- Our list of the best things to do in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, features the top 238 nearby activities — including 91 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Cherry Hill, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Cherry Hill, NJ , followed by 221 popular activities in nearby cities, including Philadelphia, Media, Camden, Trenton, Norristown, Bensalem, Newtown, Wayne, Mount Laurel, Hammonton, Medford, Langhorne, Horsham, Voorhees, King of Prussia, Marlton, Glenside, Willow Grove, Levittown, Valley Forge, Chester, Bethlehem, Drexel Hill and Lansdale
100% 3 votes
1023 Fern Hill Road, West Chester, PA 19380 MoreLess Info
West Goshen Community park is a city park that offers a variety of recreational settings, from sand volleyball pits to tennis and basketball courts. Multiple areas with playground equipment for children and fitness trails are also offered.
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1755 Creek Road, Chadds Ford, PA 19317 MoreLess Info
The Christian C. Sanderson Museum documents the history of the Chadds Ford area. Exhibits cover artists including N.C. Wyeth, artifacts from the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and both world wars.
71% 7 votes
Fillmore Street & Franklin Avenue, Phoenixville, PA 19460 MoreLess Info
Completely fenced in, Reservoir Dogs Park provides a place for pets to run off-leash. And for added safety and convenience, there is also a designated space in which smaller dogs can roam freely and enjoy.
Wilmington Riverwalk is a 1,3 mile-long riverwalk, where the visitor can relax and enjoy the sight of the many species of plants guarding the trail. Birdhouses are all over the place. The Hare pavilion can accommodate 300 people.
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.
Brandywine Park is divided by grey stone walls built of local stone in the late 1800's. The park maintains trails that wind along creeks along with open fields that are excellent for picnics, kite flying and disc golf.
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.