- TripBuzz found 378 things to do with kids in or near Greenwich, Connecticut, including 366 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bronx, Flushing, Norwalk and Queens.
- From Greenwich Skating Club to Magic Touch Fishing, Inc., the Greenwich area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Skating Rinks and Movie Theaters.
- Located in the southernmost and westernmost corner of Connecticut lies the city of Greenwich. The city is home to a community sailing center, as well as four beaches on Long Island Sound. The arts, music and film culture scene is popular, hosting various film and arts festivals throughout the year.
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1148 E Jersey Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07201 MoreLess Info
Operating since 1926, The Ritz Theatre is a historic theater that hosts a wide variety of performing arts from comedy sketches to opera. The theater can seat over 2500 guests and features an orchestra pit in front of the stage.
Delaware & Raritan State Park are two historical state parks in Princeton, New Jersey which people have enjoyed peaceful walks alongside the canals. Other activities such as biking, canoeing, fishing and kayaking.
With views out onto the Atlantic Ocean, Midland Beach lets visitors walk along the shoreline, play in its surf, and wade in the ocean. Facilities at the beach include baseball fields, playgrounds, and shuffle ball courts.
Top box office hits are now playing at Bank Street Theatre. Seniors and children enjoy special pricing, and matinees and Tuesday showings are also discounted. Birthdays, parties and theater rentals are available.
Established in 1988, Paintball Depot is a paintball park location that offers many services to its guests. In addition to paintball, other services offered include laser tag, airsoft games, and birthday party and large group event hosting.
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6 Aspetuck Avenue, New Milford, CT 6776 MoreLess Info
New Milford Historical Society and Museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits showcasing the history of life in the greater New Milford area. The collection also includes three one-room schoolhouses. Open Tuesday through Friday.
Visitors who are up for a 3-mile roundtrip hike, bike ride, or jog, can visit the Hamilton Fish Bridge in Newburgh. Originally opened in 1963, this cantilever bridge traverses the Hudson River, providing scenic views while crossing.