- TripBuzz found 421 things to do with kids in or near Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, including 407 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Jersey City.
- From The Sea Horse Fishing to Capt. Dave, the Atlantic Highlands area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, Theaters, Arcades and Movie Theaters.
- An upscale, waterfront community, Atlantic Highlands has many sights, sounds and tastes to offer it's visitors. First class restaurants line the charming streets, along with movie theatres, shops and live theatre venues. Popular outdoor activities include fishing tours or attending one of the city's many street markets or outdoor festivals.
Core Creek Park offers playgrounds, picnicking (pavilion rentals available), hiking, ball fields, tennis, horseback riding trails, ice skating, and boating (including rentals). You can even enjoy a successful fishing trip at the park with trout that is stocked annually.
54-A Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Commack, NY 11725 MoreLess Info
Lazerland of LI is a laser tag facility that also offers dodgeball and is available to be rented out for private birthday parties. The facility offers summer camps for children.
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The Landing Restaurant, 22 N Main Street, New Hope, PA 18938 MoreLess Info
New Hope Boat Rides provides tours, field trips, and parties for a variety of groups. Tours include an informative narration of history of New Hope as the boat coasts along the Delaware River.
Built to inspire the minds of children is the Bucks County Children's Museum. The exhibits throughout the museum are set to educate youth on the workings of everyday life and include a general store, a construction site, a play factory and town square.
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243 E Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 6830 MoreLess Info
As a significant American Revolution cottage, Putnam Cottage/Knapp Tavern Museum retains the original architecture from when it was built in the 1600s. Visitors can tour the cottage with a volunteer to learn about its history.
The industrial heritage of the Red Mill Museum Village area is put on display for visitors. Most of the history focuses on both the Red Mill itself and the Mulligan Quarry, and special events are held throughout the year including the seasonal Festival of Trees.
The Haunted Mill is part of Clinton's Haunted Village, which is a horror-themed attraction that spans nine acres. The attraction features over 50 costumed actors, and offers three distinct stories that visitors can experience.