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Adventure Aquarium

Adventure Aquarium - Located on the beautiful Delaware River waterfront overlooking the Philadelphia skyline. The Aquarium offers exciting, all-ages experiences that includes over 80 exhibits with more than 5,000 fish and aquatic animals of some 800 species.

Appel Farm Arts & Music Center - Featuring an Evening Concerts Series of acoustic singer-songwriter, country, blues, classical and jazz music; a Family Matinee Series of music, theatre, and puppetry; an annual Arts and Music Festival; a residential arts camp for kids 9-17 years; education outreach; arts classes for adults and children; and a conference center.

Clementon Park & Splash World - Offers roller coasters, kiddie rides, a petting zoo, a lion and tiger show, and 3 acres of water rides.

Whitesbog Village - This village has played an important part in the history of the blueberry and cranberry culture in the United States. The village offers a variety of attractions, activities, festivals and programs.

New Jersey State Museum - Established in 1895, the New Jersey State Museum is a general museum that collects, exhibits and interprets in four broad areas of interest: natural history, archaeology/ethnology, cultural history, and fine art.

Glassboro Center for the Arts - Conveniently located on the campus of Rowan University, the Glassboro Center for the Arts presents professional music, dance, and theatre presentations.

Air Victory Museum - Home to many aircraft and aviation artifacts. This includes everything from clothing to full-motion flight simulators.

Grounds for Sculpture - A public, not-for-profit institution committed to promoting contemporary sculpture through exhibitions, publications and the education of the general public about this art form. The 22-acre, landscaped park includes two 10,000 square foot museum facilities: the Museum Building and the Domestic Arts Building.

Camdem Children's Garden - This 4-acre interactive Garden includes a Butterfly Garden, Railroad Garden, Dinosaur Garden, Maze, Picnic Garden, Treehouse, Amphitheater, Carousel and Storybook Gardens.

Princeton Symphony Orchestra - The greater Princeton region's only resident orchestra and performs its five-concert subscription series in Princeton University's beautiful and historic Richardson Auditorium.

Mainstage Center for the Arts - Celebrates and promotes the performing arts. Mainstage strives to ignite the passions of all people, especially the young, through vibrant, creative, and imaginative arts experiences.

Perkins Center for the Arts - The Center's programs include visual and performing arts classes and lessons, exhibitions, music and dance performances, workshops, visiting artists' residencies, and an outreach program for children.

Rockingham State Historic Site - George Washington’s last wartime headquarters. Rockingham, also known as the Berrien Mansion, built around 1710, is preserved as it was during the months George and Martha Washington resided there.

Walt Whitman House - Step back in time to the humble dwelling of the "Good Gray Poet," Walt Whitman. Constructed in 1848, this modest wooden-framed structure built in Greek-revival style was the only home ever owned by Walt Whitman.

Garden State Discovery Museum - A hands-on museum for infants to 10 year olds, the Discovery Museum offers fifteen larger-than-life, kid powered, interactive exhibit areas. Every exhibit is an invitation to touch, explore, and create.

Powhatan Renape Nation's American Indian Heritage Museum - Offers a unique, multifaceted look at American Indian culture. Professional staff will take you on a guided tour of the exhibits. In addition to viewing contemporary American Indian artwork, visitors will learn about American Indian history, culture and traditions.

Princeton University Art Museum - The permanent collections of The Art Museum range from ancient to contemporary art, and concentrate, geographically, on the Mediterranean regions, Western Europe, China, the United States, and Latin America.

Camp Olden Civil War Roundtable & Museum - The Civil War was the most profound and tragic event in American history. The 620,000 lives lost in "The War Between the States" is nearly as much as the total number of American lives lost in all of our other wars combined. Learn more about it here.

Riverlink Ferry - A passenger ferry service on the Delaware River connecting Camden waterfront with Penn’s Landing section of Philadelphia. Riding the RiverLink on the Delaware River offers a 12-minute picturesque view of the Philadelphia skyline and colorful attractions in Camden.

Old Barracks Museum - The only original French & Indian War Barracks still standing in the US. The site is also famous for its role in George Washington’s victory over Hessian troops during the Revolutionary War.

Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie - Houses a fine collection of art and artifacts related to Trenton's historical and cultural past and present.