Pay a Visit to Cumberland NJ on a Charter Bus in New Jersey - Part 11

If you are planning a trip to and around Cumberland via a charter bus in New Jersey, you can be assured a comfortable, convenient and hassle-free trip. You can hop from one place to another without having to worry about how to get there.

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During the past weeks, we have suggested the following sites that are worth visiting:

  • Appel Farms
  • Belleplain State Forest
  • Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum
  • Carlisle School of Glass Art
  • Cedar Creek Sporting Clays
  • Circle D Ranch & Park
  • Cohanzick Zoo
  • Delsea Drive-in
  • Dutchneck Village
  • East Point Lighthouse
  • George Woodruff Indian Museum
  • Glades Wildlife Refuge
  • Glasstown Arts District
  • Historic Bridgeton Walking Tour
  • Indian Trail Farm
  • Jellystone Park
  • Latona Golf Course
  • Legacy Lanes
  • Marlboro Farm Market and Garden Center
  • Mauricetown Historical Society
  • Milville Army Air Field Museum
  • Museum of American Glass
  • New Jersey Motorsports Park
  • Pembrook Farm
  • Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts
  • Schooner AJ Meerwald
  • Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center
  • Swansea Vineyards
  • Utopia Salon & Spa

But we still have more venues to recommend. So get a charter bus in New Jersey and get ready to visit more spots.

Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center

Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center (1501 Glasstown Road, Millville, (800) 998 4552, http://www.wheatonarts.org/) houses the Museum of American Glass, which we have suggested in an earlier installment. It is also the organization behind the Creative Glass Center of America, which awards fellowships to glass artists.

Visiting Wheaton Arts, you can visit artists in their studios and see them hard at work making the next glass, ceramic or wood masterpiece.

On top of this, you can also create your own glassworks. Create a paperweight for only $75 or your very own vase for only $135.

You can also visit the Center Grove Schoolhouse, a well preserved schoolhouse that looks the same as it did when it was built in 1876.

Cumberland Players

Cumberland Players (Little Theater, Sherman Ave. and the Boulevard, vineland, (856) 692 5626, http://www.cumberlandplayers.com/) brings you amateur thespians and theater lovers who are passionate about what they do. Spend a night watching some of the best undiscovered and up and coming actors who share with you their talents and love for theater. Over the years, they have staged such plays as The Importance of Being Earnest, Little Shop of Horrors, the Diary of Anne Frank, Steel Magnolias and Annie, among others.

Get a charter bus in New Jersey and enjoy Cumberland with friends and family!