Things to Do in Hamilton, NJ

Showing 981-990 of 1011
49.6 Miles
92% 109 votes
Art Museum 31 N 5th St., Allentown, PA 18101 MoreLess Info
Over 13,000 works of art, including European and American art, along with a 16,000-title research library and over 40 current and past periodicals are housed at the Allentown Art Museum. The museum features paintings, textiles, prints, and drawings.
49.6 Miles
96% 9938 votes
Bridges City Hall Park, Brooklyn, NY MoreLess Info
Pedestrians, trains, bicycles, and motor vehicles have crossed the Brooklyn Bridge since 1883. At the time of its construction, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world, with its 1595.5 feet. It is a National Historic Landmark.
49.6 Miles
97% 2125 votes
Historic Sites Remsen St to Orange St along the East River, Brooklyn, NY MoreLess Info
The Esplanade, or the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, runs for a 1/3 of a mile and offers the viewer the sights of Lower Manhattan and the New York Harbor.
49.6 Miles
17% 6 votes
Sculpture Parks 1243 South Cedar Crest Blvd., Allentown, PA 18103 MoreLess Info
An interesting site to see in Allentown is the Philip and Muriel Berman Sculpture Park. The park features 35 permanent sculptures of stone slabs scattered around the grounds 118 acres.
49.6 Miles
100% 3 votes


Theaters 145 6th Avenue, New York City, NY 10013 MoreLess Info
Guests of HERE will have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of different artistic works, including avant-garde theatre, dance, and music performances. The location also hosts opera festivals and art exhibitions.
49.6 Miles
92% 154 votes
Other Landmarks New York City, NY MoreLess Info
The New York Harbor features 27,000 acres of park space, which includes natural habitats, museum collections, and historic buildings. Visitors of this site can take the 'America: Who We Are' harbor cruise that teaches riders about the history of New York.
49.6 Miles
68% 154 votes
Bridges New York City, NY MoreLess Info
Constructed in 1909, the Queensboro Bridge connects Long Island City to the Queens borough of Manhattan. The location has been featured in a variety of motion pictures, including The Dark Knight Rises, Spider-Man, and Woody Allen's Manhattan.
49.6 Miles
79% 192 votes


Neighborhoods New York City, NY MoreLess Info
TrBeCa, which stands for Triangle Below Canal, is a rather quiet neighborhood in New York City that features shops, art galleries, and some of the most highly-acclaimed restaurants in New York City. The location is within travelling distance from Wall Street, Little Italy, and Greenwich Village.
49.6 Miles
92% 25 votes
Hiking Trails Lake George, NY MoreLess Info
Offering a view of Lake George, the Black Mountain Loop allows travelers to hike up the Black Mountain. The trails provide routes to several pond areas that can be used for swimming or picnics.
49.6 Miles
87% 15 votes
Walking Trails Lake George, NY MoreLess Info
With views of Lake George, the Lakeside Trail allows walking on a mostly paved path. In addition to views of the lake, walkers and hikers can see parasailers, the beaches along the lake, and steamboats.