Sip & See Somerset: What’s Near Me?

 

Currently at Village Brewing or looking to plan your next adventure?

Downtown Somerville

All roads lead to Somerville. If you’re planning your next big adventure to Somerville there’s a lot to see and do! Friday nights from Memorial Day through Labor Day you’ll find Main Street lined with historic and classic cars for you to stroll the town and check out. Saturday nights feature their Summer Stage Nights with live entertainment right on Division Street (here’s a local hack: Village Brewing offers al fresco dining on their front patio – and if the weather is nice the doors will be open. If you sit outside in the front you can hear the entertainment). Check out their website for even more events happening through the year.

 

 


TD Bank Ball park (7 minutes)

Check Somerset Patriots, the New York Yankees Double-A Affiliate team in action. They have plenty of themed nights with fun for everyone including fireworks, Bingo, Marvel nights, and more!

 

 

 


Spotted Leaf Plant Company (1 minute)

No green thumb needed! Spotted Leaf Plant Company has products even for a plant killer. If you’re heading to Village Brewing and want to dip your toes into caring for plants – or you’re a seasoned pro! – you can check out there pot painting or terrarium building classes – or just even pop in to pick up the latest addition to your collection!

 

 


YESTERcades (1 minute)

An arcade for all ages. Enjoy the best of the classic arcade games, pinball, skee ball, and more. An entertainment venue dedicated to the Golden Age of video gaming.

 

 


Bridgewater Commons (5 minutes)

The premier shopping destination in the area with over 170 places to shop including clothing, recreational gear, home decor, and more. Be sure to check out the events and activities they have lined up!

 

 

 


Wallace House Revolutionary War Headquarters (2 minutes)

Two properties located adjacent to each other in Somerville. The Wallace House was George Washington’s headquarters from December 1778 to June 1779. This location has been a museum for over 100 years and is open to the public. Old Dutch Parsonage originally built for John Frelinghuysen in 1751 and is currently owned by the State of New Jersey and is open to the public.

 

 


Duke Farms (7 minutes)

Discover the wonders of Somerset County in Duke Farms by strolling the park or renting a bike through their bikeshare program. Explore the orchid range that is home to thousands or rare and native orchids, the arboretum, and the Japanese-style meditation garden. Heading over on a Sunday? The trails are closed but be sure to enjoy the Farmers Market and tons of locally sourced produce and goods! On Saturday’s, a parking permit must be reserved before heading over.


Duke Island Park (10 minutes)

Duke Island Park offers bike trails for Somerset County biking enthusiasts, as well as softball fields and ice skating in the winter. Activities include biking, softball, walking/jogging trail, fishing, hiking trail, ice skating, cross-country skiing, birdwatching, picnicking, and playgrounds.

 


 

Planning your next Sip & See adventure? 

See what awaits you! Other stops along the sipping path:

Burnt Mills Cider

Bellemara Distillery

Flounder Brewing

Jersey Cyclone Brewing

 


Somerset CountySip & See Somerset was made possible through a grant funded by the Somerset County Board of County Commissioners. To learn more about the services and for more information about Somerset County please visit https://www.co.somerset.nj.us/.

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