Thanksgiving occurs on the last weekend in November in the late fall season when the weather is mild enough to enjoy an outdoor activity or to get a head start on the holiday season.
COVID-19 executive orders in effect apply to indoor gatherings are limited to a maximum of 10 people, effective November 23rd: Outdoor gatherings are limited to a maximum of 150 people
The following indoor gatherings are exempt and may continue under the current rules – limited to 25% of a room's capacity, up to 150 people:
New Jersey Museums offer a wide variety of exciting arts and natural science treasures and programs that are educational, fun, and adventuresome. A great day trip for people of all ages to experience treasures of art, a real floating battleship, historic buildings, hands-on interactive science programs, and educational exhibits.
Take in the casinos, great restaurants, hotels, clubs and concerts.
The top acts appearing Thanksgiving weekend include:
Atlantic City Visitors Guide -
Popular Jersey Shore destination with casino gaming, top entertainment venues, restaurants, a beach & boardwalk, and more.
Tree lined streets with upscale boutique shops, restaurants, museums, theatre, and a prestigious Ivy League university.
Princeton Visitors Guide
Mullica Hill, located in Gloucester County, was established in the late 17th century by English and Irish Quakers. Today Mullica Hill is an historic village listed in the National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey State Register of Historic Places. The village has an attractive Main Street boutique shopping area featuring antiques, jewelry, furniture, fine art, crafts, restaurants and coffee houses.
Mullica Hill Visitors Guide