Every December, Washington’s historic crossing of the Delaware is reenacted at Washington Crossing State Park in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. During the reenactment, the park hosts many fascinating displays and demonstrations. Families can tour several historic buildings on the grounds and learn about blacksmithing, colonial games, candle-making, quilt-making, cooking, crafts, musket-firing drills and more.
Time to start planning for those weekend festivals, beach getaways, and food and wine extravaganzas in New Jersey!
Thanks to Diggerland USA, everyone can fulfill their desire to drive a skid steer, dig with a big digger, and ride in front loader.
While our off-season trip to the Jersey Shore did not include bathing suits, swimming, ice cream, or even much sunshine, we enjoyed a slow-paced weekend that was the perfect opportunity to explore the area without the crowds.
Hang on to the fun as long as possible! Here are five places to squeeze in some end-of-summer celebrations in New Jersey.
Raging Waters at Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, NJ, offers some unique features that elevate the fun factor over and above any water park I’ve ever visited.
Field Station: Dinosaurs brings you back in time with animatronic dinosaurs and a roaring good time!
As much as I enjoy New York City, I’m here to tell you that the Garden State has a lot to offer Super Bowl visitors, especially if you want to avoid the big crowds and high costs of New York City.
When you need to beat the summer heat and still have fun with the kids, these attractions offer super indoor summer fun in NJ – without the sweat!
Much of the state of New Jersey is a rural playground full of parks, farms, rolling hills, rivers, lakes and living history. Here are 11 things to do in New Jersey that aren’t on the shore.