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50 FREE Things To Do In New Jersey With Kids in May!

50 Free Things To Do In New Jersey With Kids This May That You & Your Kids Will Love!

Looking for things to do in New Jersey with kids that won’t bust your budget? Look no further – we’ve come up with FIFTY free things to do in New Jersey with kids this May that your kids – and you – will LOVE!… Read more...

Free Museums in Burlington County NJ

Free Museums in Burlington County NJ
Offer Budget-Friendly Fun

Looking for a budget-friendly day out in Burlington County NJ? Check out these free Burlington County museums where you can explore art, local history, nature, and more!

Note: Please keep in mind that these free Burlington County museums need your support. If you are able, please consider making a donation when you visit.
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Free Museums in Cape May County NJ

Free Museums in Cape May County NJ
Offer Budget-Friendly Fun

Looking for a budget-friendly day out in Cape May County NJ? Check out these free Cape May County museums where you can explore art, local history, nature, and more!

Note: Please keep in mind that these free Cape May County museums need your support.
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Free Museums in Cumberland County NJ

Free Museums in Cumberland County NJ
Offer Budget-Friendly Fun

Looking for a budget-friendly day out in Cumberland County NJ? Check out these free Cumberland County museums where you can explore art, local history, sports, aviation, nature, and more!

Note: Please keep in mind that these free Cumberland County museums need your support.
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Free Museums in Essex County NJ

Free Museums in Essex County NJ
Offer Budget-Friendly Fun

Looking for a budget-friendly day out in Essex County NJ? Free Essex County museums offer visitors the opportunity to explore art, local history, nature, and more! Learn more here!

Note: More free Essex County museums will be added to this listing soon (contact us to let us know about your favorites)!
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Free Museums in Bergen County NJ

Free Museums in Bergen County NJ
Offer Budget-Friendly Fun

Looking for a budget-friendly day out in Bergen County NJ? Check out these free Bergen County museums where you can explore art, local history, nature, and more!

Note: Please keep in mind that these free Bergen County museums need your support. If you are able, please consider making a donation when you visit.
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Top Five Things To Do In New Jersey This Week – November 14 – 20

Top New Jersey Events This Week Include Ballet, Comic Expo, & Living History Reenactments

This week’s top events in New Jersey include a spectacular ballet performance, the commemoration of a pivotal New Jersey event during the American Revolution, a thrilling acrobatic performance at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, and more!… Read more...

NJ Scarecrow Contests and Festivals to Enjoy this Fall

New Jersey Communities Celebrate Creativity With Fall Scarecrow Events

Celebrate fall in New Jersey by gathering your friends or family together to build a scarecrow at these NJ scarecrow contests and festivals!

NJ Scarecrow Contests and Festivals – 2016

3rd Annual Clayton Scarecrow Contest

Businesses, groups, families and individuals are invited to participate in the 3rd Annual Clayton Scarecrow Contest.… Read more...

Get Free Admission To New Jersey Museums On September 24th!

24 NJ Museums To Participate
in Smithsonian’s Free Museum Day

New Jersey has many fantastic inexpensive museums and, later this month, visiting these museums will be even more affordable as two dozen NJ museums participate in Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! Museum Day Live is a annual celebration (held on September 24th this year) offering free admission to New Jersey museums, as well as hundreds of other museums all over the US.… Read more...

Visit the Millville Army Air Field Museum – Things To Do In New Jersey

Millville NJ Aviation Museum
Preserves Local History

New Jersey is home to a number of excellent aviation museums and, while on one of our South Jersey road trips, my family and I recently had the opportunity to visit one of them – the Millville Army Air Field Museum.

The Millville Army Air Field was dedicated in 1941 as “America’s First Defense Airport.” Ten thousand men and women served here during World War II with 1,500 pilots receiving advanced gunnery training in P-47 Thunderbolt and P-40 Warhawk fighter planes.… Read more...