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- The venue is beautiful and inviting. We attended many plays, concerts and events here. This time it was the International Jewish Film Festival.
The seats are comfortable and visibility good from every angle.
Some shows come as an optional "dinner and show" deal including the dinner at the next door Andrea Tratoria Italiana.
The Winfields restaurant is also popular among the theater goers. You can make it a great evening when attending a show at the beautifully restored and renovated Levoy.Written November 26, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Spent a great Saturday afternoon with my dad and husband at Wheaton Arts. We had tons of fun wandering the campus and watching the glassblowing and pottery demonstrations. This was a first visit for all of us and we'd definitely return. The Museum of American Glass has a lot of beautiful pieces spanning five decades. I'm a huge glass art fan so I enjoyed it a lot. The gift shop was filled with treasures made by glassmakers and potters around the U.S. I found a gorgeous, lavender Jeri Warhaftig borosilicate glass necklace. And I got my husband a creepy but cute eyeball/teeth shot glass from Mazet studios. There's even a nature trail that we didn't walk all the way on but was very nice. Wheaton Arts has a little bit of everything. We had a great time!Written October 16, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Saw the sign for this preserve and drove in. What a great area from the beginning as we drive in among the forest. Then the trail through the woods and the lovely view of the river. There are a few trail options and all are marked very well. We will go back if traveling in this area again!Written August 7, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a great museum to learn about aviation and training for WWII pilots and crew. There are many great exhibits and plenty of items in the gift shop for kids and adults. The museum is free, but leave a generous donation to help them thrive!
Nearby is the downtown area which includes the Glasstown Arts District - galleries, theatre, shops, ceramics college, and beautiful river and walk.Written February 15, 2022
- Perfect rating, 5 stars for all those that have came and went. 2002-2019. It was a great run. Met some fantastic people along the way, hard business thank you for almost 20 years. Unfortunately the track took over and “duped” the club out of its ownership. Remember this is your life and your safety. Look very carefully into what where you invest your time money and life into. Ride safe you all. Thank you! Permanently Closed.Written July 28, 2019
- My 18 yo son and I had a blast trying Sporting Clays for the first time at Cedar Creek. Gary was a friendly and knowledgeable instructor. The clays were operated by us electronically and was easy to use. Each station had cool variety amongst big trees. The shade was nice on our hot day. We had some success but we can’t wait to come back and improve. It was surprisingly addictive. I’m looking for my first shotgun now.Written July 19, 2020
- Once Blue Diamond closed in Delaware which was only 30 minute from home, we needed to find a new place.We have visited Field of Dreams many times . The grounds are well maintained and are constantly improving ! The three track are GREAT, and the way they rotate the riders allows all riders a chance to try all the tracks .one of the nice new features is the bike cleaning area with a pressure washer to clean your bike before loading it up to take home .We live one hour from the track and it is well worth the ride .The coat is reasonable ,and if you become a member it is even more cost efficient . The only thing I found odd was they charge a spectators fee of $5.00 for the spectator and the rider.Written January 30, 2017
- We learnt about this interesting place while looking for new hiking trails in South Jersey.
Ruins of Fries Mill are hidden in Manumuskin River Preserve in the Pine Barrens of Southern NJ. It actually took us some time to find the ruins of this ghost town - old saw mill and grist mill, furnace and other buildings. To get there we hiked extensively initially along the railroad, then into the forest following the trail, along the river and to the lake.The whole area is very interesting including forest and bodies of water. Nice for nature lovers.
The real fun is getting to the area of actual ruins. They are slightly camouflaged by the bushes and trees but the whole process of "discovery" gives you a bit of positive thrill. Great for urban explorers as well.
Good place to park is along Port Elizabeth-Cumberland Road 646 close to where old railroad is perpendicular to it and crosses it. While hiking you will get to admire a lot of wildlife.
Fries Mill Ruins are a nice destination for a day hike. Pack your lunch and enjoy it by the lake.Written January 9, 2019
- We participated in a private event at the Cedar Rose Winery and it happened to be my first encounter with this interesting new venue. I was quite impressed with the beautiful vineyard, nice buildings and smartly designed winery, general positive attitude of the staff and quality of wine.I liked the 2017 Silica dry white wine and 2016 Thundergast. Very recommended relatively new New Jersey winery.Written September 12, 2019
- This network of some of our favorite hiking and biking trails is set in the beautiful nature preserve on tidal Maurice river. There is a designated parking in front of the access gate and the information booth with trail maps and instructions. There is no entrance fee. The trails are fairly well marked but some areas are closed January 1 till July 31 for the protection of nesting eagles and other birds. River Overlook is a lovely and picturesque place. There are many spectacular photo opportunities in the Peek Preserve and it is one of the favorite South Jersey bird watching areas especially for Bald Eagles. The boardwalk that extends over the wetlands allows for observation of wild rice marshes and their habitats. This is a must-see attraction for all the nature lovers.Written March 21, 2018
- Great homemade moonshine, wonderful flavors but applepie is my favorite, only thing I would change is they need to make the proof alot higher! 40 proof isn’t even close to real moonshineWritten May 18, 2018
- Bought a deal from Groupon for a tasting. Went on a date with the hubby and enjoyed our Saturday afternoon with Lorre (the owner) who served us our wine and explaining each one and also talked to us about her family history and why the Winery is called Southwind. Her assistant Deb was super sweet as well (saw her a few weeks later at the Washington Lake Park Wine Festival). I am not a fan of dry wines but my husband is. I did love their sangria though!!!! The cheese bread was also delicious and had some really good, local honey in it.
Loved walking around the winery; beautiful horses and relaxing walk. Bummer we can't ride the horses - that would've made our date a complete perfection.Written July 17, 2017
- I had a chance to walk around the Glasstown Arts District of Millville and can tell a lot is developing in this small town. The Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts is more of a large gallery space that sells the work of smaller artists and displays their art work with the utmost care. I loved the work of the handmade stuffed animals and Christmas ornaments that were displayed by the windows. The nice part is that the prices are not very expensive. A nice place to visit when you are in town.Written January 6, 2018
- This beautiful church continues the traditions of the oldest Catholic parish in Cumberland County in South Jersey. It is located not far from the center of Millville's Arts District and can be incorporated in a nice city walk. The main entrance to the church itself is from Buck street but other Parish buildings face Dock street where there is the entrance to the main parking lot. There are two smaller parking lots on Buck street as well; park there if you come just to visit the church.
In the immediate surroundings of the church you will see several interesting statues and a tall crucifix. There is also a large Loretto style grotto between parking lot and rectory building and religious center, former convent. Parallel to the church is the late 19th 3 story historical church/school building.
St Mary Magdalen's is known for periodic organ concerts featuring classical and religious music. The high quality organ was brought in from an old demolished Camden house of worship.The church is known for its beautiful stained glass windows, interesting stations of cross, distinctive statues and religious murals especially on both sides of the altar.
Currently the Saint Mary Magdalen's church is a part of the Parish of All Saints.Written November 3, 2019
- Mount Pleasant Cemetery is an infused with history most interesting local cemetery.
We participated in a two-hour walking tour organized by Millville Historical Society, probably the best way to explore this cemetery. Many locally famous people found their resting place here. Coming to Millville you will hear about the Wheaton family, possibly visit Wheaton Arts and Glass Museum. To see the Wheaton family plot you have to come here. That includes the grave of Dr. T.C. Wheaton, who back in 1888 founded in Millville the Weaton glass company which at some point grew to be the largest family own firm in US as well as Frank Hayes Wheaton Jr., who served for three decades as head of Wheaton Industries.
One of the main attractions of this cemetery is the mausoleum of Edward Casper Stokes (1860-1942) former governor of the state of New Jersey.
Many members of famous South Jersey families are buried there.
One of the cemetery sections holds the resting places of many local civil war veterans and appropriate monument.There is also another veterans' quarter of the Mount Pleasant with the resting places of the First and Second World War fighters and Vietnam veterans.
This historic cemetery hosts some distinctive,beautiful and at times unusual memorials, tombs, mausoleums and obelisks.Written October 26, 2019
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