- 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.
Created in 1905, the Delaware Public Archives, is one of the oldest public archives in the country. Visitors have free access to the over 95,000 square feet of genealogy, government, and historical records.
Spanning 328 acres, scenic Bellevue State Park offers various hiking/walking trails, horse stables, garden patches, and catch-and-release fishing. Playgrounds, shaded picnic areas, tennis courts, and disc golf are also available.
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The New Castle Dance Academy 24 Hour Info Line provides information about the New Castle Dance Academy, a dance and music school that provides lessons in tap, ballet, and jazz dancing, as well as musical theater.
Featuring seasonal events throughout the year, Linvilla Orchards has grown into much more than a typical pick-your-own fruit farm. The farm includes a petting zoo, fishing, indoor mini-golf, playground and other fun for the whole family.
Before your trip to the Capitol Region, visit the Delaware State Visitor Center, for all of the information you need to insure you see everything. The Center features a museum-like exhibit area, helpful staff, and gift shop.
The State House Museum is a Georgian-style structure built in 1791 that was originally home to state and Kent County governments. It hosts various events and historical activities. Large groups are encouraged to make reservations prior to visiting.
DuPont nature center is an arm of the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. Visitors will learn about local wildlife and fish, and can see horseshoe crabs spawning and the migration of shore birds, depending on the time of year.
Operating as a summer stock theater from 1930 to the 1960's, the New Candlelight Theatre now features a variety of live entertainment and musicals. Dinner theater shows, comedy acts, and special events round out the busy schedule.
Kent County Theatre Guild features quality theater to the central Delaware community and currently presents four shows each season. The theatre is a 100-seat auditorium and provides every patron with an excellent view of our elevated stage.