- TripBuzz found 154 things to do with kids in or near Wildwood, New Jersey, including 134 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cape May, Ocean City, Rehoboth Beach and Lewes.
- From Wildwood Beach to Island Miniature Golf, the Wildwood area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), Mini Golf, Arcades and Aquariums.
- A suburb of Ocean City, Wildwood is a resort town with an exploding summer tourist industry. Along with oceanfront hotels, the town is also home to several historical motels designed with 1940's architecture. In addition to beach fun, tourists visiting Wildwood can further enjoy family attractions such as amusement and waterparks, as well as adult sites like nightclubs, bars and taverns.
Receiving awards on its landscaping and construction, Island Miniature Golf is the largest mini-golf course in Wildwood. The course also offers batting cages and frozen yogurt so anyone can find something to enjoy.
Make your next mini golf outing an adventure-filled event by visiting Dragon's Lair Mini Golf in Wildwood. The course is played under black lights giving the dragon-themed attractions a stunning look and feel, plan your visit today.
Wildwood Mini Golf offers visitors a 36 hole miniature golf course landscaped with rock sculptures and shrubs. In addition to miniature golf, the center has batting cages, an arcade area, an ice cream parlor, and more.
For over 30 years, your visit to the famous Jersey Shore boardwalk has not been complete without a visit to Bobby Dee's Arcade. Step back in time and enjoy the favorite games of your childhood as well as the latest games for your kids.
Seaport Aquarium is located right on the famous Jersey Boardwalk in Wildwood. Treat your family with a visit to pet the sharks, laugh at the playful monkeys, and spend time viewing the crocs and marine life on display.
For a unique attraction on the boardwalk, visit Palace of Sweets Adventure Maze and challenge yourself to a mirror maze like no other. The intricate placement of the mirrors provides visitors with the illusion of an easy escape until they try and find a way out.