New Jersey is seeing visitors and spending making its way back to pre-pandemic levels, according to a new report from the New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism.
The 2022 Economic Impact of Tourism study notes the state welcomed about 114.6 million visitors in 2022, 18 million more than in 2021. The study also revealed visitors spent $45.4 billion, up $8.2 million from 2021.
With the removal of travel restrictions and the reopening of international borders, visitors are spending more on trips to New Jersey, according to a statement from the state’s travel and tourism office. Read more from NJ Spotlight News.