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Explore the City on a Bus Rental in Camden, New Jersey

See the sights with a bus rental in Camden, New Jersey!

Camden, New Jersey

Camden is a city of more than 77,000 people and is the county seat for its namesake county. It is one of the most populous cities in the country. Check out what makes it an outstanding destination for vacationers on a bus rental in Camden, New Jersey.

A 24-passenger mini bus rental in Camden, New Jersey is perfect for your day trip.

You can go into the city on a day trip onboard a 24-passenger mini bus rental in Camden. You can easily fit a small group of travelers on a mini bus and see the many sights and sounds of Camden. Visit the following attractions:

Arts & Cultural

Camden has a lot of attractions where you can appreciate arts and culture. Go on the Third Thursday Camden Art Crawl and go around the Cooper Grant area and enjoy the great architecture, the restaurants and the great artworks!

Music and visual arts. Check out the art exhibits at the Stedman Gallery, located in the Rutgers Camden Center for the Arts. Then catch the Symphony in C in concert, and get one of the best symphony orchestra experiences you could have. The orchestra is directed by Rossen Milanov, who is a noted conductor. Also, why not check out the Garden State Youth Pops Orchestra as they perform all over the Garden State?

Theater. You should catch a production put together by the South Camden Theatre Company (Camden, NJ 08104), which is a professional theater group that produces original plays as well as adaptations of classic productions.

Camden, Benjamin Franklin Bridge

Venues. There are music concerts, Broadway shows and family fun at the Susquehanna Bank Center (Camden, NJ 08102), which is an amphitheater that accommodates more 25,000 people. Enjoy great music while taking in the amazing views of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and the Philadelphia skyline. Another good way to enjoy the arts and the outdoors is by going to the Wiggins Waterfront Park, where you get outdoor concerts and a great view of the river.

Or you could see what's happening at the Walt Whitman Arts Center, where you could see great art exhibits, literary shows and theater performances. Plus you could catch some of the best theater shows at the Gordon Theater, located inside the Rutgers - Camden Center For The Arts.

Restaurants & Shopping

Consider joining Food Truck Fridays, wherein you could sample the best food truck fare. But if you want to sample the area's best restaurants, here are some of the local favorites:

  • Black Eyed Susan's Breakfast and Lunch
  • Corinne's Place
  • Donkey's Place
  • El Taco Loco (Camden, NJ 08100)
  • Freddy Restaurant
  • Friends CafĂ©
  • Old San Juan Restaurant
  • San Lucas Mexican Restaurant
  • Shirley's Brass Rail
  • Thuy Tien (Camden, NJ 08105)

Shopping in Camden will take you to Barclay Shopping Center and Hecht's Deptford Mall, as well as some local shops that sell great items such as La Unique African American Book Store.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Camden, Historical Sites & Landmarks

Check out the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial. Battleship New Jersey is the most decorated in the entire history of the United States Navy and is now housing a floating museum. Learn more about the ship and its history when you visit.

You could also visit the Walt Whitman House, where the famous poet lived. The home is now a historic site and a National Historic Landmark.

Camden County Historical Society allows the public to tour Pomona Hall, the historic home of the city's founding family and which now serves as the society's research library.

You could also go to the Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum, which is a fairly recently opened cultural and educational center that presents several exhibits telling you about the region's maritime past, as well as boating programs for kids. Learn more about the shipbuilding communities in Camden, maritime explorations, and boating.

What's more, you can get on a bus rental in Camden and visit the many places that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places:

  • S. Woodruff and Law Buildings
  • American National Bank
  • Barnegat (lightship)
  • Broadway Trust Company
  • Building 17, RCA Victor Company, Camden Plant
  • Building at 525 Cooper Street
  • Camden Fire Insurance Association
  • Camden Free Public Library Main Building
  • Camden Safe Deposit & Trust Company
  • Central Trust Company
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception
  • Cooper Grant Historic District
  • Cooper Library in Johnson Park
  • Cooper Street Historic District
  • Dr. Henry Genet Taylor House and Office
  • East End Trust Company
  • Edward Sharp House
  • Fairview District
  • Federal Building and Courthouse
  • Finance Building
  • First Camden National Bank & Trust
  • George Whitman House
  • Inter-County Mortgage and Finance Company
  • James M. Downey Building
  • Joseph Cooper House
  • Macedonia African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Marcouse Building
  • National State Bank
  • New Jersey Safe Deposit and Trust Company
  • Newton Friends' Meetinghouse
  • Sears, Roebuck and Company Retail Department Store-Camden
  • Smith-Austermuhl Insurance Company
  • South Camden Historic District
  • South Camden Trust Company
  • South Jersey Gas, Electric and Traction Company Office Building
  • St. Joseph Polish Catholic Church
  • USS New Jersey (BB-62)
  • Victory Trust Company
  • Volney G. Bennett Lumber Company
  • Walt Whitman Neighborhood
  • Wilson Building

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Visit the Camden Children's Garden, where you could explore more than 4 acres of gardens and exhibits, such as the Dinosaur Garden, the Giant Picnic garden, Red Oak Run, Cityscape Garden and Storybook Gardens, among others. There is also a butterfly sanctuary here, along with the Benjamin Franklin Workshop. You can even get on a carousel and go on a train ride.

When it comes to the outdoors nothing beats going to the Camden GreenWay, a series of biking and hiking trails that connects the city, South Jersey and Philadelphia. You can get to Cooper River Park Trail, Schuylkill River Trail, Newton Creek and the Delaware River. You could also go to Campbell Field and catch a Camden Riversharks game.

Lastly, you simply must visit the Fountain Park, where you could have a quiet time under the umbrellas, while your kids play.

Zoos & Aquariums

The Adventure Aquarium (Camden, NJ 08103) gives you close to 200,000 square feet of animals, including semi-aquatic, aquatic and wildlife. See the Atlantic sea life at the South building, the West African river Experience and the Jules Verne Gallery at the North Building. You can touch some of the animals here. you should also see the shark exhibit where you could see the rare hammerhead shark. You can also feed the stingrays at the Stingray Beach Club.

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