Top Things to Do in Hammonton
Each week we will be featuring our top things to do in a different city in New Jersey’s Heartland. We’re kicking off this new feature in HAMMONTON!
Annie M. Carter Nature Center
31 Batsto Road
Located on the banks of Batsto Lake, The Annie M. Carter Nature Center provides visitors with the opportunity to explore and understand the Pineland ecosystem. The center offers multiple programs and displays on the wildlife and plant life found within the forest. Take a canoe on a guided nature tour on the lake!
Di Donato Bowling Center & Cocktail Lounge
1151 South White Horse Pike
Galactic mini-golf and bowling all at one location! This state-of-the-art facility offers 26 professional lanes. After you’ve finished bowling or hitting the course, relax at the Alley Bar, which features a great menu, craft beer and large screen TVs for your viewing pleasure.
Downtown Hammonton is definitely a must on things to do in Hammonton! This hip and trendy Main Street houses a variety of eateries, wineries, breweries, and shopping. There’s also a wonderful Art District that includes the regionally-acclaimed Eagle Theatre, the Hammonton Noyes Museum of Stockton University, the Hammonton Arts Center, and Hammonton Artist Studios. Downtown Hammonton is a shining example of the Main Street rebirth, and it’s easy to see why!
Gear Up Paintball
240 S. White Horse Pike
Try something new or take your love for paintball to the fields of Hammonton’s Gear Up Paintball! You’ll experience a high quality paintball experience at one of South Jersey’s best facilities.
Hammonton Arts Center
219 Bellevue Avenue
You’ll gain an appreciation of the visual arts through the exhibits and programs at the Hammonton Arts Center. If you’re interested in learning, The Hammonton Arts Center offers art classes and workshops for children and adults!
Hammonton Lake Park
This small piece of the Pine Barrens has so much to offer, beginning with a beautiful landscape surrounded by a white cedar swamp. While the area is used for recreation, it hosts a variety of birds and other wildlife.
19 S 2nd Street
If you’re interested in cooking, Hammonton is the place to be. Kitchen 19 offers a variety of cooking classes that will have you preparing mouth-watering cuisines from around the world.
Rollway Roller Rink
131 S 2nd Road
When inclement weather limits your outdoor skating, you can visit this family-owned indoor rink that has been offering skaters fun since 1970. Opened seasonally from September to June, the Rollway Roller Rink offers skating classes!
The Batsto Mansion
The Batsto Mansion is located in the heart of the historic Batsto Village, which served as a bog iron and glass making industrial center from 1776 to 1867. The 32-room Mansion was home to generations of ironmasters. Today, you can take a tour through its parlors, dining room, library, and bedrooms.
The Eagle Theatre
208 Vine Street
Catch a show at South Jersey’s only year-round professional Equity Theatre. The non-profit Eagle Theatre produces live musicals and plays that have gained regional, statewide, and national attention.
18 Central Avenue
Hammonton’s newest business, The mART is a community co-op, where people can come together to buy, sell and create art! Shop for handmade goods, listen to on stage live music or attend an open yoga class at The mART!
You’ll never leave Thirsty!
Hammonton is home to an array of wineries and breweries!
570 N 1st Road
Plagido’s Winery, which opened in 2007, is owned by a family that has farmed in there since the late 19th century. Take a tour through their vineyard and learn why making wine is truly an art form!
370 S Egg Harbor Road
Admire the beautiful scenery, while relaxing on Sharrott Winery’s outdoor patio and enjoying vintage wines and cheese assortments. Sharrott Winery is one of the few wineries that offers table service. Stop by during the weekend to enjoy live music!
225 N White Horse Pike
Founded over 80 years ago, Tomasello Winery continues to produce excellent wines. Surrounded by stunning landscape, Tomasello Winery boasts of several beautiful tasting rooms. The calendar of events is always full, so plan your visit around an opera gala, wine dinner, brunch, or paint dinner!
Three 3’s Brewery
50 13th Street
Downtown Hammonton’s first brewery has a great long bar and plenty of table seating for drinking and BYOF (Bring Your Own Food)! Get a lesson in the beer making process by taking a guided tour.
334 Washington Street N #24B
Tomfoolery Brewing is conveniently located near the train in Hammonton’s vibrant downtown. Visit on Tap It Thursdays, when Tomfoolery offers a new small batch brew for tasting room drinking only!