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Vineland:- Interesting 7 Sights of Vineland, NJ

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Vineland was created on July 1, 1952 by the merger of Vineland Borough and Landis Township. This merger was based on the results from a referendum held February 5, 1952.There were festivities that included speeches by Senator Estes Kefauver and a parade. The name derives from the founder’s plans to cultivate grapes on the land.

Vineland was designated a temperance community where alcohol sales were prohibited. Landis demanded that land buyers in Vineland construct a house within one year of purchase. He also required that 2+1/2 acres (100.000 m ) be cleared of trees each year and sufficient space be allowed between houses and roads for shade trees and flowers to be planted along the streets. Landis Avenue is a 100-foot (30-m) wide road that runs east-west through the middle of the community. It measures approximately 1 mile (2 km) in length.

Landis Theater

Landis Theatre-Mori Brothers Building is located in Vineland, Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States. The building was built in 1937 and its first movie was Hats Off. The theater serviced the USO during World War II, and the auditorium was twinned in 1980

Website:https://www.thelandistheater.com/
Phone:+1 856-691-3600

The Palace of Depression

The Palace of Depression

The Palace of Depression, a historical landmark property, is currently under complete restoration by Kevin J. Kirchner’s Palace of Depression Restoration Association. George Daynor built the original Palace in 1929. It was opened to the public on Christmas Day 1932. The original Palace was visited by more than 250,000 people and remained a Vineland landmark up until the 1960’s. Daynor, an old man, died in 1964. The original Palace was abandoned and it was looted and destroyed by vandals. The City of Vineland purchased the property and the original Palace was demolished in 1969.

Anthony Campanella Park

Great place for an easy 1 mile hike around the lake! Bring your pups for a walk, bring a frisbee or your picnic lunch.

Anthony Campanella Park

The Vineland Flea Market

The Vineland Flea Market

For over 30 years, the Vineland Flea market has been a fixture in South Jersey’s Cumberland County Community. Many businesses have been established and thrived here. For over 20 years, we have provided a safe and welcoming environment for all to enjoy.

Website:-https://thevinelandfleamarket.com/
Phone:-+1 856-362-5393

Applebee’s Grill + Bar

Applebee’s Grill + Bar

Full-service chain bar & grill providing hearty American eats in an informal setting.

Website:https://restaurants.applebees.com/en-us/nj/vineland/3849-south-delsea-drive-93095/takeout
Phone:+1 856-825-3435

Delsea Drive-In Theatre

Delsea Drive-In Theatre

Long-standing, 2-screen drive-in movie theater offering first-run features & broad concession menus.

Delsea Drive-In opened in 1949. It was closed in 1987 and reopened in 2004. It is New Jersey’s only drive in movie theatre. It is located less than an hour from Atlantic City, Philadelphia and Delaware. The Delsea Drive-In combines the nostalgic feel of a drive-in cinema with modern technology and healthier food options to provide affordable family entertainment for all ages. Over the last few decades, the number of drive-ins dropped from more than 4000 to just over 400. This is due to rising real estate values and increasing popularity of fast food. The concession stand covers the operating costs of the drive-in. You can create memories of drive-in moments for your grandchildren and your family by creating your own experiences at drive-ins.

Website:https://www.delseadrive-in.com/
Phone:+1 856-696-0011

Willow Oak Natural Area

Willow Oak Natural Area

It is a quite large forest area with a network of trails, a lake and bird island. It includes also open field habitat with wild olives.

Wandering around the Willow Oak Natural Area will leave behind breadcrumbs. It is a maze of grassy paths that wind through successional woodland. This area is maintained by the Vineland Environmental Commission, presumably for bird lovers only. This area is home to Gray Catbirds. They are a common but entertaining song mimic. A large area of black cherry and autumn olive trees is surrounded by towering sweet gum trees. Sweet gum trees can be seen at all ages. Look out for the unusual “corky” ridges.

Website:http://www.vinelandcity.org/recreation/
Phone:+1 856-794-4000
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