Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
187 US 130 & 206
Bordentown, NJ 08505
Phone: (609) 298-5000
Fax: (609) 298-5009
Easily accessible by the highway Route 130, the Open Arts Stage in Bordentown is a cabaret theater that is open for all kinds of performing art events that fit into its small setup. This flexible theater can be easily modified to host rehearsals, meetings, workshops as well as community events and business presentations. Dance and theater classes are also held at the Open Arts Stage which attracts a number of kids and local talents. For more information about the venue, call or visit their website.
The Academy Theatre provides high-quality live entertainment, musical theatre and other special events. Pandora's Academy is an after-school program with an emphasis on music, art, drama and dance training for children ages six through 12.
Boheme Opera Company is a professional company member of Opera America, and secures top rate artists from New York, Florida, San Francisco, and other locations while presenting the best in operatic performances.
Situated among three acres along the banks of the Delaware River, Waterfront Park is home to the Trenton Thunder, the Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. The season lasts from April through September.
The Trenton Thunder, the Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, provide locals and tourists with the chance to see exciting baseball action; the Mercer County Waterfront Park offers luxury suites, box seats, a picnic area, an arcade and a gift shop to enable guests to fully appreciate a major league baseball atmosphere.
An arena with a lot of fusion: a hockey, basketball and concert venue all rolled into one, this multi purpose arena can surely bite more than it can chew. The Arena has hosted over 1200 events with over 4,000,000 guests attending and has hosted such shows as Cher, Bruce Springsteen (2 shows), WWE, Shania Twain, Lord of the Dance, Luciano Pavarotti, Champions on Ice, Barney's Musical Castle, WWE Smackdown. This place is a favourite place among locals for sporting and other cultural events.
This theatre is host to a variety of theatrical and musical performances, and also offers a range of educational programs.
Built in 1932, as "a great community center dedicated to the memory of the soldiers and sailors from Mercer County who died fighting World War I," this 1,807-seat, fully-equipped theater is a National and State Historic Site that is owned by The State of New Jersey and operated by The Department of State.
The Greater Trenton Symphony Orchestra is New Jersey's oldest professional symphony orchestra, and offers performances from December through April each year.
This annual art exhibit takes place beginning in October each year, and runs throughout much of the year, featuring the showcasing of works by members of the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey.
This art exhibition, held each August, features the works of the students of Master Zhe-Zhou Jiang, as well as works by the Master himself.
Held each September, this annual fair is arguably the best juried craft show in all of Burlington County.