Pay a Visit to Cumberland NJ on a Charter Bus in New Jersey - Part 7

Cumberland is just a beautiful place to visit all year round, so be sure to get a charter bus in New Jersey to make the vacation even more special.

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For the past weeks, we have recommended the following places in Cumberland, NJ.

  • Appel Farms
  • Belleplain State Forest
  • Carlisle School of Glass Art
  • Cedar Creek Sporting Clays
  • Cohanzick Zoo
  • Delsea Drive-in
  • East Point Lighthouse
  • George Woodruff Indian Museum
  • Glasstown Arts District
  • Indian Trail Farm
  • 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
  • Swansea Vineyards
  • Utopia Salon & Spa

Remember, to visit as many of these places, you would need to have a charter bus in New Jersey. This would also ensure a fun, safe and fast travel for you and for every one in your group. Here are some more places you could visit:

Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center

Seabrook Educational and Cultural Center (1325 New Jersey 77, Bridgeton, (856) 451 8393, http://www.seabrookeducation.org/) is a museum that showcases the history of Seabrook. Seabrook is a small town and you cannot find it on some maps of the state. The SECC, however, wants visitors to get to know the village's history and its heritage. They have exhibits that feature the Seabrook Farms Company, community life, and the people of the town.

Pembrook Farm

Pembrook Farm (1722 Route 47, Eldora, (609) 861 5066, http://www.pembrookfarm.com/) is where you could have fun with the whole family learning how to ride a horse. Pembrook Farm has a riding camp to teach both beginners and advanced horseback riding skills that lasts for a week. If you are only in town for a day, you can still catch the horse shows that they hold several times a year.

Call Bus Rental NJ for a charter bus in New Jersey that you can use for your trip to Cumberland!