- TripBuzz found 608 things to do with kids in or near Newark, New Jersey, including 594 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Queens and Bronx.
- From Prudential Center to Riverfront Stadium, the Newark area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Sports Stadiums (Professional), History Museums, Parks and Recreation Centers.
- Newark, New Jersey's largest city, is a thriving commercial business community located in the New Year metropolitan area. Aside from being home to many corporate business headquarters, the city also offers many residential and recreational opportunities. The most famous attractions include the cities music and art centers, stunning sculptural architecture and annual parades.
42% 325 votes
810 Yonkers Ave, Yonkers, NY 10704 MoreLess Info
It started out as a place to go watch the ponies race, now Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway, is your entertainment destination. Featuring slots, eateries, and live entertainment stop by today and become their next big winner.
Paradise Lanes Bowling is a bowling alley and entertainment facility with synthetic lanes, automatic scoring, and full-service snack bar. It offers cosmic bowling, tournaments, and league play, as well as special events.
Raymond O'Connor Park is a city park featuring the fenced Kennedy Playground area, ball fields, and a picnic area. The park also has open air sprinkler/showers for local residents and children seeking to cool off during the summer.
Serving as a full service equestrian facility, the Bronx Equestrian Center allows for both Western and English riding styles. The center features standard trail rides, pony rides, hay wagon rides, and carriage rentals for weddings.
A movie multiplex featuring six auditoriums, the AMC Loews Bay Terrace 6 screens primarily first run Hollywood movies with fully digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees and other promotions.
Initially focusing on 19th and 20th century American art and the over-arching Hudson Valley Region, the Hudson River Museum, has grown in both size and focus over the past 86+ years. In addition to the art collections, the museum features a planetarium, outdoor amphitheater, and more.
100% 32 votes
Horace Harding Express Way, Grand Central Parkway, Flushing, NY 11364 MoreLess Info
Situated on 358 acres, Cunningham Park features wooded areas mixed in with open fields for sports including baseball, basketball, football, cricket, soccer, volleyball and tennis. The park also provides trails for walking and biking, a playground and picnic facilities.
91% 11 votes
897 South Columbus Ave., Mount Vernon, NY 10550 MoreLess Info
Having been built in 1665 and declared a historic site in 1943, St. Paul's Church National Historic Site is steeped in Mt. Vernon heritage. The church site still has its original façade, bell, church organ and graveyard.
- 20 votes
Cross County Ctr, 2 South Drive, Yonkers, NY 10704 MoreLess Info
Cross Country Multiplex Cinemas offers 14 theaters that screen first-run movies with digital video and sound. The cinema features a variety of concessions, including popcorn and candy, and also has facilities for conferences and parties.
- 0 votes
897 S Columbus Avenue, Mount Vernon, NY 10550 MoreLess Info
The Bill of Rights Museum St Pauls National Histrc Ste are sites of historic interest that maintain exhibits of artifacts dating back to America's colonial era. Both sites feature educational programs.