- Our list of the best things to do in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, features the top 160 nearby activities — including 50 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Egg Harbor Township, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Amusement, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Egg Harbor Township, NJ , followed by 153 popular activities in nearby cities, including Atlantic City, Ocean City, Stone Harbor, Beach Haven, Somers Point, Hammonton, Millville, Sea Isle City, Vineland, Mays Landing, Cape May Court House, Avalon, Brigantine, Tuckerton and Ocean View
As a part of Rutgers University, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts features the work of local and international artists in its art gallery. At the Stedman Gallery Stage, visitors can watch poetry, book readings, films, and other arts performances.
83% 18 votes
401 N Delaware Avenue, Camden, NJ 08102 MoreLess Info
The Camden Riversharks Professional Baseball Club are an independent minor league team who play in the class A Atlantic League. The team plays its home games in Campbell's Park, and regularly offers family promotions and giveaways at games.
DuPont nature center is an arm of the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife. Visitors will learn about local wildlife and fish, and can see horseshoe crabs spawning and the migration of shore birds, depending on the time of year.
92% 1588 votes
143 South Third Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
The Independence National Historical Park features the Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall, Benjamin Franklin Museum, B. Free Franklin Post Office, City Tavern, Congress Hall, Great Essential Exhibit, and Independence Archeology Lab. The mile long block is where the Declaration of Independence and the United…
93% 649 votes
N. 2nd Street at Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
An attraction of both spirituality and history, the Christ Church in Philadelphia boasts Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross, and George Washington as former congregation members. The church offers tours during the day so families and groups can discover the beginning of religious freedom.
92% 791 votes
101 South Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106 MoreLess Info
Core exhibits at the National Museum of American Jewish History trace the story of Jewish immigration to America, from its beginnings in the mid-1600s to present day, including a Hall of Fame featuring eighteen high-profile Jewish-Americans including Albert Einstein, Leonard Bernstein and Steven Spielberg.
64% 269 votes
On the Delaware River from Market St. to Lombard St., Philadelphia, PA 19103 MoreLess Info
A waterfront ideal for summer events, Penn's Landing packs its calendar with countless events in the summer and fall months. Outdoor movie screenings, culture festivals, and concerts can be enjoyed in the summer, while ice skating, fireworks, and the independence seaport museum can be enjoyed in the colder mont…
Founded in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond, Pennsylvania Hospital was the nation's first hospital. The hospital boasts the first medical library of the country and is still in operation today.
Philadelphia's Magic Gardens features an art gallery, community art center, and a unique mosaic art environment by artist Isaiah Zagar. Visitors will find a wide variety of artwork on display, as well as art classes and educational programs.