Whitesbog Village, the birthplace of the highbush blueberry, is a historic center that looks to educate visitors on the blueberry and cranberry culture in the United States. Visitors to this Southern NJ cultural attraction will learn about the natural environment, the history of Whitesbog and, most importantly, agricultural history of NJ.
Education on the agricultural views of the NJ Pinelands are conducted through tours, programs and even events. Whether you are visiting this cultural landmark because you are uncertain of what an agricultural culture is, or you are visiting because you want to learn more about the NJ Pinelands, you will expand your knowledge and leave with a better understanding of why New Jersey is called The Garden State. This cultural landmark also offers various scheduled programs to their visitors. You are invited to take part in historical tours, lectures conducted by experts in the industry, festivals and so much more! There is fun for the whole family in Whitesbog Village.