- TripBuzz found 145 things to do with kids in or near North Wildwood, New Jersey, including 141 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cape May, Ocean City, Wildwood and Lewes.
- From Ed's Funcade to Albert I. Allen Memorial Park, the North Wildwood area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Arcades, Playgrounds, Water Parks and Marinas.
- Located on the beaches of the Jersey Shore is the city of North Wildwood. The city is a family-friendly tourist community, offering a wide selection of recreational activities on and off the water. Three amusement parks, a boardwalk and waterfront shops and restaurants are among the most popular places to visit.
Located along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, the Playland Arcade features classic carnival games like horse races, skeeball, and multiple pinball machines. Select modern games are available at the arcade too, including air hockey and Jurassic Park.
In the middle of the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk, Ryan's Mini Golf, gives its guests an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle and play a fun round of golf. Located on the roof of Ryan's Beach Store, the site offers splendid views of the water and surrounding area.
The Dogfish Head Brew Pub Tour is offered by the six days a week and takes visitors on a 60 minute journey through a brewhouse, cellars and bottling line. Patrons can also visit the tasting room for drinks.
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With Delaware River & Bay Lighthouse Foundation Tours, visitors can view historic Delaware lighthouses like Breakwater Light up close by boat. Visitors also have the opportunity to spot dolphins from the boat.
Dedicated to preserving the history of the region, Rehoboth Beach Museum features displays containing model trains, vintage clothing, photographs, and more. The museum hosts community events like lego robot classes and embroidery lectures.
Located within walking distance of the Atlantic Ocean, Silver Lake, provides visitors with an opportunity to get away from the crowds and relax in solitude. A walking/biking path surrounds the lake, and there are places for visitors to unwind and enjoy the wildlife and water.