Area Attractions

       Bridgeton, New Jersey and its neighboring towns are home to many fascinating places to visit. From peaches and antiques to glass-making, motorsports and theatre, there is something for everyone. Listed here are some of the area attractions to help you plan your visit to Cumberland County in Southern New Jersey.
The Cohanzick Zoo is located only minutes away in historical Bridgeton near the Cohansey River.  Respected as New Jersey's first zoo and named after local Lenape Indians, the Cohanzick Zoo offers many exciting attractions such as white tigers, monkeys and peacocks for families to enjoy.  For more information chick here
WheatonArts consists of the Museum of American Glass, a fully operational glass factory featuring contemporary glassblowing techniques, and Craft Studios where artists demonstrate traditional southern New Jersey style artwork.  WheatonArts provides a fun day for the family to learn more about the wonders of glassblowing and the history of the glass industry in New Jersey.  To find out more, please visit:
The Levoy Theatre Preservation Society is a not-for-profit organization committed to reviving and continued operation of Millville’s century old Levoy Theatre as a performing, screen arts and educational center serving Southern New Jersey and surrounding areas. Our mission is to meet and exceed the needs of an active and vibrant arts community through state-of-the-art technology, historic interpretation, culturally diverse programming and performing arts education for all ages and abilities.
The New Jersey Motorsports Park offers an experience like no other.  Visit two world class road courses (Thunderbolt and Lightning) and watch real drivers maneuver around forteen tricky turns and speed down the straightway.  Then experience the thrill of racing first-hand at the first class karting facility.  The New Jersey Motorsports Park is fun for the entire family.  To learn more, please visit:
The Delsea Drive-in, situated in Vineland, New Jersey, is the only drive-in located in the state.  It offers two giant screens featuring double-features for the low price of one admission. Enjoy good food and a night at the movies with your family.  To learn more, please visit: