- 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.
Featuring full digital projection and sound, Bow Tie Majestic 6 is a movie theater showing the latest released films to its guests. Visitors to the theater enjoy the many amenities provided, including concessions, closed captioning devices, and assisted listening devices.
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In its historic Greek style theater, The Palace- Stamford Center for the Arts showcases performing arts acts. It hosts an arts education program that teaches students how to act, sing, and dance.
A movie theater featuring nine auditoriums, Bow Tie Cinemas Landmark 9 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater provides a party room, 3D movies and a concession area with food and drinks.
Located in Stamford, Connecticut, the Avon Theatre Film Center shows indie, arthouse and vintage films that are not screened at larger commercial chains. This cinema is also a popular destination for foreign film fans.
Apple Ridge Orchards offers guests the opportunity to pick their own apples from over 20 different varieties. The orchard also features a pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals, a peach orchard, and a tractor pulled hay wagon.
The Spruce Run Recreation Area is composed mostly of the Spruce Run reservoir, which is the third largest reservoir in the state. The recreation site covers the 1,290 acres of the reservoir itself and 15 miles of shoreline for swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, picnicking, and camping.
Located at Cicconi Farms, Nightmare at Gravity Hill is a haunted walk attraction with a full staff of costumed performers to terrorize and entertain visitors. The facility also hosts a 'Zombie Zone Paintball Experience.'
With scenic views of the Hudson River, Riverfront Green Park offers guests opportunities for recreation and relaxation. The park has statuary, free concerts, a playground, public boat launch and connections to a multiuse trail system.