Introduction to Ventnor City, New Jersey
Ventnor City History
In the January of 1889, this beautiful locality was named Ventnor after a place of the same name in England. At the time of its creation, Ventnor City was a part of the Egg Harbor Township, and had a population of 6,674. Over the years, these figures have gone up, and currently there are over 12,000 residents in this city.
Ventnor City and nearby Attractions
- Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts/ Emlin Physick Estate
- Brigantine Beach Historical Museum
- Ocean Life Center
- Cape May County Park
- Atlantic City Cemetery
- Leaming's Run Gardens
Things To Do In Ventnor City
There are various interesting sites near Ventnor City, including the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Brigantine Beach Historical Museum, the Marine Mammal Stranding Center Museum, the Noyes Museum of Art, and the Ocean Life Center. For a day out with family and friends, the Leaming's Run Gardens or the Cape May County Park are the ideal places.
Ventnor City Transportation
The Atlantic City International Airport is close by.
Ventnor City Higher Education
The nearby institutes offering higher educational opportunities are The Richard Stockton College Of New Jersey and the Atlantic Cape Community College.