- TripBuzz found 320 things to do with kids in or near Edison, New Jersey, including 304 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Staten Island, Morristown, Jersey City and Newark.
- From Roosevelt Park Family Ice Skating Rink to Monster Mini Golf, the Edison area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Trampoline Parks, Theaters, History Museums and Parks.
- Known for its abundance of recreational activities, the city of Edison is loved by it's over 99,000 residents and all who visit. The charming small town hospitality of the city greets those who enter, while the many scenic waterfront parks and shopping districts entertain those who stay. The community is rich in history, featuring many landmark sites, museums and historical structures as well.
Open to public skaters, Bridgewater Sports Arena offers a variety of entertainment options from an arcade area to laser tag arena. The facility has three ice rinks of varying sizes for hockey and ice skating.
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.
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Surgent's Elite School of Gymnastics is a gymnastics and cheerleading training facility with experienced trainers and staff. The facility offers classes and camps for boys and girls of various age ranges.
Cousins Paintball hosts both paintball and airsoft games on its indoor and outdoor ranges and competition areas. The facility hosts birthday parties and private events, and sells a wide range of equipment.
Founded in 1915, the Westfield Outdoor Tennis Club is a location dedicated solely to the sport of tennis. Members of the club have access to 15 courts in total and matches can be played year round on the hard courts.
The Miller-Cory House Museum is a nationally recognized 'living museum', in which trained artisans recreate the everyday life, tasks, and crafts of the 18th and 19th century Miller and Corey farm families. A museum shop is located on site.