- TripBuzz found 435 things to do with kids in or near Parsippany, New Jersey, including 430 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Staten Island, Morristown and Jersey City.
- From Parsippany Cinema 12 to Bow Tie Cinemas, the Parsippany area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Sports Teams (Amateur) and Adventure Tour.
- Ranked among the top 20 cities on the 'Best Places to Live in the United States' list for several consecutive years, Parsippany, NJ has a lot to offer. The community is tight and supports a variety of interactive groups such as sports clubs, art clubs, book clubs, and much more.
Located along the Raritan River, and looked after by the Daughters of the American Revolution, is the historic Buccleuch Mansion. Built in 1739, the house was once known as The White House Farm for its grand exterior and lush surroundings.
A living history museum, the Historic Richmond Town covers 100 acres, in which the oldest exhibit is a 1695 house. Demonstrations, historic trades and crafts, and other live events are organized in here.
With over 12 acres of lush and comfortable riverside views, Gantry Plaza State Park is a favorite among locals. With a walking path along four of the park's piers and a seating area looking upon midtown Manhattan, there is plenty to look at.
Located along Raritan River, Buccleuch Park is situated on 78 acres and is home to Buccleuch Mansion. The park also has facilities for cricket, tennis, soccer, basketball and baseball along with a 1.5-mile trail, playground, pavilion and gardens.
Pedestrians, trains, bicycles, and motor vehicles have crossed the Brooklyn Bridge since 1883. At the time of its construction, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world, with its 1595.5 feet. It is a National Historic Landmark.
The Lower East Side of Manhattan is known for its upscale boutiques and dining establishments along Clinton Street. The location's other notable landmarks include La Plaza Cultural and music venues such as C-Squat and the Bowery Ballroom.
Located in an actual tenement building, the Tenement Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history surrounding the immigrant experience along the Lower East Side of New York City. The Visitor Center and Museum Shop are open every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.