- Our list of the best things to do in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, features the top 706 nearby activities — including 247 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fair Lawn, 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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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the pre-Revolutionary War sandstone house that is the focus of the Garretson Forge & Farm. The site is essentially a living museum that follows daily life on a colonial Dutch farm that also has an extensive garden and educational programming.
Designed with a sandy landscape, Memorial Pool of Fair Lawn allows visitors to experience the beach. The beautiful scenery, children's water play area and lifeguard towers make it a safe and fun environment for the whole family.
The mission of the Skyline Theatre Company is to bring together professional artists to create theatre that entertains and inspires audiences. The company has an apprentice program as well as a scholarship program.
Cadmus House is an old Dutch-style stone building housing historical artifacts of Fair Lawn ranging from Native American arrow heads to Word War I and II uniforms. They also feature maps from the 1880's, old farm tools and a farmhouse.
80% 5 votes
Dunkerhook Road, Paramus, NJ 07410 MoreLess Info
With waterfalls, brooks, and trails to explore, Saddle River County Park Dunkerhook Area has 577 acres consisting of 5 individual parks. There are bike paths, tennis grounds, and picnic pavilions within the park.
Named for Fritz Behnke, long-time official historian of Paramus, the Fritz Behnke Historical Museum is devoted to preserving a sense of how life in the area would have been a century ago through replicas and artifacts.
Fantasy Puppet Theater is actually the performance of one person who is frequently called The Puppeteer. Marshall Katzman currently holds a wide range of puppet shows throughout the metropolitan New York and New Jersey areas.
50% 8 votes
190 E Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450 MoreLess Info
Four individual auditoriums and a standard movie concession stand are available within the Clearview Warner Quad Movie Theater. Visitors can access popular first-run Hollywood films with some showing in 3D when available.