The South Jersey region’s seven counties are full of farm-to-table dining, beautiful wineries, and historical charm. Discover some of the top group experiences in southern New Jersey.


Hancock House Historic Site
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New Jersey’s roots as the “Crossroads of the Revolution” in Colonial America are still evident today, and can be remembered and explored throughout the South Jersey region. Each town within South Jersey’s seven counties has its own charm and character. Along the diversity of main streets, groups will find history anchored by historical landmarks, such as Hancock House Historic Site, cobblestone walkways, and shopping and dining districts dotted with modern-day shops, craft breweries, tasting rooms, and restaurants.

Popular destination towns include Medford, Collingswood, and Mullica Hill, among others. The historic downtown of Medford is known for its holiday Dickens Festival, dining, and arts. In Collingswood, visit and dine at James Beard Award semifinalist restaurants such as Hearthside, Zeppoli, and Sagami. In Mullica Hill, also known as the antiques capital of southern New Jersey, old-time farm life meets modern day at favorites like William Heritage Winery and some of the region’s best produce farm stands and markets.


South Jersey includes a smattering of rural communities and clusters of urban downtown areas, which lends itself to an eclectic mix of locally owned and farm-to-fork dining options. Dine at some of the most notable “Best of South Jersey” winners.

Cape May Winery
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Taste and tour your way through a region dubbed the “Bordeaux of America” due to its rich soil and climate similarities to southwestern France. Over 50 wineries throughout the Outer Coastal Plain wine region of South Jersey provide ample opportunity for sipping and strolling through vineyards.

The Two Bridges Wine, Beer & Spirits Trail, the Wine & Ale Trail of South Jersey, and Cape May Wine Trail provide perfect itinerary options.

Featured Image: Autumn Lake Winery; Credit: Visit South Jersey