Where to Stay
Bed & Breakfasts
At The Doctor's Inn, a bed and breakfast in Cape May, guests can relax on the wide porch, or enjoy the tended gardens separating the inn from Main Street.
The Woolverton Inn sits on a vastly upgraded 10-acre property in Stockton and features two structures—one that mimics the look of an old barn, and one resembling a carriage house. It's a quaint bed and breakfast in a pastoral setting.
Dancer Farm is a New Jersey B&B that offers several cozy common rooms, a shady patio, and a screened-in gazebo...all of which are ideal places to unwind.
This Long Beach Island-based bed and breakfast is a romantic seaside treasure that makes for a luxurious beachside weekend escape.
With duck decoys, porcelain ducks, duck paintings, even duck coasters gracing surfaces throughout the sprawling country inn, the Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast never leaves you wondering how it got its name.
The Southern Mansion—another Cape May B&B—offers guests the royal treatment in terms of stately accommodations and modern accouterments.
Boutique hotels find the sassy (and often luxe) sweet spot between the charm of B&Bs and the prestige of resort hotels.
Want to stay in a classic doo-wop hotel? Here are a few of the Wildwoods’ mid-century modern gems.
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These lodgings will ensure your beach getaway is pleasant.
Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton will host an exhibition of needlework created by young New Jersey women in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Morris Museum, New Jersey's third largest, is celebrating its 100th anniversary with delightfully unexpected exhibits.
At Bound Brook’s historic station, railroad fans show up like clockwork.
In the midst of a struggling urban center, you can witness nature at its powerful and beautiful best at the Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park.