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One of the most popular attractions of Camden is the city’s waterfront, along the Delaware River. The waterfront is highlighted by it’s four main attractions, the USS New Jersey; the Tweeter Center; Campbell’s Field; and the Adventure Aquarium.

The Adventure Aquarium was orginally opened in 1992 as the New Jersey State Aquarium at Camden. In 2005 after extensive renovation the aquarium was reopened under the name Adventure Aquarium. The aquarium was one of the original centerpieces in Camden’s plans for revitalizing their city.

The Tweeter Center is a 25,000 seat open air concert amphitheater that was opened in 1995. The Tweeter is widely considered one of the best amphitheaters in the country for sound, and is most well known for it’s extremely large lawn seating area. The Tweeter is the most popular spot for touring artists to perform during the summertime in the Delaware Valley. The Tweeter is also known for it’s beautiful view of Center City, Philadelphia.

Campbell’s Field, opened in 2001, is home the the Camden Riversharks Minor League Baseball team, of the Atlantic League; and the Rutgers University-Camden baseball team. The stadium is considered by many ballpark enthusiasts as having one of the best outfield views in all of baseball, as the entire Ben Franklin Bridge can be seen beyond its walls.

The USS New Jersey was a United States Navy battleship that was active between the years 1943 and 1991. After its retirement the ship was turned into a museum along the Waterfront that opened in 2001. The New Jersey saw action in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

Other attractions at the Waterfront are the Wiggins Park Riverstage and Marina, One Port Center, The Victor Lofts, the Walt Whitman House, the Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, the Rutgers-Camden Center For The Arts and the Camden Children’s Garden.

The Waterfront is also served by two modes of public transportation. New Jersey Transit services the Waterfront on it’s River LINE, while people from Phiadelphia can commute using the RiverLink Ferry, which connects the Waterfront with Old City Philadelphia.