- Our list of the best things to do in Chester, New Jersey, features the top 182 nearby activities — including 58 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Chester, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Chester, NJ , followed by 169 popular activities in nearby cities, including Morristown, West Orange, Edison, New Brunswick, Flemington, Bridgewater, Clinton, Westfield, Summit, Union, Hackettstown, Parsippany, West Milford, Montclair, Ringoes, Phillipsburg, Livingston, Pittstown, Princeton, Wayne, Budd Lake, Linden, Frenchtown and Newark
Tomasello Winery at Alstede Farms 1 Alstede Farms Ln., Chester, NJ MoreLess Info
Guests sample up to five varietals from this family winery before taking home their very own souvenir wine glass and bottle of vino
Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill is a farm and bakery specializing in cider products. Although the bakery is the main attraction, the farm also hosts a variety of events, such as a corn maze, pumpkin picking, and a cider making demonstration.
A variety of activities is offered at Alstede Farms which serves as a sustainable organic farm that covers roughly 600 acres. Visitors are able to take tours of the farms, taste products, purchase fresh produce and specialty food items,and even pick their own produce if desired.
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270 Route 206 South, Chester, NJ 07930 MoreLess Info
The Streets of Chester Shopping Center offers a variety of shops to choose from, as well as a great place to walk and browse through the many bargains. Store categories include cosmetics, fashion, stationary, jewelry, health, and more.
Known as the busiest park in the township, Chubb Park offers over 85 acres of sports and leisure amenities. The park includes multiple picnic areas, a tennis court, multiple athletic fields, children's playground, ice rink and nature pond and more.
Situated on 560 acres, Black River County Park is home to Bamboo Brook Education Center, Willowwood Arboretum, Cooper Mill and the Elizabeth Kay Environmental Center. It features 9.2 miles of hiking trails and can be used for fishing and birding.
Riamede Farm features a 35-acre orchard where visitors can pick their own apples. They have a variety of different trees, and apples are within reach of children. They also feature a pumpkin patch where visitors can cut their own pumpkins.
Fresh produce, seasonal plants, tailgate markets, and baked goods are available at the Stony Hill Gardens & Farm Market. A Maze Fun Park also allows children and families to explore corn mazes, rope mazes, and gemstone mining in addition to picking their own pumpkins, apples, and Christmas trees.
Spanning 223-acres of land, the Kay Environmental Center is a leisure park that features numerous gardens, a visitors center, trails, and restrooms. The park also has meeting rooms that are available for gatherings or events.