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Places To Go
Atlantic City NJ
Check out everything Atlantic City has to offer from casinos to beaches, and now at The Walk, some of the best shopping in New Jersey! High speed line train from Philadelphia 30th Street Station runs throughout the day.
Take a step back into time and visit a historical village in the Pinelands.
Brigantine Marine Mammal Stranding Center
Visit the various marine mamals that have been resecued and rehabiliating at the center
Small community with interesting history and something for everyone to do. Only 45 minutes from campus, bustling with shops, galleries and restaurants all year around, and the largest community of "painted lady" Victorian homes outside of San Fransisco, many of which are restored as lovely and gracious Bed & Breakfasts.
Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
Miles of unspoiled marshes and meadows, nature walks, a birder's dream location, all only 10 minutes from campus.
New York City
The City that never sleeps! Daily buses from Atlantic City, and train service starting February 2009.
Ocean City, NJ
Small town great beaches for swimming, surfing, and so much more. Even in the quiet season, Ocean City has open shops and restaurants, and, of course, the famous OC Boardwalk never closes!
The city of brotherly love, less than one hour away and easily accessible by high speed line train.
Towne of Historic Smithville, Smithville
Restored 18th century village. Over 60 shops and restaurants, including the lovely Colonial Inn, a beautifully restored, affordable Bed & Breakfast, all within 10 minutes of campus.
Home of the American Glass Museum, located in Millville, only 30 minutes from Stockton College. While you're in Millville, wander through the Center City Arts district and enjoy the galleries of beautiful works by local artisans.
Things to DO
Adventure Aquarium 1-800 616-JAWS
Great for everyone lots to see and do!
Atlantic City Aquarium, Atlantic City (609) 348-2880
In historic Gardner's Basin. Eight aquarium tanks with everything from beautiful tropical fish to live coral to sharks. Interactive activities and exhibits.
Atlantic City Cruises
Fun for the whole family. Great dolphin watching cruises.
Atlantic City Surf Professional Baseball (609) 344-8873
Professional minor-league baseball at Sandcastle Stadium.
Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Oceanville (609) 652-1665
Auto and walking trails. Miles of unspoiled marshes and meadows, nature walks, a birder's dream location, all only 10 minutes from campus.
Lucy the Elephant, Margate (609) 823-6473
Take a fascinating tour of a 65-foot tall elephant.
Noyes Museum, Ocean Ville (609) 652-8848
Rotating exhibits, permanent collection of contemporary American art and folk art.
Check out the zoo for a fun filled day
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Atlantic City (609) 347-2001
Quirky exhibits – fun for everyone!
Interest Survey Links
Whale / Dolphin Watching
Cape May whale watch and dolphin watching aboard the 110 foot Cape May Whale Watcher.
At one of the three Cape May locations
Tour through Cape May
Victorian Cape May trip
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