- Our list of the best things to do in Bridgewater, New Jersey, features the top 292 nearby activities — including 98 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bridgewater, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
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The Children's Museum in Bridgewater strives to improve the quality of life to parents and children who visit through hands-on educational exhibits and programs. Exhibits include topics such as nature, natural laws of motion, animals, science and 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.
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.
Zimmerli Art Museum is a teaching museum that features over 60,000 works in its collection. The museum features a variety of educational activities and social opportunities which include lectures, performances, workshops, and classes.
Visitors have come to the Wrightman's Farms since 1922 to pick their own fruit and vegetables. Some of the vegetables that can be picked include tomatoes, string beans, lettuce, spring onions, and peppers, while some of the fruit that can be picked include apples, peaches, plums, and zucchini.
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Guests can enjoy a 2 hour guided walking tour of News Brunswick with Historic Walking Tours of New Brunswick - Day Tours. The sightseeing tour explores a variety of locations including colonial houses, graveyards, and churches.
Part of the Rutgers University campus, Rutgers Geology Museum was founded in 1872 by George Cook. The museum offers guided tours and exhibits that include an Egyptian mummy, a dinosaur trackway, a mastodon skeleton and a variety of minerals.
Griggstown Canoe and Kayak Rentals is a rental shop that provides easy access to the various local waterways. They rent canoes and kayaks and are located near a park that has picnic tables and a bike path.