New Jersey Turnpike Authority 116 Garden State Pkwy, Holmdel, NJ07733 Located off of exit 116 of the Garden State Parkway near the PNC Bank Arts Center is the New Jersey Turnpike Authority's…More Central Maintenance Yard 4. This facility services the stretch of the Parkway surrounding Exit 116 and assists the New Jersey State Police, which has a barracks at the same exit. The Central Maintenance facility has emergency road vehicles for both disabled automobiles and highway maintenance and repair. In addition, this facility creates, replaces and maintains signage for a major stretch of the Garden State Parkway.
Merri Makers Exit 116, Garden State Parkway, Holmdel, NJ07733 Merri Makers is a catering business that leases space within the PNC Bank. Wedding packages and special event bookings…More are available. Call the number provided for more information.
New Jersey State Police Troop E J State Of, Hazlet, NJ07730 New Jersey State Police Troop E is responsible for policing the full 173-mile length of the Garden State Parkway,…More including the PNC Bank Arts Center at Exit 116. Holmdel Station is one of Troop E's three patrol areas and is located at Milepost 115.8 on the Garden State Parkway.
PNC Bank Arts Center is an open-air modern amphitheater located in Holmdel. LiveNation brings top quality…More entertainment to the venue between May and September. The theater has 7000 seats and 10,000 lawn seats. There is a variety of seating choices and ticket prices.
Traffic flows in and out mostly through the Garden State Parkway.
The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial strives to encourage and foster patriotism and provide recognition of the…More sacrifices, courage and valor of the New Jersey veterans of the Vietnam Era. The Memorial honors the sacrifices made by New Jersey residents who gave their lives while serving in Southeast Asia and, at the same time, pays tribute to all who have served. The Memorial is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week at no charge.
The Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center strives to encourage and foster a thorough understanding of the Vietnam Era including the political, historical, social, cultural and military aspects that affected the United States, more particularly New Jersey. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm. Regular admission is $5 for adults, $3 for senior citizens and students and free for veterans, active military and children ages ten and under. Guided tours of the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Memorial and Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center are available to any group of 15 or more people. These guided tours are led by Vietnam veteran volunteers who share their personal experiences. Guided tours must be arranged in advance.
The Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center welcomes more than 14,000 visitors a year. The two largest audiences are veterans and school students. The Museum and Educational Center was planned to augment the Memorial and help visitors gain a better understanding of the war in Southeast Asia and the surrounding political strife in America. It complements the solemnity of the Memorial with a dynamic and lively learning environment.