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998 West Landis Ave, Vineland, NJ, US, 08360-3420

  • Phone: (856) 696-3030
  • Fax: (856) 696-0135
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Supports Green Practices

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Attractions

»Vineland Public Library

The Vineland Public Library houses a fine selection of fiction and non-fiction, books, periodicals, DVDs, videos, audiobooks and more. The library also has a small collection of genealogy books and records and microfilm versions of the Vineland Daily Journal and the New York Times.

1058 East Landis Avenue
Vineland, New Jersey 08360

»Deerfield Presbyterian Church

Since its establishment in 1737, the Deerfield Presbyterian Church has been serving the community and spreading the message of Lord Jesus. The historical church was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

530 Old Deerfield Pike
Upper Deerfield Township, NJ 08302

»Capps Picnic Park

This park plays host to picnics and offers award winning barbeque dishes, as well as providing a great variety of activities to keep everyone busy and happy, to make the most of a picnic outing.

476 South Burlington Road
Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302

»Cohanzick Zoo

New Jersey

181 East Commerce Street
Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302

»Bridgeton Historic District

Located in Bridgeton, this namesake historic district is one of the largest in the state of New Jersey. It has over 2000 historic structures. It contains very unique and important examples of historic architecture, built over 250 years, said to have begun in the year 1686. Most noted establishment are Potter’s Tavern and Ebenezer Miller’s House. In its heydays, the city had bustling operas, theatres, stores, and downtown. The community strives to preserve the history and the remains of landmarks left here.

Commerce Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302

»Potter's Tavern

This national historic landmark was the home of New Jersey

West Broad Street
Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302

»Bridgeton City Park

This city park is comprised of eleven hundred acres that provide opportunities for a variety of activities, including boating, fishing, and swimming, as well as being home to a zoo.

Mayor Aitken Drive
Bridgeton, New Jersey 08302

»Glassboro Public Library

A Gloucester County Library System branch, the Glassboro Public Library offers children's programs, an extensive multi-cultural book collection, children's and entertainment video collection, Internet access, computer training classes and more.

2 Center Street
Glassboro, New Jersey 08028

»Hollybush

The well-known site of Hollybush stands as a monumental mansion in the Glassboro region of the Gloucester County. Its construction dates back to the year 1849, and it is also referred to as the Whitney Mansion. The eloquently structured mansion site is registered in the National Register of Historic Places.

501 Whitney Avenue
Glassboro, NJ 08028

»St. Thomas Episcopal Church

The history of St. Thomas Episcopal Church is interconnected with the founding of Glassborough, the municipality it is located in. The congregation of St. Thomas was formed in 1791 and worship was conducted in a log cabin. Glassborough was incorporated in 1841, following which this church was established in 1846. Designed in the Gothic Revival style by John Notman, St. Thomas Episcopal Church features a beautiful stone facade. The parish hall was constructed in 1954 for communal activities of the parish.

212 North Main Street
Glassboro, NJ 08028

»Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church and Mount Zion Cemetery

Established in 1799, Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church is one of the town's oldest places of worship. The modest church building has been constructed in the 19th-century Revival style of architecture. The church played a significant role in the history of the African population of the time, by serving as an Underground Railroad station.

172 Garwin Road
Woolwich Township, NJ 08085

»New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve

The New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve encompasses a mind-boggling area of 1,164,025 acres (471,064 hectares). With a huge green space like that, there are innumerable recreational activities that can be done here. A huge variety of plant and animal species dominate this place. All outdoor activities ranging from hiking and fishing to biking and kayaking can be done here. The scope of outdoor sports is endless. The reserve offers infinite scenic beauty, where you can either relax, or get some adrenaline rush. For details about camping and other activities, please log on to their website.

Ephriam Road
Hammonton, NJ 08088
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