Vineland's Modern Architecture - A Walking Tour

Vineland City Hall

640 East Wood St
Vineland, NJ
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Unfortunately, due to limited interested, this tour has been cancelled. The tours at the James Rose Residence and the Louis Kahn's Trenton Bath House are still happening.

From the brutalist style City Hall to the iconic Art Deco Landis Theater, Vineland is rich in modern architecture. Take a stroll through downtown to learn how traditional and modern styles form a complementary aesthetic.

This tour is hosted by Preservation New Jersey (PNJ). This year marks a milestone for PNJ, the 25th anniversary of its 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey program. Accordingly, they are hosting three tours for Docomomo US Tour Day highlighting modernist architecture throughout New Jersey that has either been on the 10 Most list or has been considered “endangered” in the past. In addition to the Vineland tour, PNJ is also offering tours of the James Rose Residence in Ridgewood and Louis Kahn's Bath House in Ewing.

Tours will start at 10 am at City Hall, 640 East Wood St, Vineland, NJ, 08360.

Suggested donation: $10/members, $15/non-members

Proceeds will be split with local organization hosts. Your generous donation helps PNJ sustain its efforts in furtherance of historic preservation in NJ.

Advance registration required.

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