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  • Ocean City Arts Center. 1735 Simpson Avenue Ocean City, NJ 08226. Phone:  609 399 7628. Ocean City Arts Center is a place for the individual to gain an appreciation of mankind’s diversity through the visual and performing arts.  OCAC strives to offer creative opportunities that appeal to all ages and interests, all people in the local and surrounding South Jersey communities.


  • Gillian’s Wonderland Pier & Island Waterpark. 6th St Ocean City, NJ 08226. Phone: (609) 399-7082


  • Ocean City Historical Museum (Ocean City). 1735 Simpson Avenue Cultural Arts Center Ocean City, NJ 08226 Phone: 609-399-1801. The vision of the Ocean City Historical Museum, Inc. is to be an inviting, informative and innovative community resource that is recognized and respected as the place for exploring and celebrating the rich history and heritage of Ocean City, New Jersey.


  • Bayside Center. 520 Bay Avenue Ocean City NJ 08226. Phone: 609-525-9244. The Bayside Center is a an activities and education facility operated by the City of Ocean City that is dedicated to the environmental and cultural aspects of Ocean City’s bay front along the Great Egg Harbor Bay. (Seasonal Only)


  • Corson’s Inlet State Park. 5898 Bay Ave Ocean City, New Jersey 08226. Phone: 609-861-2404. The area’s natural habitats are rich in the diversity of its wildlife with primary and secondary sand dune systems, shoreline overwash, marine estuaries and upland areas in which hundreds of wildlife species live and breed.


  • The Ocean City Free Public Library. 1735 Simpson Ave Ste #4, Ocean City NJ, 08226. Phone: (609) 952-6511. Monday- Friday: 9am - 9pm, Saturday: 9am - 5pm, Sunday: 1pm - 5pm.


  • Ocean City Theatre Company. 854 Asbury Avenue Suite 3 Ocean City, NJ 08226. Phone: 609-398-1118. Ocean City Theatre Company is a nonprofit organization with a deep connection with the Ocean City community and is committed to bringing quality theatre to the Jersey shore.





  • African American Heritage Museum Of Southern NJ.  All Wars Memorial Building Kentucky Ave. & Adriatic Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609-704-5495 The only African American Heritage Museum in NJ documenting the African American experience of the 20th Century. More than 11,000 treasures showcased on a rotating basis, updated every 30 days. Open Tues-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat by appointment.


  • Atlantic City Aquarium. 800 No. New Hampshire Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609-348-2880 A combination aquarium and marine science education center, the Atlantic City Aquarium houses more than 100 species of fish and other marine creatures.


  • Atlantic City Art Center. Garden Pier on Boardwalk at New Jersey Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609-347-5837 The Atlantic City Art Center on Garden Pier provides visitors an unparalleled opportunity to view the work of noted national and regional artists with the beautiful Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop. Free admission and parking.


  • Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall. 2301 Boardwalk Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609-348-7000. 14,770 seat arena reopened after $90 million renovation in 2001. Atlantic City's premier showplace for top concerts, sporting events and family shows.


  • Atlantic City Free Public Library. 1 N. Tennessee Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609-345-2269. The AC Free Public Library provides information services, programs and exhibits, training classes, computers and internet access, as well as books, magazines and multimedia. Historical and cultural resources like Prohibition and the Boardwalk, the ACFPL also presents multicultural events throughout the year like the International Night Concert Series at Kennedy Plaza on the Boardwalk.


  • Atlantic City Historical Museum. Garden Pier Boardwalk at New Jersey Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone:  609-347-5839. The Atlantic City Historical Museum on Garden Pier has re-opened and has been beautifully renovated. It is now run by the AC Free Public Library and features some new exhibits. Open every day from 10:00am - 5:00pm. Free admission.



  • Civil Rights Museum. Pacific Avenue & Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone: 609-347-0500. The Civil Rights Garden is a tranquil public sculpture garden comprised of 11 granite columns, winding pathways, plants, flowers, Gingko trees and sculptures with inscriptions related to the history, events and people of the Civil Rights movement.


  • Dante Hall Theater Of The Arts.  14 N. Mississippi Avenue Atlantic City, NJ 08401. Phone:  609-347-2162 Dante Hall Theater, an intimate 240-seat performing arts center, serves Atlantic City and surrounding communities as a vital cultural center. Enjoy live concerts, professional and amateur theater and performing arts, children’s theater and much more.




  • Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. 72 McBride Avenue Paterson, NJ 07501. Phone: (973) 523-5295. In 1791, Paterson, America's first planned industrial city, was established, centered around the Great Falls of the Passaic River.


  • Paterson Museum. 2 Market Street Paterson, NJ 07501. Phone:  973-321-1260. Tuesday thru Friday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Saturday and Sunday 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM Closed on Mondays and Holidays.




  • Great Falls. 65 McBride Ave. Paterson, NJ 07501. Phone: 973-279-9587. The Great Falls / S.U.M. National Historic Landmark district is a 118-acre industrial historic site located in Paterson, New Jersey. Located just 12 miles west of New York City, it is home to the largest and best example of early manufacturing mills in the United States.


  • Danforth Library.  250 Broadway  Paterson, NJ 07501. Phone:  973-321-1223. Established in 1885, the Paterson Free Public Library is New Jersey's oldest public library.




  • Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center. 1325 Highway 77 Seabrook, New Jersey 08302. Phone: (856)-451-8393. The settlement history of Seabrook produced a place of remarkable cultural diversity. Whether brought together by the ravages of war, the quest for economic betterment, or the spirit of adventure, Seabrook represents a historically unique meeting of culturally diverse people in rural America- relocated Japanese Americans and Japanese Peruvians from the U.S. internment camps, wartime refugees from Europe, migrant laborers from Appalachia, the Deep South, and the Caribbean.




  • Island Beach State Park. Central Ave, Seaside Park, NJ 08752. Phone: (732)793-0506. Island Beach State Park is a preserved barrier island that protects a number of natural shoreline and nearshore habitats.


  • Barnegat Lighthouse State Park. P.O. Box 167 Barnegat Light, NJ 08006. Phone: (609) 494-2016. The beloved Barnegat Lighthouse is shining again, as it was illuminated on January 1, 2009 - exactly 150 years to the day that it was originally lit in 1859.


  • Allarie State Park. 4265 Atlantic Ave. Farmingdale, NJ 07727. Phone: (732) 938-2371. Allaire State Park is probably best known for its historic 19th-century iron making town, Allaire Village, and its antique steam trains on the Pine Creek Railroad.


  •  Point Pleasant Historical Museum. 416 New Jersey Avenue, PO Box 1273 Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742. Phone: 732-892-3091. The Point Pleasant Historical Society Museum specializes in preserving photographs, maps and other documents. The collection includes early records from downtown businesses, meticulously compiled contemporaneous scrapbooks detailing the exploits of local men and women in World War II and posters of baseball games played, vaudeville shows produced, and summer extravaganzas.


  • Martell’s Tiki Bar. 308 Boardwalk, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742. Phone: (732) 892-0131. Our World Famous Tiki Bar is the center of all the action at Martells. Home to all of the thirst quenching tropical drinks you expect, including our Tiki Tea, it gives you a view of everything that makes Martell’s the place to be in the summer. You’re just steps away from the beach. You have a view of the band stage that hosts many of the Jersey Shore’s hottest acts.



  • Toms River Seaport Society & Maritime Museum. Hooper Ave. at Water St. Toms River, NJ 08754. Phone: 732-349-9209 The museum has a large collection of Barnegat Bay Sneakboxes including the: 20 foot racing sneakbox Stormalong, Slade Dales camping sneakbox Sheldrake, a 15 foot racing sneakbox, and a Barnegat Bay duckboat, the Delux Duck that competes in the annual Duckboat world championship.


  • Ocean County Historical Society. 26 Hadley Avenue Toms River, NJ 08753. Phone: 732 341-1880. Welcome to the web site of The Ocean County Historical Society, one of New Jersey's outstanding historical societies.


  • Jenkinson’s Boardwalk. 300 Ocean Ave, Pt Pleasant Bch, NJ 08742. Phone: (732) 892-0600. Jenkinson's is located on a mile and a half beach front property. It is privately owned and privately maintained solely by Jenkinson's facility. The beach is known for its cleanliness and protected swim areas, governed and protected by Jenkinson’s private lifeguard staff.


  • Point Pleasant Recreation Center. 1001 River Ave, Point Pleasant Boro, NJ 08742. Phone: (732) 892-5813.




  • Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum.  500 Forrestal Rd Cape May Airport, NJ 08242. Phone: (609) 886-8787. Naval Air Station (NAS) Wildwood Aviation Museum is a non-profit museum located at the Cape May Airport inside historic Hangar #1. Commissioned in April 1943, NAS Wildwood served as an active dive-bomber squadron training facility during World War II.


  • Cape May County Museum. 504 Route 9 North Cape May Court House, NJ 08210. Phone: 609-465-3535. The mission of the Cape May County Historical & Genealogical Society is to preserve the diverse history of Cape May County for the education, enlightenment and pleasure of present and future generations.


  • Cape May County Zoo. 707 North Route 9 P. O. Box 864 Cape May Court House, NJ 08210. Phone: 609.465.1033.Our zoo is a major attraction to the thousands of visitors to the shore and residents alike. Families who visit our zoo are always impressed by the lush country gardens, leisurely atmosphere and extensive natural environment.


  • Cape May County library. 30 Mechanic Street-CMCH Cape May County, New Jersey 08210. Phone: 609-463-6350. The roots of the Library can be traced back to 1923, when Sarah Askew, Secretary of the State Public Library Commission, made frequent visits to Cape May County to enlist influential support for a free county library.



  • Cape May Light.  215 Light House Ave, Cape May Point, NJ 08212. Phone: (609) 884-5404. The Cape May Lighthouse is a lighthouse located in New Jersey at the tip of Cape May, in Lower Township's Cape May Point State Park.


  • Cape May Point State Park. P O Box 107 Cape May Point, NJ 08212. Phone: (609) 884-2159. Although Cape May Lighthouse is a major attraction for many visitors to the area, the park’s constantly changing shoreline, dunes, freshwater coastal marsh and ponds, forested islands and varied uplands make it a well-known location for viewing the fall bird migration.


  • Sunset Beach. Sunset Blvd, Lower Township, NJ 08212. Phone: 609-884-7079. There is a flag-lowering ceremony every evening at this beach, which is famous for its quartz pebbles that are known as Cape May diamonds.




  • New Jersey Repertory Company. 179 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ 07740. Phone:(732) 229-3166. The Located in Long Branch, New Jersey, the theater's mission is to develop and produce new plays and to make a lasting contribution to the American stage. In keeping with this mission, NJ Rep has produced 83 plays in 14 seasons, including 56 world premieres.



  • Long Branch Free Public Library. Main Library 328 Broadway Long Branch NJ, 07740. Phone: 732-222-3900. Mon. through Thur. 10am - 8pm Fri. & Sat. 10am - 5pm.


  • Baker's Landing Marina. 14-18 Renwick Pl, Long Branch, NJ 07740. Phone: (732) 504-5196. Nestled in the serenity of the calm and protected waters of Pleasure Bay on the Shrewsbury River in Long Branch, NJ, Bakers Landing Marina offers a superb focal point for any boating experience.


  • Long Branch Historical Museum. 1260 Ocean Ave, Long Branch, NJ 07740. Phone:(732) 223-0874. The Long Branch Historical Museum Association is a nonprofit 501 (C)3 organization founded in 1953 to preserve St. James Chapel in Long Branch, New Jersey, which is also known as the Church of the Presidents because of the seven presidents who worshipped there.




  • Morey's Piers. 3501 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: (609) 729-3700. Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks is a classic seaside amusement park located on the Wildwoods' boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey.



  • George F. Boyer Historical Museum. 3709 Pacific Avenue, Wildwood, NJ. Phone: 609-523-0277. Our museum is an invaluable source of information and enjoyment for anyone who enters its doors. Once you step inside you feel as if you have been transported back in time.


  • Splash Zone Water Park. 3500 Boardwalk, P.O. Box 1649, Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: 609 729-5600. Mixing adrenaline-pumping action with family-style fun is our specialty! All new this year Splash Zone has added a Double Flow Rider, surf the perfect wave.


  • The Doo Wop Preservation League Museum. 3201 Pacific Avenue, Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: 609-729-4000. League and tours dedicated to preserving the twenty-five, or so, vintage nineteen-fifties hotels and motels in Wildwood.


  • Dragons Lair Mini Golf. 3616 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260-5430. Phone: 609-522-0474. The home of Wildwood's newest and most exciting black light miniature golf course!


  • Wildwood Insectarium. 5216 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ. Phone: 609-488-6939. A branch of the original Philadelphia Insectarium, the largest insect museum in the nation! We have thousands of live and mounted insects, tons of interactive displays, fun stuff for kids, and a whole lot more!


  • Unique Rides of Wildwood. 4000 Atlantic Ave, Wildwood, NJ. Phone: 1609-849-9460.


  • Bobby Dee's Arcade. 3600 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: 609 729-3600.


  • Palace of Sweets Adventure Maze. 2701 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260. Phone: 609-770-7259. The Palace of Sweets on Moreys Pier, Wildwood, New Jersey, is purpose built so that you really are entering a Palace of Sweets.  The theme of the Mirror Maze is about a Prince and Princess who live in a palace full of sweets.


  • Wildwood Crest Historical Museum. 5800 Ocean Avenue, Wildwood Crest, NJ 08260. Phone: 609-729-4515.  Cape May County is an area rich in cultural history. Several of the towns and boroughs in the county have preserved their history by forming historical societies, and Wildwood Crest is among them.  The Wildwood Crest Historical Society and Museum began early in 1975.





  • Fantasy Island Amusement Park. 320 7th St, Beach Haven, NJ 08008. Phone:(609) 492-4000. Fantasy Island Amusement Park has been created with a Victorian air that is timeless in its appeal. Z-Brick walkways, oak benches, ornate lamp posts, and Tiffany glass chandeliers and panels all come together in a clean, safe family facility that will delight young and old!



  • Surflight Theatre. 201 Engleside Ave, Beach Haven, NJ 08008. Phone: (609) 492-9477. A local professional theatre. Play calendar, ticket information and programs.


  • Museum of New Jersey Maritime History. 528 Dock Rd, Beach Haven, NJ 08008. Phone: (609) 492-0202. This corporation's educational purposes include, among other things, providing a facility for the public display of a significant number of marine artifacts.


  • Long Beach Island Historical. 129 Engleside Ave, Beach Haven, NJ 08008. Phone: (609) 492-0700. The Association incorporated in the State of New Jersey as a non-profit organization, maintains the building and grounds and oversees all activities.



  • Beach Haven Marlin & Tuna Club. 420 N Pennsylvania Ave, Beach Haven, NJ 08008. Phone: (609) 492-5263. For more than sixty years, the Beach Haven Marlin and Tuna Club has lived up to its name. Every summer its members head offshore to troll the endless waves for the thrill of a strike. They know that no one stays calm when a tuna hits and the reel sings!


  • Beach Haven Parasail. 2702 Long Beach Blvd, Long Beach Township, NJ 08008. Phone:(609) 492-0375. Drift up to 500 ft. above the bay and enjoy the breath taking view of the beach and island. Our experienced crew will gently lift you off the platform of our 34 ft. parasail winchboat, and you will fly over the bay under a huge parachute. If you wish, you may descend gently down to the water to take a little (or big dip) dip in the warm bay waters, then shoot back skyward.


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