- TripBuzz found 101 things to do with kids in or near Mays Landing, New Jersey, including 95 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ocean City, Somers Point, Millville and Sea Isle City.
- From Jersey Shore Children's Museum to River Beach Campground & Marina, the Mays Landing area offers 94 different types of family activities, including: Camping Site, Movie Theaters, Children's Museums and Golf.
- Mays Landing is a historic village located in the township of Hamilton, New Jersey, just 20 miles from the bustling Atlantic City. With its clean streets, historic downtown, winery, and number of safe parks and recreation facilities, Mays Landing is a prime place to enjoy some peace and quiet while being close to the party center of the east coast.
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601 North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA MoreLess Info
Open with shows during all times of the year, the Summer Stage Performing Arts Center is an attraction for various plays and music. Membership to the theater and deals to shows are available.
The Winding River Ice Rink is an ice skating facility that is open year round to adults as well as children. The center offers figure skating lessons, ice hockey programs, and ice-skating lessons to people of all ages.
Without a Cue Productions is a murder mystery dinner theater company that performs a variety of interactive and entertaining shows while audiences dine. Shows are heavy on humor and on audience participation.
A ten-screen movie theater, AMC Loews Seacourt 10 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers auditorium rentals for private events, independent films and a concession area with food and drinks.
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1131 N. Dupont Highway, Dover, DE 19901 MoreLess Info
Auto racing fans are well acquainted with the Dover International Speedway, a one-mile oval track that frequently hosts NASCAR events. It is particularly known as a major venue for NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series.
Housed in an 1840's era Grist Mill, today's Hedgerow Theatre, was redesigned as a repertory theatre in 1923. The venue features award-winning productions throughout the year, holds special presentations for children, and is an integral part of the community.
Delaware City's Fort Delaware State Park is built on the site of historic Fort Delaware, a Union fort that housed Confederate prisoners during the Civil War. The fort is now popular with Civil War reenactment groups and is available for touring.