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3 NEW JERSEY TOWNS TO VISIT THIS CHRISTMAS
Many of us have done our time at Rockefeller Plaza at Christmastime. If you’ve never been, do it! Check it off the list! But there are other quaint and quiet towns to take your family to during the holidays, all just a short drive from Clark. Here are some of our favorites. CRANBURY If you don’t already know about the best Christmas display in New Jersey, you’re about to. Over 125,000 lights dazzle and inspire at this massive display on Main Street in Cranbury. Check out their page at cranburychristmaslights.com to see when the lights will dance to your favorite Christmas tunes. Viewing is free, as is parking. You can also check out their tree lighting on Dec. 1 and enjoy a Christmastime Tea at Cranbury Museum. CHESTER “A Christmas Carol” made Charles Dickens a holiday staple forever. In Chester, the Definitely Dickens’ Holiday Carolers honor him by serenading downtown shoppers every Saturday in December. The Streets of Chester Shopping Center also hosts a 12 Days of Giveaways event, along with window displays. You may even catch some beautiful ice sculptures as your family peruses the shops. PRINCETON The Christmas tree in Palmer Square is known as one of the largest in the state. The square itself and the surrounding shops give Princeton a decidedly classic
holiday feel that your family will love. Carolers fill the air with song daily, so take your children on a Santa’s Helper Walking Tour or visit the Morven Museum’s Festival of Trees. For a real throwback, the Holiday Family Weekend at Terhune Orchards offers a classic wagon ride surrounded by wintery trees.
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