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Millville, N.J. is located in Cumberland County, the heart of the Northeast corridor. Cumberland County is situated along the Delaware Bay and conveniently located just two hours from New York City and Baltimore and forty-five minutes from Philadelphia and Atlantic City. It is comprised of 3 cities (Millville, Vineland and Bridgeton), 10 Townships and 1 Borough.
We invite you to enjoy and experience a southern New Jersey town steeped in the history of American glass making while strolling through its downtown Arts District. You’ll find 19th century buildings and homes of rich architectural history. There is a focus on fine arts at the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts, a public gallery and education center. Private galleries dot the streetscape with an offering of original paintings, ceramics, glicees, mosaics, and more. Browse among speciality shops — unique gifts, antiques, books, hand-crafted fashions, candy — and indulge yourself with old fashioned personal service. You will find an excellent selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs for breakfast, lunch and dinner! The fare includes classic Americana diner-style food, Euro-California cuisine, great subs and pizza, pub fare, Sushi and Chinese, and fine dining in luxurious atmosphere. You’ll want to enjoy the wild and scenic Maurice River as you walk along the river walk or enjoy a picnic in the Captain Buck Riverfront Park. There is convenient parking located in the one block that separates the downtown and the river.
Wade Boulevard & Village Drive, Millville
WheatonArts is a national cultural treasure. Located on 65 wooded acres, WheatonArts is home to the Museum of American Glass, the Creative Glass Center of America International Fellowship Program, the largest folklife center in the Garden State, a hot glass studio, several traditional craft studios, five museum stores, a 13,000 sq. ft. event center and a beautiful pond-side picnic grove in a true Pineland Sanctuary! In addition to daily glass blowing and craft demonstrations, WheatonArts features special exhibitions, programs, workshops, performances and several weekend festivals throughout the year. WheatonArts offers an extraordinary level of personal interaction with professional artists in a warm and inviting environment.
Museum of American Glass is at Wheaton Village. More than 6,500 objects span the history of American glass from the early 1700s to contemporary works. Exhibits include one of the largest bottles in the world as well as pieces by the Durand, Sandwich, and Tiffany glass companies, and by glass artists Dale Chihuly and Paul Stankard.
1 Leddon St., Millville Municipal Airport
Dedicated by the U.S. War Department in 1941, the Millville Army Air Field was known as “America’s First Defense Airport.” Some 100,000 men and women served in Millville during World War II, including 1,500 fighter pilots. Exhibits include aviation artifacts and displays dedicated to the Tuskegee airmen, USO women and veterans of World Wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam.
100 Cumberland Mall, Vineland
The stores, styles, and selections you want are close and convenient! Visit over 80 specialty stores and eateries including Old Navy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, American Eagle Outfitters, GAP, Littman Jewelers, Saladworks, Bath & Body Works and Aeropostale.
Route 47 and Union Lake Crossing Boulevard, Millville
Includes major retailers such as Target, Kohl’s, Shop Rite, Staples and much more.
108 S 7th St, Vineland
The Society has material relating to Vineland and its surroundings, including items belonging to town founder Charles K. Landis and his family. The museum features locally crafted glassware, military memorabilia, a music room, old firefighting equipment, American Indian relics, and period furniture and clothing. Archives are available for genealogical research.
New Jersey Motorsports Park has proposed a Good Neighbor Policy to establish a working partnership with the local residents of Millville, New Jersey.
Members of NJMP leadership, in cooperation with the jointly represented Sound Committee have made the following changes to operating procedures:
– Changes to general start times
– Changes to end times
– Limitations on post-6:30pm events
– Modifications to the Public Address system
– The creation of a Sound Committee, to meet monthly, including members of Track Racket
New Jersey Motorsports Park has listened to the concerns and feedback from residents and investigated many options to be a GOOD NEIGHBOR. In addition to the above changes in operating procedures, we want to develop a high level of communication between the Park and members of the local community. We embrace this communication and encourage our neighbors to participate and attend activities at New Jersey Motorsports Park.
TRACK RENTAL PARTNERS: We strongly encourage you to participate in this policy with us, in respect to those who live around our facility.
Please know that en route to NJMP, you will pass through and by several neighboring communities. With these neighbors in mind, please limit any excess noise your vehicle may create on your way to the Park by traveling at a high rate of speed, engine revving, etc.
While at NJMP, please note that un-muffled engines must not be run before 8:30 a.m. or after 8:00 p.m. Similarly, normal track activities are not to begin prior to 9:00 a.m. or continue after 6:00 p.m.
No, Not That Jersey Shore. We’re Talking About the Beach!
New Jersey Motorsports Park and Millville, N.J. are conveniently located near many of the New Jersey Shore points, both in Atlantic and Cape May Counties, including Cape May, Wildwood, Stone Harbor, Avalon, Sea Isle City, Ocean City and Atlantic City.
Atlantic City is a nationally renowned resort city for gambling, shopping and fine dining. The city also served as the inspiration for the board game Monopoly. Atlantic City is considered the “Gambling Capital of the East Coast” and is second to Las Vegas in number of casinos, yearly gaming revenue and number of rooms. The Atlantic City Skyline has been transformed by construction of new casino hotels and condominiums. Atlantic City is also home to numerous shopping malls and districts.
The Atlantic City Boardwalk was one of the first boardwalks of its type in the United States, having opened on June 26, 1870. The Boardwalk starts at Absecon Inlet and runs along the beach for four miles (six kilometers) to the city limit. An additional one and one half miles (two kilometers) of the Boardwalk extend into Ventnor City. Casino/hotels front the boardwalk, as well as retail stores, restaurants, and amusements. Notable attractions include the Boardwalk Hall, House of Blues, the Steel Pier and the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum.
Home to the Miss America pageant, Atlantic City has been featured in numerous films and television series, most notably the setting of the HBO series Boardwalk Empire.
Ocean City is home to a boardwalk with several shops and amusement areas. Known as a family-oriented seaside resort, Ocean City has prohibited the sale of alcoholic beverages within its limits since its founding in 1879. Ocean City has miles of guarded beaches, a 2.5-mile boardwalk, and a downtown shopping and dining district. The Travel Channel rated Ocean City as the Best Family Beach of 2005. It was ranked the third best beach in New Jersey in the 2008 Top 10 Beaches Contest sponsored by the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium. In the 2009 Top 10 Beaches Contest, Ocean City ranked first.
The Wildwoods is used as a collective term for the four communities that have “Wildwood” as part of the municipality name — the Borough of Wildwood Crest, City of Wildwood, Borough of West Wildwood and the City of North Wildwood — together with Diamond Beach, a portion of Lower Township situated on the island. Its most notable features are its beach and 1.8 miles (2.9 km) boardwalk, home to the Morey’s Piers amusement complex and Raging Waters and Ocean Oasis waterparks owned by Morey’s Piers. The boardwalk features a trolley called the “Tramcar”, which runs from end to end.
The Wildwoods is home to over 200 motels, built during the Doo-Wop era of the 1950s and 1960s, in an area recognized by the state of New Jersey, known as the Wildwoods Shore Resort Historic District. The term doo-wop was coined by Cape May’s Mid-Atlantic Center For The Arts in the early 1990s to describe the unique, space-age architectural style, which is also referred to as the Googie or populuxe style. The motels are unique in appearance, with Vegas-like neon signs and fantastic architecture.
Cape May is at the southern tip of Cape May Peninsula in where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the country’s oldest vacation resort destinations. With a rich history, award-winning beaches, designation as a top birding location, and many Victorian structures, Cape May is a seaside resort drawing visitors from around the world. The Cape May – Lewes Ferry connects the town to Lewes, Delaware.