ArtPride New Jersey President and CEO Adam Perle said:
Burlington, New Jersey (PRWEB)
July 13, 2022
Jersey Art Road Trip puts the spotlight on 10 towns in New Jersey, offering visitors the perfect mix of dining, nightlife, shopping and lodging, as well as theater, visual arts and cultural experiences. A quintessential road trip destination for The Jersey Art Road Trip Initiative aims to be a resource to help visitors plan a fun day trip or her overnight trip in New Jersey with his easy-to-navigate one guide .
“Locals and tourists alike don’t have to go far to get it all. Jersey Arts Road Trip showcases New Jersey’s unique wine, dining and downtown destinations and guides Wrap it up in incredible arts and cultural attractions to deliver the perfect experience. “How soon can we get there?”
Morristown is home to venues such as the Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC), the Morris Museum, and the outdoor summer stage of the New Jersey Shakespeare Theater. Additionally, dine at one of the many eateries such as South + Pine or Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen, or stay at hotels such as The Madison Hotel or The Westin Governor Morris for visitors unfamiliar with the area. You can also
New Brunswick is home to the newly renovated New Jersey State Theatre, NBPAC (home of the George Street Playhouse, Crossroads Theater Company and American Repertory Ballet) and the Zimmerli Art Museum. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy local eateries such as The Frog & The Peach or Harvest Moon Brewery & Café, or spend the night at The Heldrich, Hyatt Regency, or New Brunswick area hotel.
If shore is your thing to set sail, consider a trip to Cape May, take part in one of the many historical tours and special events produced by Cape May MAC, and visit the open-air living history museum at Historic Cold Spring Village. and a show at the Cape May Stage or the East Lynn Theater Company. Dine at one of our many restaurants, including The Blue Pig Tavern and the famous Mad Batter. Spend a full day exploring Cape May’s historic inns and bed and breakfasts.
Jersey Art Road Trip makes it easy to plan your perfect vacation by highlighting top cultural attractions in 10 New Jersey cities and towns.
“Participating in local arts events and attractions not only provides a fun and engaging experience, but also benefits the state’s economy,” said Jeffrey Vasser, executive director of the New Jersey Department of Travel and Tourism. says. “The tourism industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the sector is coming back strong and is key to the New Jersey economy. Last year, 96.6 million visitors spent $37.3 billion in Supporting 270,566 jobs and $4.6 billion in state and local tax revenue, cultural tourism is a big part of that equation.”
Alison Tratner, executive director of the New Jersey Arts Council, agrees art is big business. “COVID has had a huge impact on the art industry, but theaters, museums, galleries and performing arts centers continue to welcome people with great excitement. and communities are revitalized with arts activity, with millions of people shopping, dining, and staying in hotels, generating more than $662 million in the state’s economy.”
ArtPride New Jersey will host a Jersey Arts Road Trip as part of its ongoing Discover Jersey Arts initiative aimed at increasing the art audience in New Jersey. This program is offered in conjunction with the New Jersey Arts Council and is supported in part by funding from the New Jersey Department of State’s Office of Travel and Tourism.
For more information and specific locations in the Jersey Art Road Trip Guide, visit jerseyartsroadtrip.com.
About Discover Jersey Art
Discover Jersey Arts is a program of the ArtPride New Jersey Foundation that aims to increase awareness and participation in the arts statewide. JerseyArts.com showcases New Jersey’s creative community with seasonal event content along with feature articles, video packages, and podcasts to tell the stories behind New Jersey’s powerful art scene. Discover Jersey Arts is co-founded and funded by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
About the Art Pride New Jersey Foundation
The ArtPride New Jersey Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting and advocating the arts, which are essential to New Jersey’s quality of life, education and economic vitality, through research and a variety of programs and services. is. For more information on ArtPride, please visit ArtPrideNJ.org.
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