- TripBuzz found 350 things to do indoors in the Fort Lee area. From Nahrah Gallery to Local Battles Gaming Center, Fort Lee offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 199 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 66 different types of things to do inside in or near Fort Lee, New Jersey. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Arcades, Art Gallery, History Museums and Recreation Centers.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Fort Lee, and 346 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: New York City, Clifton, Staten Island and Yonkers.
A Puerto Rican/Latino theater called Pregones Theater presents stories about Latino experiences and identities in a style that combines theater, music and movement. It is a place for performing arts lovers to learn about the Puerto Rican/Latino culture.
With a mission to bring the arts, education, and economic strength to its community, the Bergen Performing Arts Center features accessible, entertaining, live performances. The center also features a Performing Arts School and a unique media production system.
Featuring fully digital projection and sound, the Concourse Plaza Multiplex Cinemas is a movie theater that offers guests the opportunity to view the latest movie releases. Other amenities include at-home ticketing, concessions, and theater rentals.
Offering theater classes to both children and adults, Black Box Studios hosts performances from drama clubs and workshops. It also hosts a summer camp where children can learn how to sing theatrical rock songs.
thegrassynoel GALLERY & STUDIO is an eco-friendly approach to art and technology with the goal of enriching the lives of adults and children through education. The gallery offers lessons and workshops for aspiring artists.
Opened in 1937, the Teaneck Cinemas provides moviegoers the opportunity to view a variety of different films. The auditoriums in the cinema includes rocking high-backed seats, eight channels of premium digital sound, and screens capable of showing 3-D movies.