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Great Places in South Jersey! (see contents of video)


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Experience South Jersey from your favorite armchair

Plan your South Jersey trip using the video "Great Places In South Jersey"

This narrated 44 minute DVD travel video looks at over 30 of South Jersey's unique attractions. Originally made for South Jersey AAA. Now available here:

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Contents:  Featured in the video "Great Places in South Jersey":
  1. Cowtown Rodeo: Saturday Night! Exciting action footage of wild broncs, bulls and riders, plus ladies' barrel racing
  2. Salem County Historical Society Museum and Historic Salem's Market Street:  local people in colonial dress, romantic gardens, the story of Colonel Holme's clock and the helpful neighbor-lady, the Museum, Salem's Historic Oak, the Hancock House
  3. Fort Mott: "Stealth fort" along the Delaware River
  4. Finns Point: Confederate graves in New Jersey soil
  5. Antiquing in Mullica Hill
  6. NJ State Aquarium at Camden: lots of fish, great view of Philadelphia
  7. Indian King Tavern: historic museum where NJ's Great Seal was designed
  8. Haddonfield's shops: commercial expression of an elegant lifestyle
  9. East Point Lighthouse: renovated beacon on the shores of the Delaware
  10. Delaware Bay wetlands: mecca for eco-tourism
  11. Fortescue: "Weakfish Capital of the World";  weakfish is a sea trout - this is all about fishing
  12. Delaware Bay Day: oyster-shucking contest, and the A.J. Meerwald, a restored oyster schooner you can board and sail
  13. Greenwich (pronounced GREEN-which): quaint town in which the Tea Burners' Monument stands as a testimonial to South Jersey's own version of the Boston Tea Party
  14. Wheaton Village: re-creation of a 19th century glass-manufacturing and crafts center; see glass-blowing demonstration, pottery throwing, stained glass cutting, and a train ride for the kids
  15. Millville Airport: site of an Army fighter training field, is revisited periodically by World War II airplanes and the pilots who flew them
  16. Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge: wild shorebird sanctuary within eyeshot of Atlantic City
  17. The Noyes Museum: contemporary American art, and a collection of carved wood decoys in a lovely setting
  18. Marine Mammal Stranding Museum: rescued seals are nursed back to health and released; lots of big, soulful eyes here!
  19. Atlantic City Race Course: it's now history. The last race ended in May, 1998. See the horses in action, learn a bit about the Starter's job and the Pony People.
  20. Lucy the Elephant: a 65-foot high wood and metal behemoth calmly surveys the Atlantic Ocean in Margate, and waits for you to see her!
  21. Hereford Inlet Lighthouse: working lighthouse, museum and giftshop in North Wildwood.
  22. Cape May Lighthouse: 199 steps to the top, and what do you see?
  23. Cape May Point State Park: great place for a nature walk, at the base of the Cape May Lighthouse
  24. Cape May: capital of Victorian gingerbread architecture and gracious living
  25. Emlen Physick Estate: quick look at how a person of quality lived at the turn of the century
  26. Cape May County Park & Zoo: this Zoo is the greatest! It's been recently expanded to over 80 acres; the animals have lots of room to roam, and so will you!
  27. Cape May Seashore Lines: historic Budd diesel cars ply the rails between the Cape May Zoo and Cold Spring
  28. Cape May-Lewes Ferry: you can take a 70-minute salt water "almost ocean" cruise and leave your cares behind.
  29. Leamings Run Gardens: walk a mile through 22 separate gardens, complete with log cabin and farm animals
  30. Sunset Beach: just west of Cape May, prospect for fabulous Cape May Diamonds, right on the beach, see the remains of the concrete ship Atlantus, and participate in the Evening Flag Ceremony
  31. Family Night in Ocean City: boardwalk and amusement rides in America's Family Resort

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