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Nominate Your NJ Heritage Tourism Site NOW!!!

July 31, 2009

There’s only a few days left to nominate your favorite site to our our “Best of New Jersey Heritage Tourism” contest.  You’ve got just A FEW MORE DAYS left to send in your submissions for a chance at a FREE WEEKEND VACATION PACKAGE IN CAPE MAY this November!

Planning a roadtrip this summer to a favorite Heritage site?  Send us your nomination for a chance to win a November weekend stay in Cape May.

Planning a roadtrip this summer to a favorite cultural heritage site? Send us your nomination for a chance to win a November weekend stay in Cape May.

Be sure to submit your nominations by noon on Monday, August 3rd.  From August 3rd through August 10th, we’ll run an online poll, asking the public to vote for the top pick of the submissions we’ve received.  The nominator of the site that collects the most votes will WIN A FREE WEEKEND IN NOVEMBER AT LEITH HALL, one of Cape May’s premiere historic inns, and a $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO CUCINA ROSA, rated one of the area’s best Italian restaurants!

Read on for a current list of our submissions.  Submit your favorite site now to info@preservationnj.org.  Also, don’t forget to check out our Twitter page for updates at www.twitter.com/preservationnj and visit us on Facebook.

Alice Paul Institute

Ann Whitall House, Red Bank National Battlefield Park

Ballantine House

Cadwalader Heights Park and neighborhood, Trenton

Cape May Fisherman’s memorial and Sunset Beach

Cape May Lighthouse

Cape May Zoo

Edison National Historic Site, West Orange

Emlen Physick House, Cape May

Ferry Slip Museum, Perth Amboy

Greenwich Village,  Greenwich

Haddie the Hadrosaurus in Haddonfield

Hancock House, Lower Alloways Township

Howell Living History Farm, Lambertville

Long Beach Island

Lucy the Elephant, Margate

Morristown National Historical Park

Mt. Pisgah AME Church, Salem

NJ State Museum, Trenton

Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center

Princeton University and Town

River Line Bed and Breakfast Inn, Riverton

Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms

Sunken Ship in Cape May

The Boardwalk in Spring Lake

The Garden State Parkway

The Old Barracks Museum, Trenton

The Newark Museum

Town of Lambertville, NJ

Three Fort Ferry, Fort Mott, Pennsville

Wheaton Village, Millville

Wildwoods-by -the-Sea

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. James Schure permalink
    July 31, 2009 6:10 pm

    Ocean City Music Pier and the boardwalk area.

  2. kelly permalink
    August 3, 2009 11:45 am

    Cadwalader Heights Park and Neighborhood, Trenton, NJ

    A fantastic house tour on Saturday, September 26th 12-5pm….Enjoy touring loved homes, meet a great community that gives back, visit a beautiful Olmsted park, city museum and church, and enjoy delicious tastings of dishes from local restaurants.

  3. August 3, 2009 4:17 pm

    The Cadwalader Heights neighborhood and the adjacent Cadwalader Park., both of which were layed-out/ designed by Frederick Law Olmsted,Sr.(Cadwalader is the only public park in the State of NJ designed by the senior Olmsted and retains much of the design intent).

    • Nancy Diehl permalink
      August 6, 2009 3:53 pm

      I agree that Cadwalader Park is a jewel and the Cadwalader Neighborhood is very special. I hope to see you at the house tour in September.

      After the House Tour, you should all make Perth Amboy’s Historic Walking Tour and the Ferry Slip Museum your next adventure.

  4. August 3, 2009 5:58 pm

    VOTE early and often for Cadwalader Heights! This is the ONLY neighborhood in New Jersey that was built according the Frederick Law Olmsted’s original plans, and is one of the few neighborhoods in the country that hold this distinction. Beautifully maintained homes, signature curvalinear streets, a wonderful history, and the best neighbors around make Cadwalader Heights a must -see destination…..AND YOU GET TO DO JUST THAT>>>>>>at our 19th Annual House Tour on September 26th, 2009!

    Thank you for nominating us – we’d love for everyone to see what makes out community so special!

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