- Our list of the best things to do in Englewood, New Jersey, features the top 739 nearby activities — including 253 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Englewood, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
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A Night at the Disco Central Jersey MoreLess Info
Disco heavyweights Village People, The Trammps, and Anita Ward join forces for a ’70s throwback night
Showcasing a variety of rock bands, Mexicali Live offers live music and dining. In addition to the tables near the stage, there is a seating area upstairs. The venue serves Mexican food and has a large variety of beers.
World of Wings is an educational museum that offers a number of unique and entertaining attractions and exhibits. These attractions include reptile, lizard, and amphibian exhibits, an illusion room, and a large butterfly atrium.
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2400 Hudson Ter, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 MoreLess Info
While the Palisades Interstate Park Commission covers several parks and recreational sites, it is most known for several hiking trails. There are over 30 miles of paths within the main park which can accommodate everyone from beginners to advanced hikers.
Teaneck Creek Conservancy is a nature conservancy dedicated to protecting the environment of the Teaneck Creek watershed. Visitors can expect to find several EcoArt installations and a variety of wildlife while walking on one of the park's walking trails.
Puffin Cultural Forum is a gallery and performance space that strives to bring thoughtful, socially-relevant, and provocative arts programming to the wider community. They serve as a resource offering arts workshops, guided gallery tours, art exhibitions and theater presentations.
Constitution Park is composed of almost six acres of land which are frequently used for music concerts and movie presentations during the summer. Facilities within the park include softball fields, a children's playground, patio with seating tables, and a walking track.
thegrassynoel GALLERY & STUDIO is an eco-friendly approach to art and technology with the goal of enriching the lives of adults and children through education. The gallery offers lessons and workshops for aspiring artists.
Opened in 1937, the Teaneck Cinemas provides moviegoers the opportunity to view a variety of different films. The auditoriums in the cinema includes rocking high-backed seats, eight channels of premium digital sound, and screens capable of showing 3-D movies.