- Our list of the best things to do in Hamilton, New Jersey, features the top 236 nearby activities — including 91 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Hamilton, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
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With views of the New York cityscape, Riverview-Fisk Park provides walking paths, a playground, and benches. On Sundays, the park hosts a farmers market where visitors can purchase fresh produce from local vendors.
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Dedicated exclusively to helicopters, the American Helicopter Museum and Educational Center, is a premier aviation museum which commemorates the history of rotary-winged aircraft. In addition to educational displays, the museum displays 35 aircrafts.
Directly overlooking the NYC skyline, Pier A Park is a public park which is host to many different events and activities. These include stargazing from the park's lawn, concerts, outdoor movies, and viewing of the skyline.
The 422 Sportsplex is an indoor/outdoor sports facility catering primarily to leagues and team sports. The site offers numerous soccer, flag football, and basketball courts, as well as facilities for inline hockey and indoor lacrosse.
The American Helicopter Museum & Education Center provides programs and exhibits detailing the evolution and development of vertical wing flight with demonstrations, guided tours, models, life sized air crafts, and more.
QVC Studio Park has been introducing visitors to the world of television and multimedia retailing since 1997. Featuring a guided walking tour through the 58,000 square foot studio, visitors will see behind the curtain of this iconic retail giant.
Inside Out Tours offers off the beaten path and hidden history tours of NYC. Their tours highlight establishments that locals frequent and provide visitors with the opportunity to explore the food, history, architecture and culture of New York communities.
The 5,900 square-foot Bliss Spa facility features some of the most popular spa services to both visitors and locals. There is a retail beauty salon, a nail lounge for both manicures and pedicures, ten treatment rooms, and even a brownie buffet.
Church Square Park is a neighborhood park featuring multiple playgrounds for children. The park also maintains basketball and tennis courts, a dog park, and a picnic pavilion. The park is also located near several shops and restaurants.