Published: 18.08.2018 23:38

Northern nj indoor activities

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Winter Activities and Things to Do in NJ - New Jersey Family

I’m all the way up in north of the county, and if you’re willing to take a little drive up the river to just over the state line into Rockland with them, there’s a pretty good one called The Playroom in Nyack for their age which is drop-in. http://. Another one in that ares is called Wee Play in Nanuet, but when it’s a rainy day it gets crowded and the place is a

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Free or Inexpensive Places For Family Fun Around NJ

$9 per bouncing child - Adults are FREE!
Prices are subject to NJ State Sales Tax.

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Just wanted to share a new indoor playground I found: iPlay in Freehold, NJ
And one that has been around a while, but not sure if it is still open: space odessy 7555 in Englewood, NJ.

Here is the final word of advice, because, you know, unsolicited advice is fun. Make sure to check your library. Many libraries offer museum passes that you can check out for free, or buy tickets at discounted prices. Make sure to check your town hall because they also sell tickets for many places at discounted prices. Don’t forget groupon and other such websites. Call the place you want to go to and find out if there are any discounts for the day you are going on. Get out there and have a great time!

I can not believe that I forgot about this place. Montclair Art Museum is a wonderful museum to take the kids to, and we have recently visited it! It has free admission for kids 67 and under, and the adult admission price was only $. They have Free First Thursday Nights: a free family event complete with a full service bar, life music and art activities. You can read more about our visit . For more information about the admission, exhibits and events HERE is their website! You can combine your visit to the Montclair Art Museum with several places on this list. Specifically numbers 79, 86, 87, 78 and 79.

The response to this article has been overwhelming! It is so wonderful. I included this section to make sure that the great recommendations by the readers are heard! Here you will find the places folks recommended, plus a few more places that I have researched. Unfortunately, I have not had the chance to explore South Jersey extensively, and nothing beats the advice of someone that has been there. I am going to do my best and find a few places that will make a great addition to this list. Please feel free to recommend any place that is free or inexpensive in NJ or the surrounding states, within driving distance. Please know, that I appreciate all your feedback!

If sports are your thing, head down to Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum. Located in Cumberland County. Read more about them HERE.

This will make trip planning easy & Thank you many of these places I visited my youth, but s once I moved to Pa. Couldn’t think of anywhere to share with the my children except for Smithville. I wasn’t thinking Morris town museum or Trailside a favorite place growing up, Stood in etc. 🙂 so remember Gosh we were always going somewhere and it didn’t pay a fortune. Hence me finding this article Thank you 🙂

We have recently discovered Johnson Park. Located in Middlesex County, it is a sprawling, 978 acre park and home to Johnson Park The is an animal haven. You can purchase animal feed, feed the animals, walk along the promenade, play in the park, and more. Lots to explore there! I would combine it with a visit to the Zimmerli Museum (#67). I wasn’t able to find a website for this park, but you can read more about our visit HERE.