- 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.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Hamilton, NJ , followed by 233 popular activities in nearby cities, including Trenton, New Hope, Princeton, New Brunswick, Doylestown, Newtown, Bensalem, Flemington, Jackson, Lambertville, Mount Laurel, East Brunswick, Freehold, Medford, Ringoes, Langhorne, Horsham, Willow Grove, Levittown, Sayreville, Englishtown, Bridgewater, Marlton, Princeton Junction, Frenchtown, Bethlehem, Philadelphia, Lakewood, Barrow and Ewing
Suitable for leagues, private events and casual bowlers, Levittown Lanes offers bowling, shoe rental and events like Moonlight Bowling. The bowling center also has a restaurant offering pizza, sandwiches and other items and a bar serving alcoholic beverages.
Seventeen-acre Marquan Park features woodlands, forest glades and open park land, and is known for its arboretum which contains 200 different tree species. Guest can view nature from the walking paths or enjoy it from the picnic and playground areas.
For over 80 years McCarter Theatre has been a center for performing arts, plays, and cultural education. Visitors can expect to see a variety of acts shown at the theater; including ballet, jazz, world music, and more.
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The exquisite architecture and manicured landscaping of Morven Museum and Garden draws locals and visitors of Princeton. The museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the area and offers an array of art exhibitions within the space.
Princeton Tour Company offers many tours to share local folklore about the Princeton community, including its famous citizens like Albert Einstein, T.S. Elion, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Robert Oppenheimer, and many U.S. Presidents. The company also offers step-on guides for bus tours.
Since 1882, the Princeton University Art Museum has been collecting works of art from throughout the world. That collection now includes over 72,000 works including Greek and Roman antiquities, Medieval and Western European sculptures and paintings, Renaissance art, and Chinese calligraphy.