- Our list of the best things to do in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, features the top 705 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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Indoor Extreme Sports offers paintball, zombie lasertag, arena lasertag, black ops lasertag, and more. Guests can enjoy adrenaline pumping games in a unique indoor atmosphere that brings the challenges to life.
Hosting skate camps and hockey leagues, City Ice Pavilion has its rink open to the public for freestyle ice skating. The pavilion also offers a side studio rink that can be rented for private parties of up to 6 people.
Covering 2,772 acres, the Pelham Bay Park is the largest public park in the state. It has forests, meadows, and other types of habitats, making it ideal for hiking and wildlife watching. Among the amenities can be remembered the playgrounds, the sport fields and courts, and the picnic areas.
One of the most famous roads in the United States, Wall Street is most commonly associated with the world of finance and stock exchanges. The street has been prominently featured in Wall Street, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, and The Wolf of Wall Street.
A Revolutionary War historical site, Patriots Park was the location where Patriot militiamen apprehended British Army Officer Major John Andre. The park features of a monument to the event as well as walking trails, picnic areas and basketball courts.
Serving as a full service equestrian facility, the Bronx Equestrian Center allows for both Western and English riding styles. The center features standard trail rides, pony rides, hay wagon rides, and carriage rentals for weddings.
Ellis Island is the home of The Statue of Liberty, possibly the most famous symbol of American pride. The location also features an Immigration Museum for those who are interested in their family's genealogy or the history of American immigration.
The New York Stock Exchange, a rather active location during trading hours, is the site where stocks are bought and sold on Wall Street. Visitors will have a much easier time seeing the site on the weekend, when the markets have closed.
Made notable by Washington Irving's 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow', The Old Dutch Church and Burying Ground is a cemetery and place of worship. The church offers tours at night by lantern retelling the tale of the Headless Horseman.