All Explore NJ in Cumberland County


A Unique Location!

Don't take your home in Cumberland County, NJ for granted. It's a unique place home to many diverse environments, each with their own token attractions. Dedicate your weekend to getting to know the area by exploring all the in's and out's. You'll run into wildlife, plants, and attractions you didn't even know existed!

Cohanzick Zoo

  856-453-1658 | Cumberland County

Free Attractions in NJ

Located on about 15 acres of land, the Cohanzick Zoo was the first zoo ever opened in New Jersey. They house a variety of different animals such as red foxes, peacocks, a black bear, a porcupine, white tiger and a wallaby! A cool thing that kids will love to see is the feeding of the tiger, an event that occurs every day at 2 pm.... Read More

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East Point Lighthouse

  902-357-2106 | Cumberland County

Lighthouses in NJ

Although numerous lighthouses once stood along the edge of the Delaware Bay, East Point is the last one remaining on the Jersey side. In fact, it is the second oldest lighthouse standing in New Jersey (only the Sandy Hook Lighthouse of 1764 is older). The lantern room offers a panoramic view of the surrounding land and water and is... Read More

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Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum

  856-451-7300 | Cumberland County

Free Attractions in NJ

The Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum is a free attraction in Southern NJ and houses tons of mesmerizing memorabilia native to the region. You are always welcome to come and visit their array of awesome exhibits with a little bit of everything. At this museum you can find photos and equipment, scrapbooks and even a trophy... Read More

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Cohanzick Zoo

 856-453-1658 | Cumberland County

Free Attractions in NJ

Bridgeton, New Jersey

Located on about 15 acres of land, the Cohanzick Zoo was the first zoo ever opened in New Jersey. They house a variety of different animals such as red foxes, peacocks, a black bear, a porcupine, white tiger and a wallaby! A cool thing that kids will love to see is the feeding of the tiger, an event that occurs every day at 2 pm.... Read More

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East Point Lighthouse

 902-357-2106 | Cumberland County

Lighthouses in NJ

Heislerville, New Jersey

Although numerous lighthouses once stood along the edge of the Delaware Bay, East Point is the last one remaining on the Jersey side. In fact, it is the second oldest lighthouse standing in New Jersey (only the Sandy Hook Lighthouse of 1764 is older). The lantern room offers a panoramic view of the surrounding land and water and is... Read More

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Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum

 856-451-7300 | Cumberland County

Free Attractions in NJ

Bridgeton, New Jersey

The Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum is a free attraction in Southern NJ and houses tons of mesmerizing memorabilia native to the region. You are always welcome to come and visit their array of awesome exhibits with a little bit of everything. At this museum you can find photos and equipment, scrapbooks and even a trophy... Read More

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