Avalon Beach- Avalon,NJAddress: 30th & Ocean Drive, Avalon, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 967-3936
Avalon beach...cooler by a mile! Avalon beaches were voted by The Washingtonian the safest for swimming out of 30 beaches visited! The magazine called it "the best beach in New Jersey", with its gentle surf, natural dunes, a wide beach, and good life guards. It even has a small and well maintained boardwalk. Only 3 1/2 hours from Washington and 30 minutes from Atlantic City, it's convenient to get to or from for a short or long visit.
Bally's Atlantic City- Atlantic CityAddress: Park Place and Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 340-2000
Located on the beautiful bay in the Atlantic City Marina District, Bally's Atlantic City will cater to your every need. We know that vacation is sometimes all about balance. There's the time to play at the casino and the time to play elsewhere. Come and take advantage of all we have to offer! More than 80,000 square feet of action. That's what Bally's is all about. The roll of the dice. The shuffle of the cards. A spin of the roulette wheel. A pull on the slots. And then the pause before winning. All are ingredients of endless excitement at Bally's. We've got it all: Slots. Blackjack. Poker. Craps. Baccarat. All your favorite games are right here. The only thing missing is you!
Cape May County Historical Museum- Cape May CourthouseAddress: 504 Rte 9 North, Cape May Courthouse, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 465-3535
Cape May County Historical and Genealogical Society The Museum contains extensive and varied exhibits including furnishings, costumes, tools and decorative and practical objects from the 17th to 20th centuries. Cape May County Historical Museum Explore. Discover. Learn.
Cape May Whale Watcher- Cape MayAddress: 2nd Avenue & Wilson Drive, Cape May, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 884-5445
New Jersey's Largest and Fastest Whale & Dolphin Watch In Cape May and Wildwood there are several whale and dolphin watching businesses. However, we are closest to the dolphins and whales and offer a variety of trips. In addition to our great crew, many people feel the big difference between us and the other boats is our vessel. The Cape May Whale Watcher is the largest, fastest, cleanest, and most comfortable at the shore. It is not a converted fishing boat. It's size and speed allow us to offer maximum viewing and less time riding.
Cape May-Lewes Ferry- Cape MayAddress: Sandman Blvd. & Lincoln Dr, Cape May, NJ 08318
Phone: (800) 643-3779
Don't Miss the Boat! The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is the most memorable way to travel between Delaware and New Jersey. Expand your family vacation experience and leave the driving to us…take the Cape May – Lewes Ferry on a 17-mile, 80 minute voyage across the Delaware Bay and cut miles off your trip along the Atlantic Coast.
Centerton Golf Club- Elmer, NJAddress: 1016 Almond Rd, Elmer, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 358-2220
The 18-hole "Centerton" course at the Centerton Golf Club facility in Elmer, New Jersey features 6,725 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 69.2 and it has a slope rating of 120. Designed by Ed Carman, the Centerton golf course opened in 1962. David Quinn manages the course as the Co-Owner.
Cohanzick Zoo- Bridgeton, NJAddress: Mayor Aitken Drive, Bridgeton, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 455-3230
In 1934, the City found itself in possession of a small herd of deer which the citizens thought should be exhibited. With this, the Cohanzick Zoo began. The zoo was named for the band of Lenape Indians who resided in Bridgeton alongside the river - as a result, they became known as the Cohanzick Indians. Today, the Cohansey River peacefully flows through the park adding a unique natural setting. It is a great place to visit all year 'round. The Cohanzick Zoo is New Jersey's first zoo, and a division of the Department of Recreation and Public Affairs.
Cowtown Flea Market- Pilesgrove, NJAddress: 780 Rte 40, Pilegrove, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 769-3202
Cowtown Polo Club- Elmer, NJAddress: 175 Newkirk Station Road, Elmer, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 358-7200
Next to Cowtown Flea Market on Rt 40 Experience the excitement of full field polo in a fun, relaxed atmosphere at South Jersey's longest active polo club. Family Fun - Bring your own chairs and enjoy a picnic close to the action, or join us under the tent at midfield.
Cowtown Rodeo- Pilesgrove, NJAddress: 780 Rt 40, Pilegrove, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 769-3200
Enjoy Professional Rodeo In the True Tradition of the Old West Cowtown Rodeo is not a circus, carnival or traveling "wild west". It's a professional stop on a professional circuit for hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls from across the nation. Cowtown is one of only two weekly ongoing PRCA-Sanctioned Rodeos in America. The other is in Mesquite, Texas. As for Cowtown, it is also very well known in South Jersey for the Farmers Market that is open every Saturday and Tuesday with over 550 merchants selling their wares.
Holly Hills Golf Course- Alloway, NJAddress: 374 Alloway Friesburg Road, Alloway, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 455-5115
The 18-hole "Holly Hills" course at the Holly Hills Golf Club facility in Alloway, New Jersey features 6,377 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 71.4 and it has a slope rating of 124. Designed by Horace Smith, the Holly Hills golf course opened in 1968. Arya Golf Properties manages this facility, with Mike Facemyers as the General Manager.
Liberty Bell- Philadelphia, PAAddress: Market Street between 5th and 6th Streets, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Phone: (215) 597-8974
The bell cracked the first time it was rung. The Liberty Bell Center was opened in October, 2003. On every Fourth of July, at 2pm Eastern time, children who are descendants of signers of the Declaration of Independence symbolically tap the Liberty Bell 13 times while bells across the nation also ring 13 times in honor of the patriots from the original 13 states. Liberty Bell Open daily 9am-5pm with extended hours July and August. The bell is visible 24 hours a day.
Lights of Liberty- Philadelphia, PAAddress: Independence Mall at the corner of 6th and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Phone: (877) 462-1776
Wow! How'd they do that? Experience the American Revolution, as it happened, where it happened – through state-of-the-art technology at the Lights of Liberty Show, the first ambulatory sound and light show of its kind in the world. As you journey through Independence National Historical Park, the story is told through beautiful hand painted images that are projected up to 50 feet high onto the buildings where the events actually took place over 230 years ago. You’ll hear a moving musical score composed for the Show and performed by musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra plus dazzling effects produced at Skywalker Sound. The voices of Walter Cronkite, Ossie Davis, and Charlton Heston tell the tale. The story is also available in our "Children’s Channel", geared specifically towards children ages 6 - 12. In addition, the adult version is offered in German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish.
LOVE Park- Philadelphia,PAAddress: John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Phone: (215) 636-1666
One of the three best skate parks in the world! LOVE Park was conceived in 1932 and built in the 1960s as JFK plaza. It harmoniously connects to William Penn's original 1682 plan for Philadelphia. The park's curving stairs and fountain were designed to create an impressive setting for City Hall. Skateboarders discovered that LOVE Park was ideal. The park became a mecca of skateboarding and helped to redefine Philadelphia's image and attraction for youth.
Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts- Cape MayAddress: 1048 Washington Street, Cape May, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 884-5404
The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts (MAC) was formed in 1970 to save the 1879 Emlen Physick Estate from the wrecker’s ball. Today, MAC operates the Physick Estate as Cape May’s only Victorian house museum. MAC has also restored and operates the 1859 Cape May Lighthouse. A multi-faceted, non-profit cultural organization, MAC promotes the preservation and interpretation of Cape May’s Victorian heritage and the performing arts with a year-round schedule of special events and tours.
Moods Farm Market- Mullica Hill, NJAddress: Rt 77, South of Mullica Hill, Mullica Hill, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 478-2500
Mood's Farm Market is located in Gloucester County, in Southern New Jersey on Rt. 77 five miles south of Mullica Hill and four miles North of Rt. 40. We specialize in pick your own fruit starting with sweet cherries in June and finishing with pumpkins in October. We make apple cider donuts fresh daily, and we press our own apple cider in the fall. We have apple picking hayrides in September and pumpkin picking hayrides in October. We take pride in selling quality produce, and giving you a fun experience on our farm.
Morey's Pier and Beachfront Waterparks- Wildwood, NJAddress: 3501 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 522-3900
Morey's Piers During your next Jersey Shore getaway or family beach vacation, come enjoy Morey's Piers -- the largest amusement piers in the world! Located on the boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey, next to historic Cape May, New Jersey, and not far from both Ocean City and Atlantic City, Morey's Piers offers over 100 exciting amusement park rides and attractions, including TWO large beachfront water NJ amusement parks, kiddie ridesroller coasters, and more! Avoid the long theme park lines and come enjoy a classic seaside amusement park with your family! Morey's Piers A total Amusement Park and Waterpark!
Ocean City New Jersey- Ocean City,NJAddress: Garden State Parkway, Ocean City, NJ 08318
Phone: (800) bea-chnj
Ocean City, New Jersey is a world famous seashore community located at the heart of the Jersey Shore, so it is perfectly situated for a vacation. It's at the northern tip of Cape May County, just 20 minutes from Atlantic City, 70 minutes from Philadelphia, and two hours from New York City. In fact, its so convenient, that you'll want to come down for a getaway all through the year. Ocean City offers the best in hospitality, food, shopping and family-oriented fun. There's something for every taste and budget --- from bed-and-breakfasts to modern hotels, from snacks to gourmet dining, from souvenirs to antiques, and from bumper cars to rollercoasters.
Penn State University- Media,PAAddress: 25 Yearsley Mill Rd., Media, PA 08318
Penn's Landing- Philadelphia, PAAddress: 301 S. Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Phone: (212) 928-8801
Penn's Landing Penn's Landing is the waterfront area of the Center City along the Delaware River section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. It is so named since the founder of Pennsylvania, William Penn, was storied to have first docked here in 1682. In actuality, William Penn landed at what is now Penn St & 2nd in Chester, PA. (The true site is currently in use by the Kimberly Clark/Scott's Towels Papermill.) The area is bounded by Front Street to the west, the Delaware River to the east, Spring Garden Street to the north, and Washington Avenue to the south, and is primarily focused on the Columbus Boulevard (Delaware Avenue) corridor. Development of area is handled by the Penn’s Landing Corporation. The corporation is a non-profit organization, quasi-public corporation that was established in 1970 to manage the publicly owned land on the central waterfront on behalf of the City of Philadelphia and the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Penn's Landing serves as the site for several events in the city. The two main facilites at Penn’s Landing are The Great Plaza, located along the Delaware River at Columbus Boulevard and Chestnut Street, and Festival Pier, on Columbus Boulevard and Spring Garden Street. The barque Moshulu is moored there as a floating restaurant. Plans are being developed for two casinos (with licenses granted by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board) along the riverfront, with one being owned by the Planet Hollywood parent company. A number of historic ships are moored at Penn's Landing. Two of these, the USS Becuna and the USS Olympia (C-6) are open for touring as part of the Independence Seaport Museum.
Philadelphia Museum of Art- Philadelphia , PAAddress: 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Situated on a site overlooking one of the nation’s most culturally vibrant cities, the Philadelphia Museum of Art welcomes about a million visitors each year and entices them to embark upon a walk through time that extends across two millennia and six continents.
Philadelphia Zoo- Philadelphia, PAAddress: 3400 West Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Phone: (215) 243-1100
America's First Zoo Throughout its history, the Philadelphia Zoo has played a monumental role in educating the public about exotic animals, promoting and participating in worldwide conservation efforts for endangered wildlife, and providing exceptional recreational opportunities for families. Today, the Zoo is reaching new heights in all areas of its mission as a conservation, education and recreation organization. Its state-of-the-art animal exhibits and health-care facilities, award-winning education and conservation programs, recreational opportunities, guest services, scientific accomplishments and historically significant venue make the Philadelphia Zoo one of the world's most renowned zoological societies and gardens. The Zoo is also the Philadelphia region's leading family attraction, welcoming more than 1.1 million visitors a year. The Zoo uses all of its unique and compelling features to inspire people of all ages to action and leadership in support of wildlife conservation.
Shore Memorial HospitalAddress: Shore Rd. & New York Avenue, Somers Point, NJ 08318
Sunset BeachAddress: At the end of Sunset Blvd, Cape May Point, NJ 08318
Phone: (609) 884-7079
When visiting Cape May and Sunset Beach, be sure to leave at least one night open to join us for our evening flag ceremony held daily in season (May through September). We are immensely proud of this tradition which has been a staple of our area for over 40 years. All of the flags that we fly at our mast are veterans' casket flags that have been donated by the families. We are honored to fly them here at Sunset Beach. There is nothing as thought provoking than to watch the sun set over the Delaware Bay while taps plays and Old Glory is lowered for the evening. If you have not experienced this emotionally moving tradition, we invite you to be a participant in this celebration of being an American.
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology- Philadelphia, PAAddress: 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 08318
Phone: (215) 898-4000
Thousands of years of antiquity. Enigmatic cultures past and present. Magnificent objects crafted by people long forgotten. Traditions that have disappeared into the all-encompassing global society of the 21st century. Since the late 19th century hundreds of people, on behalf of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, have searched for what it means to be human cultures. The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, through its research, collections, exhibitions, and educational programming, advances understanding of the world's cultural heritage.
Wheaton Village Art and MuseumsAddress: Rt 55, Millville, NJ 08318
Phone: (800) 998-4552
Wheaton Village engages artists and audiences in an evolving exploration of creativity. Watch world class glass art created in the Glass Studio. Tour the Museum of American Glass with its notable collection. Walk through the Craft Studios and see skilled artists at work. Explore South Jersey’s rich cultural traditions in the Down Jersey Folklife Center. Browse through the finest selection of handcrafted gift items in our wonderful museum stores. A variety of special events, exhibitions and educational programs are offered throughout the year.
Wildwood BeachAddress: Wildwood Beach, Wildwood, NJ 08318
Wildwood BoardwalkAddress: Wildwood, Wildwood, NJ 08318
The Wildwoods' Boardwalk is the place to enjoy the refreshing salt air any time of the day or night - whether you’re out on a morning bike ride, enjoying the carnival atmosphere of a neon-lit evening or simply out for a stroll beside the blue Atlantic.
Ye Olde Centerton Inn- Pittsgrove, NJAddress: 1136 Almond Road, Pittsgrove, NJ 08318
Phone: (856) 358-3201
Ye Olde Centerton Inn Ye Olde Centerton Inn is chock full of Americana at every turn and our kitchen is bursting with the freshest steaks and choicest seafood. We feature Jersey Fresh Produce in celebration of the season and all that this great State has to offer. "Belly up" to our bar to enjoy an ice-cold beer or hearty cocktail before retiring to one of our six unique dining rooms to enjoy our American Cuisine; cuisine with a twist that is! While relaxing there, be sure to take a peek at our new wine list.