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Visit the Holly City with a Bus Rental and Charter in Millville

Have a great time on a bus rental and charter in Millville, NJ

Part of Cumberland County, Millville is home to more than 28,000 people. It is a veritable arts destination with a lively arts scene. So get on a bus rental and charter in Millville, New Jersey and explore its many arts-related attractions.

A bus rental and charter in Millville, NJ is perfect for your tour.

Whether you are staying for a day or planning a weekend getaway, a bus rental and charter in Millville, NJ ensures that you have a lot of fun. Be sure to check out the city's great attractions!

Arts and culture. Be sure to explore Milville's rich arts and culture scene. There's the Glasstown Center Arts District. You could enjoy live entertainment at some of the best venues. You could also view the finest artworks at the area's best galleries. Many artists have also set up studios here and you could get your fill of great sculpture, installations, and paintings. You could further check out the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts, which features an art library, classroom, artists' studios and two art galleries. Meanwhile, you also have the Clay College gallery and ceramics studio.

Performance arts is alive in the district with the Levoy Theatre, where you can catch fine musical performances. Theater lovers would love the Off Broad Street Players, which puts up fine theater productions such as Les Miserables and Fiddler on the Roof. Get your kids together and watch comedy shows and magic acts, as well as performances by Cirque Ziva.

Elsewhere in Milville, there is also:

  • Millville Army Airfield Museum, where you could find the country's first defense airport as well as several aviation-related exhibits.
  • T.C. Wheaton Glass Factory has a glass studio too.
  • The Craft Studio features tinsmiths, ceramic makers and woodcarvers as they show off their skills.
  • Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, which draws around 80,000 visitors yearly. Here, you could find works of art that are made of glass. You can find the Museum of American Glass, glass blowing demonstrations, exhibits, performances and festivals here.

Shopping and dining. There are a lot of fine boutiques and antique shop in the Glasstown Center Arts District that you could try.

Milville also has several world-class restaurants, too. Eat at some of the local favorites, such as Jim's Lunch (Millville, NJ 08332), Saigon Vietnamese Asian Cuisine, Wildflower Earthly Vegan Fare, Andrea Trattoria Italiana, Winfield's Restaurant, Verna's Flight Line Restaurant, Runaway Chefs, Moe's Southwest Grill, China Wok, and the Millville Queen Diner.

Parks and outdoors. Milville operates several parks, including:

  • Corson Park, which has a dance floor, bandstand, playground, tennis court and walking path.
  • Fourth Street Park, which has some great play structures.
  • Fowser Road Boat Ramp, which has boat launches as well as wetlands.
  • Friendship Park, which has an elephant slide, swings, play structures and is fenced.
  • Gov Stokes Park.
  • Heroes Park.
  • Joe Buck Park, which features a boardwalk, monuments and gazebo. It is a great site for fishing and picnics.
  • Lakeside Complex has 15 acres that includes soccer fields, a skate park, picnic grounds, a playground and a hiking trail.
  • Riverview Park.
  • Sharp Street Park has a batting cage, fishing areas, ball fields and a playground.
  • Union Lake Park has courts for bocce, hockey, basketball, horseshoes and tennis. It also has a playground.
  • Waltman Park.

Further, you should also have some fun swimming, fishing or just relaxing at Union Lake. You can also go on a cruise on Maurice River with Maurice River Cruises.

New Jersey Motorsports Park. With more than 500 acres of space, the New Jersey Motorsports Park has two road courses that is at par with the best in the world. You could also go karting at F1 New Jersey here. Another sports venue you can visit here is the Holly City Family Center with its indoor swimming and exercise facilities.

History and landmarks. Milville offers you the chance to ride a replica of the CP Huntington train, which was in use during the 19th century. Or you could also visit its newest national historical landmark: the Wood Mansion, which was added only in December 2013. Another historic landmark here is the First Bank Building, which was built in 1857.

In addition, you can get on a bus rental and charter in Millville, New Jersey and explore the sites that the state has designated as a historical site. These are:

  • 322 East Broad Street
  • 618 Church Street
  • Baracha Dunn House
  • Foundryville Historic District
  • Millville and Glassboro Railroad Historic District
  • Millville Army Air Field Historic District
  • Millville Motor Vehicle Inspection Station
  • R.D. Wood School

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