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NEW JERSEY'S TOP
Tourist Attractions
Ranked by the total number of visitors in 2012
By Danielle Mack
Rank | Prev. COMPANY
YEAR ESTABLISHED
Website
Senior Executive(s)
Attractions
Visitors in 2012
1 | NR
Liberty State Park
2006
nj911memorial.org
Faith Miller, James "Rick" Cahill, Rosanne Hughes, Mery-Mayo Marshall
"Empty Sky" 9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and New Jersey Central Railroad station
9,000,000
2 | 2
Casino Pier & Breakwater Beach
1932
www.casinopiernj.com
Vincent Storino
Sky Ride, Thrill Rides, Kiddie Rides, and American-made classic carousel
1,000,000
2 | 2
iPlay America
2011
www.iplayamerica.com
Robert McDaid, Gary Foley
iPA Speedway, Cosmic Battle, Kite Flyer, Scy Scraper, Mini Bowling, Spin Zone, Kiddie Rides, 200 + redemption games and restaurants
1,000,000
4 | 4
Liberty Science Center
1993
www.lsc.org
Paul Hoffman, Daniel Menelly, Christine Arnold-Schroeder, Jeff Sasson, Connie Claman
IMAX Dome Theater, Skyscraper!, Infection Connection, Communication, Eat and Be Eaten, I Explore, Our Hudson Home, Energy Quest, Wildlife Challenge, Wonder Why, Breakthroughs, and 3D theater
656,000
5 | 5
Turtle Back Zoo
1967
www.turtlebackzoo.com
Jeremy Goodman
20 acres with wild and domestic animals, train ride, petting zoo, playground and carousel
525,507
6 | 6
Barnegat Lighthouse State Park
1928
www.njparksandforests.org
NA
Maritime site on the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail
502,295
7 | 8
Playland's Castaway Cove
1959
www.oceancityfun.com
Scott Simpson
Bumper Cars, Ferris Wheel, Flitzer, Balloons, Magic Ring, Merry-Go-Round, Scream Machine, Sea Dragon, Tilt-A-Whirl, Classic Train, Raiders Arc, Helicopters, Surf Shack, Rockin Tug, Miniature Golf, Go Karts, Happy Swing, Beach Buggies, Kite Flyer, Pirates Gold Rush, Air Race, Spin Zone, Tropical Storm, Orange Julius
475,000
8 | 9
Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Inc.
1965
www.racewaypark.com
Alex Napp
Diversified racing, special events and swap meets, drag racing on two tracks, motocross racing, NHRA championship races, go-cart racing, and thrill shows
400,000
9 | NR
Arm & HammerPark / Trenton Thunder Minor League Baseball
1994
www.milb.com
NA
Trenton league baseball team - Double A affiliates of the New York Yankees
385,934
10 | 10
New Jersey Performing Arts Center
1988
www.njpac.org
John Schreiber, Bobbie Arbesfeld, Peter Hansen, Warren Tranquada, Ross Richards, David Rodriguez, Donna Walker-Kuhne, Laurie Carter, Sandra Bowie, Jeffrey Norman, Stephanie Hughley, Catrina Boisson
Hosts national and international performers plus touring companies
379,980
11 | 11
Cape May County Park & Zoo
1978
www.capemaycountyzoo.org
Ed Runyon, Hubert Paluch, William MacQueen
More than 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles. Open daily, year round
367,000
12 | 12
Sahara Sam's Oasis Indoor and Outdoor Water Park
2009
www.saharasams.com
Ilya Girlya, Sam Girlya, Yan Girlya, Betty Girlya
Mount Kilimanjaro, Snake Eyes, Congo Bongo Adventure River, Tim-Buk-Tu, Lizard Lagoon, Sam£s Slamdunker, Crocodile Flats, Flowrider, Samazon Ropes Adventure, one-of-a-kind retractable roof, full-service cafe, 3,000 square foot family arcade. Two-acre outdoor Beach Club including: Rip N’ Roll, SplishSplash, Blue Lagoon, Wipe Out and Cabanas.
325,000
13 | NR
The Newark Museum
1909
www.newarkmuseum.org
Steven Kern
80 beautifully designed galleries including American Painting and Sculptures, Decorative Arts, Africa, The Americas and The Pacific, Classical Art, Arts of Asia, Numismatics and the Sciences. The Ballantine House, a restored 1885 mansion which is a National Historic Landmark, is also on the premises. In addition, the Dreyfuss Planetarium, a mini zoo, gift shops, a cafe, an auditorium and a sculpture garden are on the grounds
310,000
14 | 13
Clementon Park & Splash World
1902
www.clementonpark.com
David Dorman
HellCat, Laguna Kahuna, King Neptune's Revenge, Sky River Rapids, Sea Dragon, Vertical Limit Racer Slide, Flying Pharoah, Black Viper Water Slide, Thunder Bolt, Lazy River, Inverter, Vintage Carousel, Victorian Railway, Giant Ferris Wheel
300,000
15 | 16
Allaire Village
1957
www.allairevillage.org
Shannon Gance
Historic village
250,000
15 | NR
Bergen Performing Arts Center
2004
www.bergenpac.org
Edmondo Schwartz, Dominic Roncace
Bergen Performing Arts Center, or bergenPAC, is housed in a historic Art Deco-style theater boasting one of the finest acoustic halls in the United States. BergenPAC attracts a stellar roster of world-class entertainment. The jewel in our crown is The Performing Arts School at bergenPAC - the innovative, educational performing arts initiative that reaches more than 30,000 students annually.
250,000
15 | 13
Freehold Raceway
1853
www.freeholdraceway.com
Howard Bruno, Mark Rosenthal, Karen Fagliarone
Live harness racing September to May, plus simulcasting from thoroughbred and harness tracks throughout North America
250,000
15 | 16
Garden State Discovery Museum
1994
www.discoverymuseum.com
Roree Iris-Williams, Kelly Lyons, Beverly Pak
Tour the museum, join in our many educational workshops and performances, visit the Discovermore Gift Shop, host a party in one of our private party rooms, snack area, free parking
250,000
19 | NR
Mayo Performing Arts Center
1994
www.mayoarts.org
Allison Larena, Ed Kirchdoerffer, Joseph M. Goryeb
200+ events on stage
200,000
20 | 19
Thundering Surf Water Park
1975
www.thunderingsurfwaterpark.com
Julie Mesanko, Chris Mesanko
The first Flowhouse at the Jersey Shore, featuring a Flowrider double, 8 water slides, Lazy Crazy River, Cowabunga Beach, toddler area, Dancing Fountains, Super Soaker bucket of Water Drop, Cowabunga Beach Barbecue Grill and sundeck & Cabana rentals
181,000
21 | 21
State Theatre
2002
www.statetheatrenj.org
Mark W. Jones
Theater, music, dance, performing arts, comedy, Broadway, lectures, educational programs, performances for young audiences, opera, HD presentations and films
173,877
22 | 26
Grounds for Sculpture
1992
www.groundsforsculpture.org
Rob Gross, Bonnie Brown, Rhonda DiMascio, Coby Green-Rifkin, Tom Moran
42-acre sculpture park and arboretum; hundreds of large-scale outdoor sculptures and thousands of exotic trees and flowers
157,004
23 | NR
Skylands Ice World
2006
www.SkylandsIceWorldNJ.com
Anne Giannone
Ice skating, figure skating, hockey, stick n puck, family open hockey, birthday parties, corporate events
150,000
24 | NR
Delaware River Railroad Excursions
1988
www.877trainride.com
Chris Cotty
River train, steam train, mine train, Thomas train, dinosaur train, winery train, and The Polar Express
140,000
25 | NR
Field Station: Dinosaurs
2012
fieldstationdinosaurs.com
Guy Gsell, Jayne Powers, David Waggett
32 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs, Dinosaurs Alive! 3D, shows/games/workshops
134,791
26 | 22
Atlantic City Aquarium
1976
www.acaquarium.com
Jack Keith
More than 100 varieties of fish and marine animals. The aquarium's eight tanks total 29,800 gallons of live exhibits. Highlights include the fish of the New Jersey coast.
101,000
27 | 27
Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial
1998
www.battleshipnewjersey.org
Jack Willard, Phil Rowan
Guided tours, overnight encampments, onboard classes, group packages. special events
95,000
28 | NR
Bounce U West Windsor
NA
www.bounceunj.com
NA
NA
80,000
29 | NR
The New Jersey Children's Museum
NA
www.njcm.com
NA
NA
75,000
30 | 38
Cool Scoops Ice Cream Parlo
2002
www.coolscoops.com
Paul P. Russo, Lori A Russo
50's memorabilia, Great Ice cream, famous guests
60,000
30 | NR
South Jersey Cultural Alliance
1991
www.sjca.net
Cynthia Lambert
over 120 Attractions- visit www.sjca.net
60,000
32 | NR
Delsea Drive-In Theatre
2004
www.delseadrive-in.com
John A. DeLeonardis
New Jersey's Only Drive-In Movie Theatre
52,047
33 | NR
Bayshore Center at Bivalve
1988
www.ajmeerwald.org
Meghan E. Wren
A. J. Meerwald NJ's Tall Ship, Bayshore Center, Delaware Bay Museum and Folklife Center, Oyster Cracker Cafe
50,000
33 | NR
Rebounderz Edison
2012
rebounderzedison.com
Kenneth L. Yeglinski II
Indoor trampoline arena and family entertainment center
50,000
33 | 51
Wall Stadium Speedway
1950
www.wallspeedwayracing.com
Clifford Krause
Modified, Stock, Midget, Legend and 4 cylinder,demolition Derbymonster trucks, drifting
50,000
36 | NR
Sterling Hill Mining Museum
1991
www.sterlinghillminingmuseum.org
Richard P. Hauck, William Kroth
The museum offers a 30- minute presentation in the exhibit hall followed by a 90-minute mine tour
40,800
37 | NR
Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University
1966
www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu
Suzanne Delehanty
NA
40,558
38 | NR
Newark Bears Professional Baseball (Riverfront Stadium)
1931
www.newarkbears.com
Danielle Dronet, Luis Gouveia, Frank Giasone
1) BOYS & THEIR TOYS (Monday home games) Do you love all types of cars? Classic cars? Sports cars? Show cars? Come out to Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium for a Monday game this summer and enjoy both an action-filled baseball game and a car show featuring some of the hottest cars, motorcycles and more! 2)TAKE 2 TUESDAYS (Tuesday home games) Looking to see great baseball, but sick of over-priced tickets and food? Then Take 2 Tuesdays are perfect for you! 3)WISDOM WEDNESDAYS (Wednesday home games) Looking to bring children on a trip where they can have fun AND learn at the same time? Then gather your group and head to Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium for one of the Newark Bears’ Wisdom Wednesday games this season! Wisdom Wednesdays will feature: • Educational, informative and/ or empowering events for students, professionals, and more (please refer to our schedule online for specific attractions) • 50% off any suite rental (Food and beverage not included) 4)THROW DOWN THURSDAYS (Thursday home games) Wish you could enjoy a baseball game and a beer without putting a huge dent in your wallet? Throw Down Thursdays offer fans $1 BEER NIGHTS at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium in Newark! Come to any of the Newark Bears’ Thursday home games and enjoy a cold beer for just ONE DOLLAR. There will also be an all-you-can-eat-and-drink buffet during the early innings of each game, and special giveaways throughout the season on select Thursdays! 5) FANtastic Fridays (Friday home games) Nothing is better than weekend baseball! On FANtastic Fridays, bring the whole family to the stadium for a night of affordable fun, when as the Bears take on opponents like the Rockland Boulders, Quebec Capitales and Wichita Wing Nuts! ***The action will not just be on the field, either…*** Take part in an exciting auction, as Locker Wars gives you an opportunity to take home hidden treasures, just like on the popular television show, Storage Wars! 6)SIZZLING SATURDAYS Searching for something fun to do over the weekend? Head over to Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium (on select Saturdays) and enjoy SIZZLING SATURDAYS! Included in the price of admission are performances, mini-concerts, guest appearances, pre-game Fan Pitch N’ Catch, and BBQ’s…along with some great Newark Bears baseball, of course! -Performances -Mini concerts -Special appearances -Pre-game Fan Pitch N' Catch -BBQs 7)FUNDAY SUNDAYS Ready to close out your weekend with some great Newark Bears baseball along with tons of entertainment? Then Funday Sunday is the perfect answer. Head to Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium for a Sunday Bears game and enjoy: -Fireworks (night games only) -Kids 12 and under eat free -Run Bases -Fan Pitch N' Catch (day games) -Potential giveaways -20% of all store merchandise 8)BARK IN THE PARK Are you a baseball fan who also has a dog? We thought so! Grab your tickets for June 16 (Bears vs. Trois-Rivieres Aigles) and Aug. 11 (Bears vs. Quebec Les Capitales) and bring your pup with you, as the #NewarkBears host "Bark in the Park" at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium! 9)DIAMOND DIGS Want a shot a digging up a buried treasure? Head over to Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium for the Newark Bears special DIAMOND DIGS, where fans get a chance to find a real diamond somewhere on the field!!! 10) FIREWORKS NIGHTS One of the BEST fireworks shows in all of New Jersey, the Newark Bears Fireworks Nights makes its return for the 2013 season!!! The Bears have scheduled 10 games that will feature the fan-favorite post-game Fireworks Shows. And the fun kicks off onFriday, May 17 following the Bears home-opener against the Rockland Boulders at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium!!! Stick around after the game and enjoy an amazing fireworks display...right from your seat!!!
39,000
39 | NR
Monmouth Museum
1963
www.monmouthmuseum.org
Avis H. Anderson
The Monmouth Museum presents changing art, history and science exhibitions to educate and entertain while providing a destination for creative expression and life-long learning to the diverse community it serves.
35,000
39 | 40
Tucker's Island Lighthouse
2001
www.tuckertonseaport.org
Paul Hart
A re-creation of an Atlantic Ocean lighthouse that fell into the sea in 1927.
35,000
39 | 40
Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen's Museum
2000
www.tuckertonseaport.org
Paul Hart
Welcome to the Tuckerton Seaport, a working maritime village located along the Tuckerton Creek. This one-of-a-kind attraction, in the heart of historic Tuckerton NJ, brings the Jersey Shore£s maritime traditions of the past and present to life through people, exhibits and hands-on activities. Discover the Jersey Shore£s unique maritime heritage and the interaction between culture and nature on the Barnegat Bay. Experience the rich traditions of the Jersey Shore and its baymen through the Seaport£s recreated and historic buildings, demonstrations, interpretive exhibits, events and more. Decoy carvers, boat builders, basket makers and baymen entertain, educate and delight visitors of all ages. Catch the Spirit of the Bay and experience the Jersey Shore£s unique maritime heritage for yourself at the Tuckerton Seaport. Annual festivals, folk life classes, workshops, boat rides.
35,000
42 | NR
Absecon Lighthouse
1857
www.abseconlighthouse.org
Jean Muchanic
New Jersey's tallest lighthouse, The country's third tallest Lighthouse, 157 years old
26,940
43 | NR
Robert J. Novins Planetarium
1974
www.ocean.edu/campus/planetarium
Gloria A. Villalobos
Offers multimedia shows and space science using a new fiber-optic Zeiss star projector under a 40 foot dome, Digistar 4 full-dome video system, Audio Visual Imagineering full-dome laser system. Children's programs, adult programs, laser concerts and much more!
25,000
44 | NR
Lakota Wolf Preserve
1998
www.lakotawolf.com
Jim Stein
View wolves in a natural surrounding
20,000
44 | NR
Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center
1998
www.yogiberramuseum.org
NA
Permanent and rotating exhibits about baseball and Yankee history as well as Yogi Berra's storied career
20,000
46 | 49
InfoAge Science/History Center
1998
www.infoage.org
Fred Carl
WWII Historic site, Wireless and Radio Technology Museum, Shipwreck Museum, Vintage Computer Museum, Five buildings of exhibits on 37 acre site
17,000
46 | NR
Red Mill Museum Village
1963
www.theredmill.org
Eileen K. Morales
Historic Mill, 19th Century Quarry, Museum Exhibits, Family and adult programs
17,000
48 | NR
The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton College
1983
www.noyesmuseum.org
NA
NA
16,338
49 | NR
American Labor Museum
1983
www.labormuseum.net
Angelica M. Santomauro
a diversity of public programs on the heritage of the working people, sponsors outreach talks to schools, unions, and civic organizations, offering changing exhibits, monthly cultural events, free lending library, Saturday Labor Art Classes and tours.
15,000
50 | 70
Cape May Par 3 & Driving Range
2002
www.capemaypar3.com
Rick Jones
Par 3 golf, driving range, golf clinics, golf instruction, golf outings, golf camps
14,000
50 | NR
Liberty Hall Museum
2000
www.kean.edu/libertyhall
Bill Schroh
10 minute orientation film, museum shop, picnic area, firehouse, museum
14,000
52 | 55
East Lynne Theater Co.
1980
www.eastlynnetheater.org
Gayle Stahlhuth, Lee O'Connor
Mainstage Production Season in Cape May, Touring Shows throughout the Country, and Educational Outreach for all Ages.
10,000
52 | NR
Gloucester County Dream Park
NA
www.dreamparknj.com
Flossie Ale
Event facility that host various community events, as well as Horse Shows, Dog Shows and Festivals
10,000
52 | NR
River Belle & River Queen Dinner Boats
1987
www.weddingsnj.com
Tony Bogan
80-foot replica of a Mississippi River paddle wheel cruiser sails up the Manasquan River and Barnegat Bay daily. Luncheon, dinner, twilight and starlight excursions with DJ
10,000
52 | NR
USGA Museum & Arnold Palmer Center for Golf History
1936
www.usgamuseum.com
Robert Williams
Home to the world's premier collection of golf artifacts and memorabilia. The greatest champions and greatest moments in American golf history come to life through entertaining and engaging exhibits.
10,000
52 | 57
Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center
1995
www.njvvmf.org
Bill Linderman
provides a comprehensive history, from news photos and film footage to a collection of letters written to and from Garden State servicemen
10,000
57 | 57
Silver Bullet Speedboat
1994
www.silverbullettours.com
NA
Exciting speedboat and dolphin watch cruises
9,000
58 | 59
Historic Burlington County Prison Museum Association
1965
www.prisonmuseum.net
Janet L. Sozio
Prison Haunt every October and Battle of Iron Works Hill second Saturday in December
8,700
59 | 63
New Jersey Repertory Co.
1997
www.njrep.org
Gabor Barabas, SuzAnne Barabas, Jane E Huber, Adele Sammarco
Plays
7,320
60 | NR
Barsky Gallery
2011
www.barskygallery.com
Albert Barsky
Specializing in First-Time Art Buyers, services for Designers & Architects, Custom Art Commissions, Corporate Art Consulting, Framing & Installation, Art Staging & Leasing, Private Event Venue
6,000
61 | NR
Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey
1972
www.njahof.org
Shea Oakley
Aircraft Aviation Engines Artifacts Over 400 models Interactive- exhibits Annual air expo
5,900
62 | NR
Princeton Festival
2004
www.princetonfestival.org
Richard Tang Yuk
Opera: Wagner, The Flying Dutchman. June 22 and 30. McCarter Theatre, Princeton Dance: LustigDanceTheatre, June 8. McCarter Theatre, Princeton. World Music: Steelpan & Percussion. June 14, Clark Music Center, Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville NJ. A cappella vocal jazz: June 15. Clark Music Center, Lawrenceville NJ. Jazz: Bruce Barth Trio. June 9, Clark Music Center, Lawrenceville NJ. Organ recital: Matthew Middleton. June 23, Princeton University Chapel, Princeton. Medieval Music ensemble: Bernardus "Visions of Love throughout the medieval world" June 16, Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton. Piano recital: Gulsin Onay, June 21, Clark Music Center, Lawrenceville, NJ Choral concert: June 28, Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton. Chamber Music: Concordia Chamber Players. June 29, Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton
5,700
63 | NR
M.T. Burton Gallery
2000
www.mtburtongallery.com
NA
Fine art Clay studio Sculpture garden Receptions Antiques
5,000
63 | 65
Roebling Museum
2009
www.roeblingmuseum.org
John Seitter
Five exhibit galleries on the life and work of John A. Roebling, builder of the Brooklyn Bridge, his company and the company town of Roebling, NJ.
5,000
65 | 73
Lakeview Docks
1957
www.Lakeviewdocks.com
Claudia Alejandra Garcia
Boat Rentals, Jet-ski Rental, Kayaks rentals, Fishing on Pier, Power Boats Rentals, Bait & Tackle, Fishing Rods Rentals, Crabbing, and Crabbing equipment Sales & Rentals
4,500
66 | NR
Hancock House State Historic Site
1932
www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/historic/hancockhouse/hancockhouse-index.htm
Vince Bonica, Alicia Bjornson
1734 pattern brick house. Site of Rev. War massacre
4,172
67 | NR
African Art Museum of the S.M.A. Fathers
NA
www.smafathers.org
NA
Changing collections and loan exhibits of traditional arts and crafts of sub-Saharan Africa. Concerts, lectures, group tours.
4,000
68 | NR
Barnegat Light Historical Society Museum and the Edith Duff Gwinn Gardens
1954
www.bl-hs.org
Karen Larson
displays the original Fresnal lens that once graced the top of the Barnegat Lighthouse. It also has many photographs of Barnegat City (Barnegat Light) during the first half of the twentieth century
3,500
69 | NR
Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion
1978
www.ellarslie.org
Bob Sands Jr.
Exhibits, lectures, gallery talkes and concerts
2,300
70 | 73
Beach Haven Parasailing
1990
www.bhparasail.com
NA
NA
2,000
71 | 72
Clifton Arts Center & Sculpture Park
1998
www.cliftonnj.org
Roxanne Cammilleri
A triple treat awaits art, architecture, history and cultural appreciation enthusiasts at the Clifton Arts Center. There's art, sculpture and an eyeful of historic barns.
1,900
72 | NR
Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art
NA
www.aljira.org
Victor L. Davson Mr.
NA
1,559
73 | NR
Readington Museums
1997
readingtonmuseums.org
Kimberly Costa
Eversole-Hall House circa 1753, Wade-Wyckoff Barn, Cold Brook School
1,400
74 | NR
Snowmobile Barn Museum
1995
www.snowmobilebarn.com
Dan E. Klemm
The country's largest, private collection which traces over 95 years of snowmobiling history with a rare and magnificent collection of over 200 sleds and thousands of assorted collectible items such as toys, ornaments, jewelry, advertisements, and much more. The entire collection numbers over 400 unique sleds. Many of the sleds on display are one of a kind snow machines such as a wooden replica of a 1924 Eliason motorized toboggan, a 1951 12 person Bombardier B12, Play Cat and Ridge Runner which can be driven over the snow and in the water. Children will enjoy feeding the farm animals which include pygmy goats, sheep, a llama, emus, rabbits, guinea hens, chickens and "Frick" the duck.
1,200
75 | 77
Essex County Kip's Castle Park
NA
www.essexcountynj.org
NA
A magnificent 9,000 square foot mansion that replicates a medieval Norman castle. The estate spans eleven acres of land, resting in both Montclair and Verona, and provides spectacular views of New York City.
1,000
76 | 80
Phillipsburg Railroad Historians Museum
1990
www.prrh.org
Paul M Carpenito, Meg Carpenito, Steven Winter, Bill Marz, Glenn Terminelli, John Boner, Earle Brotzman
miniature train ride historic equipment on display museum, library and yard tours. gift shop
965
77 | 81
Tea 4 U LLC
2005
www.tea4u.com
Kirsten H. Kristensen
Historic house, The White House in Oakhurst
600
78 | NR
Hunterdon Ballooning Inc.
1984
www.hunterdonballooning.com
NA
NA
500
79 | 84
American Balloon LLC
1972
www.balloonride.net
Tom Oerman
Hot air balloon rides
415
80 | 85
North Wildwood Beach Writers' Conference
2003
www.nwbwc.com
Carolyn Miller
Speakers, Workshops, Manuscript Evaluations, Writing Contests, Free Headshots, Networking Cocktail Party, Atlantic Cape Community College CEUs, Book Bazaar
100
81 | NR
Skylands Ballooning
2010
www.skylandsballooning.com
NA
Hot Air Balloon rides
50
NR | NR
Memorial at Harbor View Park
NA
www.911monument.com
Christopher L. Patella
To the Struggle Against World Terrorism. Monument honors 9/11 victims and was a gift from Russian artist Zurab Tsereteli and the Russian people.
NA
 
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