- TripBuzz found 602 things to do with kids in or near Hackensack, New Jersey, including 595 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Queens, Staten Island and Bronx.
- From Bowler City to Ice House Skating Rinks, the Hackensack area offers 116 different types of family activities, including: Military Museums, Bowling, Parks and Gymnastics.
- An inner suburb of New York City, Hackensack, New Jersey is located just twelve miles from Manhattan to the north west. The cityscape is very diverse, with richly contrasting neighborhoods spread throughout the city. Locals and tourists both enjoy the artistic culture and city parks the area has to offer.
Bohemia Restaurant 287 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ MoreLess Info
Colombian-influenced Latin fusion menu features fried plantains, ceviche verde, carne guisada, and grilled salmon with a mango-avocado salad
A 50-lane bowling facility, Bowler City offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring, bumpers and a pro shop. The center provides a sports bar, a grill, arcade game machines, a private event room and billiard tables.
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111 Midtown Bridge Approach, Hackensack, NJ 07601 MoreLess Info
Ice House Skating Rinks is an icehouse that holds adult hockey leagues, hockey leagues for people with disabilities, summer camps, and a skate camp. The facility offers skating lessons and a figure skating program.
The Submarine Memorial Association operates the New Jersey Naval Museum which features submarine exhibits and other unique naval artifacts. The museum offers group tours and is also available to host birthday parties.
The N J Naval Museum is a great way for school groups and troops to learn about the naval history of the region and country. Birthday parties at the museum can be a memorable event for children, they can be captain for a day and explore the submarine!
People from all over New Jersey flock to Columbus Park for its annual Columbus Day celebration. The park features a new walking track, tennis court, roller skating rink, baseball field, basketball court, and statue of its namesake.
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.
Teaneck Creek Conservancy is a nature conservancy dedicated to protecting the environment of the Teaneck Creek watershed. Visitors can expect to find several EcoArt installations and a variety of wildlife while walking on one of the park's walking trails.