- Our list of the best things to do in Freehold, New Jersey, features the top 277 nearby activities — including 95 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Freehold, 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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570 N First Road, Hammonton, NJ 08037 MoreLess Info
A family owned estate, Plagido's Winery welcomes wine connoisseurs to stop by and learn about their production. Along with hearing about their rich history, tourists can also sample wines from their collection.
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390 Hackensack Avenue One Riverside Square, Hackensack, NJ 7601 MoreLess Info
Featuring an array of upscale stores and eateries, The Shops at Riverside offer a premier shopping and dining experience. The centers anchor stores include Bloomingdales and Saks, while dining options include The Cheesecake Factory and Smash Burger.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the pre-Revolutionary War sandstone house that is the focus of the Garretson Forge & Farm. The site is essentially a living museum that follows daily life on a colonial Dutch farm that also has an extensive garden and educational programming.
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130 W Englewood Avenue, Englewood, NJ 7631 MoreLess Info
Located within the Englewood Recreation Center, the Englewood City Englewood Av Swimming Pool is a public pool popular among local residents. The pool is 25 meters long and features eight different lanes for swimming in.
Established in 1902, Poe Park is a recreational park that is dedicated to the American Poet Edgar Allen Poe. The park is home to the Poe Cottage, where Poe wrote â€˜The Bellsâ€™, â€˜Eurekaâ€™, and â€˜Annabel Leeâ€™.
The Reading Terminal Market has over 80 vendors offering groceries, handmade crafts, jewelry, clothing, flowers, and more. The indoor market first opened in 1892, and at that time boasted the largest refrigeration unit in Philadelphia with 52 separate rooms having a total of a half-million cubic feet of space.
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2900 Southern Blvd, Bronx, NY 10458 MoreLess Info
More than 1 million plants can be admired in New York Botanical Garden's 50 different gardens. It covers 250 acres and has a conservatory, a children's adventure garden, a library, and also model trains zipping through a miniature New York City.
The Hard Rock Café in Philadelphia offers fun, food, and music for the whole family. A themed menu, music memorabilia, and live entertainment from bands and the wait staff all make Hard Rock one of the biggest restaurant attractions in the city.
Founded in 1751 by Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Thomas Bond, Pennsylvania Hospital was the nation's first hospital. The hospital boasts the first medical library of the country and is still in operation today.