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.
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.
The history of The Historic Trenton Masonic Temple can be traced back to the early 1900s. The beautiful interiors are divided in 3 floors. The first floor is used as a venue for private events and the upper floors are used as lodges.
The Clarksburg Methodist Episcopal Church dates back to 1845. In 1999, it was included in the National Register of Historic Places. Since the discontinuation of services, the church building serves as a venue for weddings and art events.
Renamed a number of times since it opened its doors in 1974, Parx Racing Racetrack used to be known popularly as the Philadelphia Park. A racetrack and casino, this facility is a strictly thoroughbred horse racetrack and the most famous one in the city. The track in length stretches to 1,000 feet. You can also make a deal with the group reservations. So do visit their site to know the upcoming race schedule.
Built in 1998, the Princeton University Stadium seats approximately 27,000 spectators, who visit the venue mainly to cheer for their favorite Princeton tigers team. Primarily a football stadium, it is by no means surprising that it is always filled up with avid football fans. If you want to see an interesting sporting match, come down to the Princeton stadium. Call ahead for more details.
Part of Princeton University, this concert hall hosts theatrical shows, performing arts shows and more.
Jillian's at Franklin Mills Mall is a popular hangout amongst families and groups. Munch on some delicious snacks and then head out for some hard-core entertainment. It features a giant TV, billiards table, bowling alley, live entertainment, sumptuous food and much more, all under one roof. You can easily spend a fun-filled, entertaining evening at this place. The center also makes available banquet facilities for private events. For any further deatils, do visit the website or call ahead.
If you want to enjoy an action-packed evening filled with entertainment, then you must catch at least one event at this arena. Whether it's a rock concert, or a thought-provoking theatre performance, you are sure to have a pleasant time here. The venue also hosts sporting events like the Ring of Honor Wresting Tournament. So don't waste more time and call the box office for a schedule and book your tickets right away.
The Funplex is truly a fun place for the entire family. It has several attractions indoors and outdoors, in addition this place is home to miniature golf, go-karts and has many more exciting things to do.
Knowlton Mansion or Rhawn Residence is a three-story Gothic Revival style mansion. It was constructed in 1881 by celebrated architect Frank Furness. It was also the residence of the son of Robert MacKay Green I, who is known as the inventor of the ice cream soda. This place has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1974 and is currently occupied by Conroy Catering, who rent it for weddings and other events.
Cheltenham Center for the Arts is located in the former George K. Heller School which was the first of its kind in the township of Cheltenham and the oldest public school in the state till its closure in 1953. The Late Victorian stone structure is the ideal setting for this arts center which was founded in 1940. The Cheltenham Center for the Arts is known for its art classes, exhibitions and theater highlighting the work of local artists and the community. Its sole focus is to express social interests in a creative way through artistic mediums.