- Our list of the best things to do in Ridgewood, New Jersey, features the top 704 nearby activities — including 246 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Ridgewood, 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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Customers make glass picture frames, plaques, or wavy, sushi-shaped catch-all dishes and square plates, and decorate projects as they like
Situated on 146 acres, Van Saun Park features a nationally accredited zoological park, the Washington Spring Garden and a miniature train offering rides. It also has picnic and fishing areas, a carousel, playground and fields for soccer and baseball.
Indian Hills Farms is a stable and riding education facility that offers boarding and equestrian instruction to students of all skills. Instructors teach both Western and English technique and also offer a summer camp for more intensive daily training.
A wooded area, Besen Park features grass fields that can be used for picnics and open field sports like baseball, soccer and football. The park also has a children's playground with swings, a play structure and an obstacle course.
An intimate 922 seat theater, the Shea Center for the Performing Arts was constructed in 1965. The center hosts a wide variety of events including lectures, meetings, theatre, concerts, and dance recitals.
The Fabian 8 Cinema offers its guests the chance to enjoy first-run movies in 3D. The location also hosts meetings and birthday parties, which can feature DJs, photographers, and catering services depending on the package.
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While not as big as neighboring malls in the region, The Outlets at Bergen Town Center still has several major stores such as Jared, Target, Whole Foods Market, and Century 21 Department Store. Food options are also available at Bobby's Burger Palace and FrozenPeaks.
The Paterson Falls are a little different from similar parks. Many people visit to experience the famous waterfalls, but the immediate surrounding area is full of history and visitors can take a look at some of America's earliest manufacturing mills.
The Paterson Museum strives to preserve the industrial history of the town of Paterson. The exhibits within the museum contain large collections of industrial-era goods and tools in addition to a large locomotive engine available for viewing.