20 Things to do Under $20 in South Jersey

If you have $20 bucks in your pocket, you're good to go. Here's 20 places you can visit -- some are actually FREE. List courtesy of the South Jersey Tourism Corporation (SJTC)

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www.cowtownrodeo.com
There are over 400 merchants at the indoor/outdoor Cowtown Flea Market. List courtesy of the South Jersey Tourism Corporation (SJTC)
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www.EastCoastVultureFestival.org
I didn’t know there was such a think as a “Vulture Festival.” But, there is. It’s called the East Coast Vulture Festival and it’s in Wenonah. If that’s your thing check it out on March 7. Click here for more info.
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www.riversharks.com
Who doesn’t love a little baseball? Especially when it’s cheap, right? Go to a Camden Riversharks game; there are $5 tickets available.
4/20
www.njparksandforests.org/historic
Fort Matt State Park and Hancock house are two places you can visit if you’re on a budget. Both are free. If you like getting spooked, there was a massacre at the Hancock house in 1778 and, legend has it, there are still remnants of blood stains on the floor.
5/20
www.creamyacres.com
You can visit the farmers markets, play area, and various greenhouses at Creamy Acres Farm. The best part about it – you can do it under $20 bucks.
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www.rowan.edu/planetarium/
See star and laser shows on Saturday evening at Rowan University’s Edelman Planetarium. It’s $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 years and younger.
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www.co.burlington.nj.us
Take a tour of the Burlington County Prison ($4 adults, $2 children) that was built in 1810 and used until 1965.
8/20
www.batstovillage.org
You can find nature trails, lighted tennis courts, a bike path, basketball court, 2 playgrounds, 2 softball fields, fishing and more at the Berlin Park…And, it’s FREE!
9/20
www.camdenchildrensgarden.org
It’s a 4 acre, interactive –not to mention education—garden: Camden Children’s Garden. And it has exhibits like the Butterfly House, Storybook gardens and a Train garden.
10/20
www.cedarrun.org
If you like nature, you’ll like the Woodford Cedar Run where you can go on nature trails and see live animals. It’s $5 for adults and $3 for children over 3 years.
11/20
www.powhatan.org
It’s free to visit the Native American heritage museum at the Rankokus Indian Reservation. To enter the gallery you need tickets.
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.co.gloucester.nj.us
Visit the Red Bank Battlefield and Whitall House for free. It’s a 44 acre site of a successful Revolutionary War battle, according to SJTC.
13/20
www.waltwhitmancenter.org
Walt Whitman Arts Center is hosting a free concert series: the 10 Fridays of Fun Concert Series. It starts the in the end of June.
14/20
www.howellfarm.org
It’s free to visit the Howell Living History Farm where you can participate in field, barn and craft activities.
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Visit the spot where Gen. George Washington and the Continental Army crossed the Delaware River in 1776 for free. Washington Crossing State Park is located in Titusville.
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Pick your own fruits and veggies at Johnson’s Farm in Medford for free.
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www.tinicumrearrangelighthouse.org
Tinicum Rear Range Lighthouse was built in 1880 and is still active today. Visit for free.
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www.batstovillage.org
Check out two centuries of American history at the Batsto Village and Mansion Tour locaten in Wharton State Forest. $2 for 12 years or old and $1 for 6 to 11 years old.
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Adults enter for free and children can enter for $10 at the Imagination Quest Children’s Museum. It’s worth it though. Your kid can board pirate ships and climb a rock wall.
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The Animal Kingdom Zoo in Bordentown, N.J. costs only $10 for adults and kids are free with each adult admission. Click here for more details.
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