All That Dance Studio

 856-451-2233 | Cumberland County

Ballet Classes in NJ

Bridgeton, New Jersey

All That Dance Studio offers a holistic approach to dance. They recognize that each child becomes a dancer for different reasons, and that each child is special. Their compassionate instructors encourage dancers to discover dance their own way in a nurturing environment. All That Dance Studio accepts dancers of all sizes, races,... Read More

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New Jersey's First Ever Zoo

The Cohanzick Zoo began in 1934 as New Jersey's first ever zoo! While they are a smaller zoo, spanning across only 15 acres, they do have 45 species from all over the world to view and learn about. This is also a free zoo!

Cohanzick Zoo

 856-455-3230 | Cumberland County

Zoos in NJ

Bridgeton, New Jersey

In 1934, the City found itself in possession of a small herd of deer which the citizens thought should be exhibited. With this, the Cohanzick Zoo - the first zoo in New Jersey - began. The zoo was named for the band of Lenape Indians who resided in Bridgeton alongside the river. Join the Cohanzick Zoological... 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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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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All That Dance Studio

 856-451-2233 | Cumberland County

Ballet Classes in NJ

Bridgeton, New Jersey

All That Dance Studio offers a holistic approach to dance. They recognize that each child becomes a dancer for different reasons, and that each child is special. Their compassionate instructors encourage dancers to discover dance their own way in a nurturing environment. All That Dance Studio accepts dancers of all sizes, races,... Read More

Visit Website View Details

New Jersey's First Ever Zoo

The Cohanzick Zoo began in 1934 as New Jersey's first ever zoo! While they are a smaller zoo, spanning across only 15 acres, they do have 45 species from all over the world to view and learn about. This is also a free zoo!

Cohanzick Zoo

 856-455-3230 | Cumberland County

Zoos in NJ

Bridgeton, New Jersey

In 1934, the City found itself in possession of a small herd of deer which the citizens thought should be exhibited. With this, the Cohanzick Zoo - the first zoo in New Jersey - began. The zoo was named for the band of Lenape Indians who resided in Bridgeton alongside the river. Join the Cohanzick Zoological... Read More

Visit Website View Details

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

Visit Website View Details

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

Visit Website View Details