 - 17 03 2024
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GBP 415*
Seen: 2 days ago
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London (LHR)to

Newark (EWR)
17 05 2024 - 31 05 2024
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GBP 609*
Seen: 23 hrs ago
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London (LHR)to

Newark (EWR)
07 03 2024 - 14 03 2024
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GBP 1,688*
Seen: 2 days ago
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Glasgow (GLA)to

Newark (EWR)
11 05 2024 - 25 05 2024
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GBP 491*
Seen: 1 day ago
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London (LGW)to

Newark (EWR)
18 04 2024 - 27 04 2024
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GBP 368*
Seen: 4 hrs ago
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Manchester (MAN)to

Newark (EWR)
10 04 2024 - 14 04 2024
From
GBP 418*
Seen: 16 hrs ago
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Manchester (MAN)to

Newark (EWR)
07 05 2024 - 27 05 2024
From
GBP 456*
Seen: 1 day ago
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London (LGW)to

Newark (EWR)
02 04 2024 - 17 05 2024
From
GBP 646*
Seen: 2 days ago
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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 72hrs and may no longer be available at the time of booking

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Plan ahead for your trip to Newark with Icelandair

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FromGlasgow (GLA)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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Economy
09 12 2024 - 14 12 2024

From

GBP 546*

Seen: 1 day ago

FromLondon (LHR)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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10 07 2024 - 03 08 2024

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GBP 809*

Seen: 1 day ago

FromManchester (MAN)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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14 09 2024 - 19 10 2024

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GBP 521*

Seen: 2 days ago

FromLondon (LHR)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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Economy
30 09 2024 - 04 10 2024

From

GBP 473*

Seen: 2 days ago

FromLondon (LHR)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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12 12 2024 - 17 12 2024

From

GBP 520*

Seen: 2 days ago

FromLondon (LGW)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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Economy
20 06 2024 - 06 07 2024

From

GBP 490*

Seen: 1 day ago

FromGlasgow (GLA)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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Economy
16 12 2024 - 19 12 2024

From

GBP 569*

Seen: 13 hrs ago

FromGlasgow (GLA)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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Economy
28 07 2024 - 25 08 2024

From

GBP 699*

Seen: 8 hrs ago

FromManchester (MAN)ToNewark (EWR)Round trip
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Economy
23 12 2024 - 27 12 2024

From

GBP 689*

Seen: 1 day ago

*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 72hrs and may no longer be available at the time of booking

What to see and do in Newark

Newark skyline pictured with a large US flag on one of the buildings

The best time to go to Newark

This dynamic city is a popular destination all year round, though certain seasons can offer more favourable conditions depending on what you plan to get up to during your visit.

Summer is undoubtedly the most popular time to fly to Newark. Summer in Newark runs from June - August and is characterised by warm weather and longer days. Expect an array of outside activities, community events and festivals, including Portugal Fest, Newark International Film Festival and AfroBeat Festival to name a few!

If you’re looking to avoid those summer crowds and save a bit of money, then a trip to Newark during autumn (or fall as they call it across the pond) may just be the answer. The weather is still mild and relatively pleasant. Art lovers will be pleased to hear there’s still time to get their festival fix in the form of Newark Arts Festival, too.

Getting around Newark

Newark may be vast but getting around is a breeze thanks to its extensive public transport networks and accessible walking and cycling routes.

NJ Transit is the city's public transport system and provides plenty of bus and train services across Newark. The same network also provides easy access to New York City, which can make for a wonderful day trip.

Like most bustling US cities, you’ll find an abundance of taxis and ride-sharing services. From Uber and Lyft to traditional taxis, you’ll have no trouble finding a ride in Newark.

For those who’d prefer to soak up all the city has to offer on foot or bike, Newark has plenty of options on that front.

The city is home to a growing number of bike lanes and trails, making it easy and safe to get around this way. Plus, many of Newark’s top attractions are within walking distance of each other.

A birds eye view of Newark city, with traffic streaming down the highways
Manhattan Bridge in Newark, USA, pictured at sunset

Places to visit in Newark

There's no denying that Newark is bursting at the seams with exciting things to do and places to see. The Newark Museum of Art, for example, is one of the top tourist attractions in the city. And with its extensive collection of art, science and natural history exhibitions, it promises to deliver a remarkable day out.

Sports lovers will be pleased to hear that the sports scene in Newark is second-to-none. Catching a game at the Prudential Centre, the home of the Jersey Devils hockey team and the Seton Hall Pirates basketball team, should be top of any sports fan’s list. If American soccer is more your thing, then be sure to visit the Red Bull Arena, home to the world-renowned New York Red Bulls.

For those looking to delight in the great outdoors, Branch Brook Park is your go-to for a family-friendly picnic spot. The quintessential site boasts over 5,000 cherry blossom trees and is a sight to behold during the spring.

Hotspots in Newark

Newark has an array of hotspots suitable for every type of traveller.

The Thomas Edison National Park: located just a short drive from Newark’s downtown in West Orange lies The Thomas Edison National Park where visitors can explore the places where Edison perfected some of his most famous inventions.

Newark Public Library: the historical Beaux-Arts building can be found in downtown Newark. Home to a plethora of books, manuscripts, artefacts and special collections – Newark library is a book lover's paradise.

New Jersey Performing Arts Centre: a focal point for music, dance, theatre and comedy, the venue is one of the largest performing arts centres in the United States and hosts an array of first-class performances throughout the year, featuring both nationally and internationally acclaimed artists.

A red climbing frame in Mulberry Commons in downtown Newark, USA

FAQs about travel to Newark

Helpful information for travellers visiting Newark

Is Newark worth visiting?

In short, yes! Newark is a vibrant city with a wide range of attractions, including world-class museums, glorious parks, thrilling sports venues and delicious cuisine. That’s not to mention its thriving arts and social scene.

With its rich history and diverse culture, one thing’s for sure, Newark is a unique and exciting travel destination that’s definitely worth visiting.

What is the best time to visit Newark?

The best time to book flights to Newark, NJ, is between March and September. During this time you’ll find the weather is mild and comfortable and the city basks in its natural beauty.

Icelandair offers regular round-trip flights into Newark all year round, so check our flight deals regularly to secure the best deal.

How long are the flights to Newark from the UK?

You can fly to Newark from the UK in roughly 7-8 hours. The exact flight time will depend on which UK airport you fly from as well as any layovers you have planned.

When you book flights to Newark with Icelandair, you can add a stopover in Iceland at no extra airfare.

When can you book cheap flights to Newark?

The cheapest time to book tickets to Newark is during its off-season (January - February).

During the winter there are fewer tourists so you can generally expect to find a better deal on your flights and accommodation.

We recommend checking our flight deals regularly to secure the best price on your Newark flights.

Which airport should I fly into for NYC?

Travellers visiting New York from the UK can fly to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) or John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Icelandair offers regular round-trip flights to New York and Newark.

Passengers landing at Newark, NJ wanting to explore the Big Apple can catch the AirTrain to Manhattan in as little as 40 minutes.

What is it like to visit Newark in the winter?

If a festive getaway is more your thing, then a holiday to Newark during the winter could be ideal. With plenty of snow on the ground and the city draped from head-to-toe in festive lights and decorations, you’ll find the festive vibes in Newark are as picturesque as they are infectious.

Plus, aside from prime Christmas time, flights into Newark tend to be cheaper during the winter (November - February).