Things to Do in Fair Lawn, NJ

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17.4 Miles
100% 2 votes
Parks John F Kennedy Blvd W, Bayonne, NJ 07002 MoreLess Info
At the Mayor Richard A. Rutkowski Park, visitors can go walking on a natural trail or ride on a bike path. The location serves as a sanctuary for birds, providing wildlife viewing opportunities to its visitors.
17.5 Miles
74% 117 votes
Parks Broadway & Whitehall Street, New York City, NY 10004 MoreLess Info
Bowling Green is a small public park that previously served as council ground for Native American tribes. This site was also famously the place where Manhattan was purchased by Peter Minuit in 1626.
17.5 Miles
92% 26 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas 99 Dromore Road, Greenburgh, NY MoreLess Info
Greenburgh Nature Center & Manor House is a beautiful 33-acre nature preserve built for conservation and educational purposes. The center features lush gardens, meadows, wetlands and walking trails as well as hands on educational programs for all ages.
17.5 Miles
100% 2 votes
Art Museum Bowling Green 1, The George Gustav Heye Center, Yonkers, NY 10004 MoreLess Info
One of three facilities affiliated with the National Museum of the American Indian, the Yonkers branch is also known as the George Gustav Haye Center. It hosts exhibits, educational programs, and performances pertaining to Native American history.
17.6 Miles
76% 75 votes
Architectural Buildings 5 Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY MoreLess Info
The tallest skyscraper in New York outside of New York City, Corning Tower stands 589 feet in height. Corning Tower's main attraction is an observation deck on the building's 42nd floor, which is freely accessible by the public.
17.6 Miles
75% 213 votes
Flea Markets 27 N. 6th St. (btw. Kent Ave. + East River), Brooklyn, NY 11211 MoreLess Info
Vintage, antique, and handmade items are coupled with food vendors to compose the Brooklyn Flea Market – Williamsburg. The market is held year round, but it moves into an indoor area during the winter months.
17.6 Miles
73% 661 votes
Historic Sites Fulton & South Streets, Pier 17, New York City, NY 10038 MoreLess Info
At the South Street Seaport, guests will be able to shop at stores ranging from Abercrombie and Fitch and Studio Manhattan to Local Charm and Rialto Jean Project. Visitors of this site can also dine at establishments such as Eddie's Pizza and Carl's Steaks.
17.6 Miles
29% 17 votes
Bowling 1 Garfield Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305 MoreLess Info
A 60-lane bowling facility, Hudson Bayonne Lanes offers both open and league bowling with automatic scoring and bumpers. The center has a full service bar and grill, arcade game machines and a private event room.
17.6 Miles
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Horseback Riding 218 Conklin, West Milford, NJ 7435 MoreLess Info
Providing 20 stalls for horse boarding, Sarah Stinneford Equestrian has outdoor training facilities and trails for visitors to take their horses on. The barn hosts horse shows where visitors can see riders perform tricks on their horses.
17.6 Miles
75% 4 votes
Dog Park 25 Avenue, Queens, NY MoreLess Info
Landing Lights Park is where Laguardia Airport has their landing lights. Patrons can watch planes land from this venue. There are 3 separate fields to landing lights. Patrons can also carry their dogs.
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