- Our list of the best things to do in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, features the top 154 nearby activities — including 54 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Seaside Heights, NJ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Seaside Heights, NJ , followed by 143 popular activities in nearby cities, including Point Pleasant Beach, Asbury Park, Toms River, Belmar, Jackson, Brick, Freehold, Manasquan, Lakewood, Barnegat Light, Spring Lake, Long Branch, Beach Haven, Farmingdale, Surf City, Waretown and Barrow
Carnegie Lake is easily accessible for visitors interested in outdoor recreation. The clear blue water offers ample room for canoes, kayaks, and swimmers. It is also perfect for walking or biking. Parking is plentiful and the scenery is bountiful.
Root Beer Barrel is a surf and kayak company that also sells sunglasses, surfboards, kayaks, and hand-painted glass. The company sells surfboards made by companies such as WRV, Surftech, and Global Surf Industries.
97% 31 votes
20 Ellis Street, Staten Island, NY 10307 MoreLess Info
Pinot's Palette Staten Island offers a paint, drink experience. Patrons will create any number of festive, whimsical and beautiful paintings while sipping on their favorite wine or beer from Pinotâ€™s Paletteâ€™s bar and no art experience is required.
An arcade and family amusement complex, The Smile Factory offers an array of entertainment. All games at The Smile Factory are family-friendly, without violence or adult content. Games range from skee ball and other carnival games to video games.
73% 11 votes
Poillon Avenue, (between Amboy Road and Hylan Boulevard), Staten Island, NY 10312 MoreLess Info
Located on Staten Island, Blue Heron Park includes walking and hiking trails offering wonderful views of nature and wildlife. Park visitors will also enjoy seeing a blue heron sculpture that is placed at the park's entrance.
Operating as a museum since 1939, the William Trent House Museum is now owned and operated by the state of New Jersey. The stately home is available to tour and the city hosts special events on the property throughout the year.