- TripBuzz found 149 things to do with kids in or near Pittstown, New Jersey, including 149 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bethlehem, Doylestown, Princeton and Easton.
- From Haunted Mill to Red Mill Museum Village, the Pittstown area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and History Museums.
The Crayola Experience offers an all-ages exploration focused on color, with 21 attractions including creating and cutting a puzzle, customizing your own crayon label, art activities, a water table and a crayon making demonstration.
Organized in 1958, the New Hope Historical Society is located in the historic Parry Mansion and collects and preserves various family papers, letters, genealogy information, and oral history relating to the people and past of New Hope.
70 South Main Street, New Hope, PA 18938 MoreLess Info
Many prominent actors have graced the stage at the Bucks County Playhouse including Dick Van Dyke, Grace Kelly, Angela Lansbury, and Walter Matthau. The theater has also been used to open many plays that have been successful on Broadway.
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342 Northampton Street, Easton, PA 18042 MoreLess Info
A local-interest historical museum, the Sigal Museum & Northampton County Historical Society maintains a permanent collection of historical artifacts and memorabilia. Items of interest include displays from local businesses, including Martin Guitars and the manufacturers of Mike & Ike candies.
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453 Northampton Street, Easton, PA 18042 MoreLess Info
Built as a bank in 1873, and later re-designed as a Vaudeville-era theatre, the State Theatre Centre for the Arts is now a performing arts venue running a full season of music and live performances in its 1500-seat theatre.
An ecologically focused community learning center, Nurture Nature Center offers an array of interactive and educational programs that combine science, art, and dialogue. The center also carries out social science research.
Used as a strategic point in the revolutionary war, Goat Hill Overlook features wide views of the Delaware River as well as local connecting bridges. Picnic tables are available, as well as a trail that leads to Washington's rock.
Since 1926, Fisher Field has been home to the Lafayette football program and Lafayette Leopards Varsity football team. With local sports being a large part of the city's culture, both locals and visitors alike are regulars at the stadium.