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Summer months are always brisk, sometimes brusque, positively entertaining, incredibly lively and most certainly memorable! You'll be genuinely spoiled for choice with a calendar that is choked with events throughout the sunny months in Garden State. It's hard to complain about free live entertainment in scenic parks throughout NJ, food and wine tasting events, cultural festivals, new exhibits that local museums, fairs, a hot-air balloon festival and July 4th fireworks. You'll regret missing the fanfare if you're in town.
It's also the time of the year that parents and teachers organize field trips for their kids or students, taking their pick from a long list of top American tourist temptations like Adventure & Safari, Casino Pier & Breakwater Beach Waterpark, Crystal Springs Family Waterpark, Fantasy Island Amusement Park, Field Station: Dinosaur, The Funplex and many more! If it hits your fancy, you're encouraged to tour NJ's top breweries, lofty lighthouses, magnetic arboretums, and gardens, or you can take a trip to Adventure Aquarium, Jenkinson Aquarium, American Labor Museum, Liberty Science Center, or the Doo Wop Experience Museum. Poke around small neighborhoods and communities and they might spring a few pleasant surprises at you. You'll just never know what's around the corner, so, be adventurous.
1. The Princeton FestivalMcCarter Theater Center, Matthew Acting Studio, the Princeton Theological Seminary's Miller Chapel, the Princeton Abbey and The Lawrence School's Clark Music Center
91 University Pl, Princeton, NJ 08540
(609) 258-2787 / (609) 759-0379
Prized as one of the local's highest operatic achievements, The Princeton Festival is a 4-day event that has won over the hearts of the Jersey Arts Organization and The New York Times. Its highly-rated endeavors are always rave-worthy and easily bagged the People's Choice Award for past notable productions like Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, Handel's Ariodante, The Rake's Progress, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The premier performing arts festival offers eight different types of performing styles, having evolved from its more meager and conservative lineup of the past, and it boldly features both nationally renowned and aspiring artists in its productions today.
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