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==== From New York and points north====
 
==== From New York and points north====
New Jersey Turnpike to exit 11 [http://www.state.nj.us/turnpike/index.htm]change to the Garden State Parkway South to exit 100B to Route 33 East follow straight to end of road crossing Main Street and following to  Ocean. Turn left on Ocean Ave and follow for five blocks. You are now on Main Ave in Ocean Grove. The center and heart of town is one block west.
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New Jersey Turnpike to exit 11 [http://www.state.nj.us/turnpike/index.htm]change to the Garden State Parkway South to exit 100B to Route 33 East follow straight to end of road crossing Main Street and following to  Ocean. Turn left on Ocean Ave and follow for two blocks. You are now on Main Ave in Ocean Grove. The center and heart of town is one block west.
  
 
====From the west====  
 
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* '''The Great Auditorium''', built in 1894. Considered to be the largest enclosed auditorium in New jersey the Great Auditorium originally seated 10,000 people. Through some modernization and the addition of the pipe organ the Auditorium seat 6,500 people. The all wood structure is is the size of a football field used for Sunday services and concerts. Throughout the Auditorium's history it has attracted a wide array of performers including Enrico Caruso, Marian Anderson,John Phillip Sousa. Peter Paul & Mary and Johnny Mathias.  Along with these, seven presidents of the United States, including Ulysses S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt and Richard Nixon have spoken at the Great Auditorium as well as 27 of the past 28 New Jersey governors elected since its completion. The '''Auditorium Organ''' was dedicated 1903. The organ was built by Robert Hope Jones who was funded on  his arrival by Samuel Clemens. (Mark Twain) The organ has 10 divisions totaling 176 ranks and over 10,000 pipes.
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* '''The Great Auditorium''', built in 1894. Considered to be the largest enclosed auditorium in New jersey the Great Auditorium originally seated 10,00 people. Through some modernization and the addition of the pipe organ the Auditorium seat 6,500 people. The all wood structure is is the size of a football field used for Sunday services and concerts. Through out the Auditorium's history it has attracted a wide array of performers including Enrico Caruso, Marian Anderson,John Phillip Sousa. Peter Paul & Mary and Johnny Mathias.  Along with these, seven presidents of the United States, including Ulysses S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt and Richard Nixon have spoken at the Great Auditorium as well as 27 of the past 28 New Jersey governors elected since its completion. The '''Auditorium Organ''' was dedicated 1903. The oragn was built by Robert Hope Jones who was funded on  his arrival by Samuel Clemens. (Mark Twain) The organ has 10 divisions totaling 176 ranks and over 10,000 pipes.
  
 
* '''Tent City''' -Since 1870. Tenting is still a way of life in Ocean Grove where at one time there were 200 tents for every home. Today there are 114 tent structures still nestled around the Great Auditorium which is the hub of the summer program activities and where descendants of founding families continue to carry on this wonderful tradition.
 
* '''Tent City''' -Since 1870. Tenting is still a way of life in Ocean Grove where at one time there were 200 tents for every home. Today there are 114 tent structures still nestled around the Great Auditorium which is the hub of the summer program activities and where descendants of founding families continue to carry on this wonderful tradition.
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* '''Ocean Pathway'''- From the ocean to The Great Auditorium walk along or relax in the fields of the two blocks of open space lined with some of the most beautiful victorian homes and hotels in Ocean Grove.
 
* '''Ocean Pathway'''- From the ocean to The Great Auditorium walk along or relax in the fields of the two blocks of open space lined with some of the most beautiful victorian homes and hotels in Ocean Grove.
  
* '''Victorian Homes''' - On Ocean Grove's tree-lined streets is the largest assemblage of authentic Victorian architecture in the nation. in 1976, the town had the honor of being entered in the National Register of Historic Places and in 1977 the New Jersey State Register of historic Places.
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* '''Victorian Homes''' - On Ocean Groves's tree-lined streets is the largest assemblage of authentic Victorian architecture in the nation. in 1976, the town had the honor of being entered in the National Register of Historic Places and in 1977 the New Jersey State Register of historic Places.
 
   
 
   
 
* '''The Museum of the Historical Society of Ocean Grove''', [http://www.oceangrovehistory.org/HistoricBuildings/Museum.htm]]]. The Museum of the Historical Society of Ocean Grove has a collection of approximately 15,000 artifacts and pieces relative to the history of Ocean Grove, the Holiness Movement, Camp Meetings, Methodism, Monmouth County and 19th Century Life. The Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Ocean Grove, recording the history of Camp Meetings, and to recording aspects of the Victorian Age.
 
* '''The Museum of the Historical Society of Ocean Grove''', [http://www.oceangrovehistory.org/HistoricBuildings/Museum.htm]]]. The Museum of the Historical Society of Ocean Grove has a collection of approximately 15,000 artifacts and pieces relative to the history of Ocean Grove, the Holiness Movement, Camp Meetings, Methodism, Monmouth County and 19th Century Life. The Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Ocean Grove, recording the history of Camp Meetings, and to recording aspects of the Victorian Age.
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* '''The Jersey Shore Arts Center'''- View local artist at work in the renovated Neptune Township High School. Located at the main gate entrance at Main Avenue & Main Street
 
* '''The Jersey Shore Arts Center'''- View local artist at work in the renovated Neptune Township High School. Located at the main gate entrance at Main Avenue & Main Street
  
* '''Business District'''- Walk along Main Avenue and see the beautiful display of flowers and plants from Ocean Grove Florists. You will also breathe in the aroma of the fine coffee's from Barbaric Bean Coffee Roastery and Cafe. Check out the many shops that include restaurants, eateries, art galleries, cheese shops, bakeries, clothes stores, home decor, chocolates, and more.
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* '''Business District'''- Walk along Main Avenue and see the beautiful display of flowers and plants from Ocean Grove Florists. You will also breath in the aroma of the fine coffee's from Barbaric Bean Coffee Roastery and Cafe. Check out the many shops that include restaurants, eateries, art galleries, cheese shops, bakeries, clothes stores, home decor, chocolates, and more.
  
 
* '''Boardwalk''', [http://www.asburyboardwalk.com/boardwalks/oceangrove.htm] - Sit and relax or stroll along the Boardwalk with its unobstructed views of both the ocean and the Victorian home and hotels along Ocean Avenue.
 
* '''Boardwalk''', [http://www.asburyboardwalk.com/boardwalks/oceangrove.htm] - Sit and relax or stroll along the Boardwalk with its unobstructed views of both the ocean and the Victorian home and hotels along Ocean Avenue.
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==Contact==
 
==Contact==
 
* '''Ocean Grove Area Chamber of Commerce''', [http://www.oceangrovenj.com]
 
* '''Ocean Grove Area Chamber of Commerce''', [http://www.oceangrovenj.com]
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* '''Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association''', [http://www.ogcma.org].
  
 
==Get out==
 
==Get out==

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