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.
- Name of location SOMERSET, NJ
This major arts and crafts mid-fall event attracts both nationally-known exhibitors and local, emerging artists. Over 250 exhibitors offer jewelry, furniture, pottery, sculpture, photography, glass creations, and more. It consistently makes the list of the "100 Best Classic and Contemporary Craft Shows" in America.
- Name of location , NJ
This springtime beer festival feature over six dozen craft breweries form all around the country. Thousands of beer-tasters swarm the Convention Center to try out the latest sudsy creations. Live music and food add to the festivities.
- Name of location LAMBERTVILLE, NJ
This springtime event celebrates the area's arts community, the activities afforded by the Delaware River, and the ubiquitous river fish, the shad. The festival is now a nationally-recognized, juried arts event. Don't miss the rubber duck races.
- Name of location 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.