The Vineland area is home to a wide range of cultural attractions and entertainment venues.
Music lovers take pleasure in the sounds of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, a cultural jewel in southern New Jersey. The orchestra performs year-round, offering a subscription series and educational programming at Vineland-based Cumberland County College, in addition to many other venues in the region.
The Vineland Regional Dance Company (VRDC) has been a part of the community’s cultural landscape since its formation in 1980. An honor company of Regional Dance America/ Northeast, the VRDC provides professional training to young dancers, as well as the finest in performance and dance culture to the South Jersey area. Among the company’s most anticipated performances is the annual “Nutcracker Ballet.”
Audiences revel in the exciting performance offerings at the recently restored Landis Theater & Performing Arts Center on Landis Avenue in Vineland. Taking the stage is a mix of local talent and national touring artists presenting a fine range of dance, music, drama and other entertainment. The theater also presents a “movie night” series that shows classic movies and timeless films.
Vineland hosts a summertime concert series every Monday evening at the Enrico Serra Band Shell in Giampietro Park.
Looking to catch the latest silver-screen flick? The Delsea Drive-In Theatre in Vineland is the only drive-in movie theatre in the state, offering a unique movie-watching experience for the whole family .
Just outside of Vineland, the City of Millville hosts the Millville Army Air Field Museum, a site preserving U.S. military aviation history, and the Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center. This arts organization emphasizes the medium of glass art and hosts a fully-functioning glass studio, the Gallery of Fine Craft, the Down Jersey Folklife Center and the Museum of American Glass.
Nearby is Bellview Winery, a vineyard and winery in Landisville. The winery hosts many festivals, wine tastings and tours. Just a short drive south is the Bayshore Discovery Project in Port Norris. The heart of the project is the 1904 historic oyster shipping sheds and wharves, on the State and National Register of Historic Places. They house the Delaware Bay Museum and Folklife Center.
In addition to these sites, Vineland’s location places it within 30 minutes of Atlantic City and 45 minutes from Philadelphia, affording even more sights to see.