As we inch closer to warmer (and longer) days, now is the perfect time to get out and take in the beauty of South Jersey. Here are a few local spots worth taking a sweet selfie.


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    Cape May Zoo

    Free attraction known for it's wildlife and endangered species. Over 550 animals, representing rare and endangered species.

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    Historic Downtown Haddonfield

    In this South Jersey town, there is the legendary Hadrosaurus Foulkii site. This is one of the first intact dinosaur discoveries in the world. There is also a variety of shops in the area.

  • 3

    Palmer Square

    Located in the heart of vibrant, downtown Princeton. This area is big on shopping and dining, but is beautiful during this time of year.

  • 4

    Wheaton Village

    Located in Millville, this glass art museum has glass-blowing demonstrations, in addition to pottery throwing. There is a popular craft center where you can too make your own glass paperweight. Family orientated, and a fun place to explore and experience.

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    Walt Whitman House

    Historic building in Camden, which was the last residence of American poet Walt Whitman in the finals years before his death. In the town of Laurel Springs, you can find his summer home called the “Whitman Stafford House.” He even wrote about this spot in his works.

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    Flying Fish Brewery

    Located in Somerdale, this is the “largest of the small brewers” in New Jersey. Tours are conducted on an ongoing basis, where they are free. Beer samples are pay-as-you-go.

  • 7

    Adventure Aquarium

    This is located on the Camden Waterfront and features one-of-a-kind exhibits. There are more than 8,500 aquatic species throughout two million gallons of water.

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    Batsto Village

    Located in Hammonton. Slightly similar to Wheaton Village. It is a former bog iron and glass making industrial center. Now, it remains as a perfectly preserved historic landmark.

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    Holmdel Park

    Located in Holmdel. This is a combination of a park, farm, playground, as well as hiking trails. One of Monmouth County’s most popular locations for active recreation and nature appreciation.

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    Lucy the Elephant

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