- TripBuzz found 149 things to do indoors in the Bridgewater area. From AMC Dine-In Theatres Bridgewater 7 to Bounce U, Bridgewater offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 199 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 67 different types of things to do inside in or near Bridgewater, New Jersey. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Children's Play Area, Dinner Theaters, Children's Museums and Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Bridgewater, and 146 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New Brunswick, Lambertville, Princeton and Edison.
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A movie theater with seven auditoriums and in-theater dining, AMC Dine-In Theatres Bridgewater 7 displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater provides a bar with adult beverages, reserved seating and theater rentals for private events.
Providing an indoor inflatable experience, Bounce U is filled with slides, bounce houses, and other structures. The staff provides a service where visitors can have their picture taken at the venue, and can access them online later.
The Children's Museum in Bridgewater strives to improve the quality of life to parents and children who visit through hands-on educational exhibits and programs. Exhibits include topics such as nature, natural laws of motion, animals, science and more.
Located along the Raritan River, and looked after by the Daughters of the American Revolution, is the historic Buccleuch Mansion. Built in 1739, the house was once known as The White House Farm for its grand exterior and lush surroundings.
Zimmerli Art Museum is a teaching museum that features over 60,000 works in its collection. The museum features a variety of educational activities and social opportunities which include lectures, performances, workshops, and classes.
Part of the Rutgers University campus, Rutgers Geology Museum was founded in 1872 by George Cook. The museum offers guided tours and exhibits that include an Egyptian mummy, a dinosaur trackway, a mastodon skeleton and a variety of minerals.
Popular local comedians, new comedians, and larger acts are frequently put on display at the Stress Factory Comedy Club. Both food and a full bar are available at the club, allowing for a complete evening in one location.
The Inspira Dance Theatre is a theatre for the performing arts with the goal of helping individuals prepare for success in all of life's endeavors. The facility features three large dance rooms and three private music rooms.
Founded in 1974, the George Street Playhouse offers a wide variety of musicals and plays on its stage. Both on-Broadway and off-Broadway musicals are frequently conducted at the theater, and special student-focused matinees make theater accessible and affordable.