Although New Jersey is often overlooked in favor of its northern neighbor, New York, the Garden State offers a wide selection of attractions and activities. Visitors can enjoy the glittering lights and exciting casino games of Atlantic City, tour and hike through old Revolutionary War battlefields, or enjoy the beauty of New Jersey's rural rivers and farmlands. With so many different options, there's something for everyone in New Jersey.
- Emlen Physick Estate Grounds Cape May, NJ 8204 in CAPE MAY, NJ.
Mid-spring is the time for those that love antiques and crafts to head to Cape May and the grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate. Proceeds help the restoration of the estate. This Victorian mansion is the perfect setting for the items offered. Enjoy trolley, house, and "ghost" tours.
- Douglass College Campus New Brunswick, NJ 8901 in NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ.
The Douglass campus of Rutgers hosts this outdoor, April event. It is actually organized and promoted by Rutgers students. A juried craft show, live music, kid's activity area, and fine food are all to be experienced.
- Salem County Fairgrounds 735 Rte. 40, Harding Hwy Woodstown, NJ 08098 in WOODSTOWN, NJ.
The "Headless Horseman" arrives ignominiously to usher in the arrival of the Halloween and harvest season. This three-day October event features over a hundred artists, landscaping displays, seminars, and more. Check out the Little Miss Pumpkin Show. There's also the "Boo Barn" for kids.
- White Horse Inn Chatsworth, NJ 08019 in , NJ.
Every October, what has become the second-largest cranberry festival in the U.S. comes to Chatsworth. Proceeds help to restore the White Horse Inn. The festival celebrates the harvest; NJ is the third largest cranberry producer in the nation. 150+ exhibitors attend this two-day event as well.