|#1 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Six Flags Great Adventure
~8.20 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Six Flags Great Adventure is a theme park in Jackson Township, New Jersey, located in Central New Jersey. Owned by the Six Flags brand of theme parks, the park also contains the Six Flags Wild Safari animal park and Hurricane Harbor water park. The park is very popular due to its close proximity to both the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas. The park contains eleven themed areas, four of which are especially built for small children.Great Adventure is known for roller coasters such as Nitro, Superman: Ultimate Flight, Bizarro (Medusa), Batman: The Ride, Great American Scream Machine and Rolling Thunder. The park has been home to the world's tallest and fastest roller coaster, Kingda Ka, since 2005, and has one of the tallest, fastest, and steepest wooden coasters, El Toro, sin...
|#2 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
400 Pennsbury Memorial Rd Morrisville PA - 215-736-9169
~11.76 miles from Wrightstown city center
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|#3 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~13.53 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Waterfront Park continues to be one of the best draws in all of minor league baseball. Whether it's because of the stadium itself, or because of the 3.5 million people that live in the vicinity, can be debated. When it was built in '94, Waterfront was one of the first of the new breed of stadiums - those that have an open concourse at the top of the seating bowl, with luxury boxes stacked on top. So having visited for the first time in '99, I was not as impressed as I might have been several years ago. Still there is little debating that this is one of the finest parks in the Eastern League. Set on the Delaware River, the water can be seen over the right field fence. So for those who can see the water from their seats, this is definitely a scenic park. The Thunder put on a good show with m...
|#4 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Sovereign Bank Arena
81 Hamilton Ave Trenton NJ - 609-656-3200
~13.79 miles from Wrightstown city center
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The Sun National Bank Center (formerly known as the Sovereign Bank Arena, and also referred to as the Mercer County Arena) is a $53 million, 8,500 seat arena in Trenton, New Jersey, that is home to the Trenton Devils of the ECHL and other special events. In 2011 it will be home to the Trenton Steel of the American Indoor Football Association. Naming rights to the arena were bought by Sovereign Bank for a ten year, $2.7 million term in support of its newly acquired Trenton Savings Bank and other New jersey branches. On November 13, 2009, Sun National Bank signed a naming rights deal for seven years for $2.1 million.The Arena opened on October 6, 1999 with a World Wrestling Entertainment event. Since opening, the Arena has hosted over 1200 events with over 4,000,000 guests attending and ha...
|#5 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Paws Farm Nature Center
1105 Hainesport Mount Laurel Mt Laurel NJ - 856-778-8795
~17.63 miles from Wrightstown city center
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This refuge for injured and orphaned wildlife also features nature trails and some "touch and feel" exhibits where children may pet and feed some of the animals.Contact: 856-778-8795
|#6 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~17.63 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Sesame Place is not only a fun place to bring young kids, there are rides and attractions that will appeal to all ages.Sesame Place might be assumed to only be a place to bring young kids, but it is not. While young kids familiar with Sesame Street the TV show and the Children's Television Workshop (CTW) will enjoy the surroundings and characters, older kids (of all ages) will enjoy the rides and many of the parks features. The rides are usually grouped into two age groups: under 7 only and those of most ages (small children will be required to participate with a responsible adult/older person).The rides are grouped into two categories: wet and dry. Some people see the parks as primarily a water park, but there are plenty of things to do to stay dry. The wet rides are tubing st...
|#7 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Mount Laurel NJ
~18.23 miles from Wrightstown city center
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The Funplex is a spectacular family entertainment center. Exciting indoor and outdoor attractions and arcade activities make this a great to come with family, friends, and on company outings. And the packages we make for special visits of all kinds — from birthday parties to corporate team-building outings, make this ideal for your special event!
|#8 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
La Luna Banquet Hall
4610 Bensalem Blvd. Bensalem PA - (215) 633-8395
~18.26 miles from Wrightstown city center
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|#9 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Princeton Battlefield State Park
~18.78 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Princeton Battlefield State Park is a 100-acre (40 ha) state park located in Princeton, New Jersey. The park preserves the site of the Battle of Princeton (January 3, 1777), which was a victory for General Washington's revolutionary forces over British forces. The park is maintained by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry, and is located on Mercer Road (Princeton Pike), about 1.5 miles south of Princeton University and 3.8 miles north of Interstate 295/95..Highlights of the park include the Princeton Battlefield site; the Clarke House Museum (see below); Mercer Oak, a tree which stood in the middle of the battlefield; the Ionic Colonnade designed by Thomas U. Walter (architect of the US Capitol Building); and a stone patio marking the grave of 21 British and 15 American soldiers...
|#10 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~19.25 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Palmer Stadium was a stadium in Princeton, New Jersey. It hosted the Princeton University Tigers football team, as well as the track and field team. The stadium held 45,750 people at its peak and was opened in 1914 with a game against Dartmouth. It closed in 1996 (against the same Dartmouth team) before Princeton University Stadium was built on the site (albeit pushed slightly further north) in 1997.The building was named for Stephen S. Palmer, a trustee of the university, by his son, Edgar Palmer III. Like Harvard Stadium, it was horseshoe-shaped (which was modeled after the Greek Olympic Stadium), but was wider, including a full-sized track (around the football field) instead of the smaller one at Harvard. It opened to the south (facing Lake Carnegie) and the grand main entrance was at...
|#11 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Central Jersey Behavioral
1691 Route 9 Toms River NJ - 732-286-4666
~19.25 miles from Wrightstown city center
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|#12 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~19.27 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Drumthwacket is the official residence of the Governor of New Jersey and is located at 344 Stockton Street in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. Drumthwacket is close to Trenton, the state capital.The original portion of the building was constructed in 1835 by then-future Governor Charles S. Olden. Its name comes from two Scottish Gaelic words that mean "wooded hill."In 1893, the property was purchased by Moses Taylor Pyne, a Trustee and great benefactor of Princeton University, who greatly expanded the home and constructed an elaborate decorative garden. The renovations and expansions under Pyne were carried out by architect Raleigh Gildersleeve, who also built many buildings on the Princeton campus, as well as a number of Princeton's eating clubs. Pyne died in 1921, and the proper...
|#13 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~19.39 miles from Wrightstown city center
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McCarter Theatre is a not-for-profit, professional company on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. It is one of the most active cultural centers in the nation, offering over 200 performances of theater, dance, music and special events each year. Over 200,000 people come to McCarter each season.Coordinates: 40°20'39.51?N 74°39'38.53?WMcCarter Theatre Center is recognized as one of this country’s leading regional theaters, and is the only organization in this country that is both a professional producing theater and a major presenter of the performing arts. With this identity comes a unique commitment to creating, developing and producing new work for the stage, re-investigating classical theatrical repertoire, and bringing the best of the world’s performing art...
|#14 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Albert Einstein's House
~19.42 miles from Wrightstown city center
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|#15 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Princeton University Stadium
~19.44 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Princeton University Stadium is a stadium in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Princeton Tigers. The stadium opened in 1998 on the site of Princeton's former stadium, Palmer Stadium, and seats 27,773.The year and a half needed to tear down Palmer Stadium and build the new field where it has stood meant that Princeton would not have an operational stadium for the 1997 season. Because of this the team was forced to play all of their games on the road.The stadium's exterior shell mirrors the layout of Palmer Stadium, and the grandstands are four sided, with a second deck added on all sides except the south. The press box and luxury boxes are located above the west-side upper deck. One of the stadium's structural ...
|#16 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Princeton University Art Museum
~19.52 miles from Wrightstown city center
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The Princeton University Art Museum is Princeton University's gallery of art, located in Princeton, New Jersey. Founded in 1882, it now houses over 72,000 works of art that range from antiquity to the contemporary period. The Princeton University Art Museum dedicates itself to supporting and enhancing the university’s goals of teaching, research, and service in fields of art and culture, as well as to serving regional communities and visitors from around the world. Its collections concentrate on the Mediterranean region, Western Europe, China, the United States, and Latin America.The museum has a large collection of Greek and Roman antiquities, including ceramics, marbles, bronzes, and Roman mosaics from Princeton University’s excavations in Antioch. Medieval Europe is represented by scu...
|#17 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
1 Nassau Hall Princeton NJ - 609-258-3000
~19.54 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Princeton University is a private research university located in Princeton, New Jersey, United States. The school is one of the eight universities of the Ivy League, and is one of the nine Colonial Colleges founded before the American Revolution.Princeton provides undergraduate and graduate instruction in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering. Princeton does not offer professional schooling generally, but it does offer professional master's degrees (mostly through the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs) and doctoral programs.Founded in 1746 at Elizabeth, New Jersey, as the College of New Jersey, it was moved to Newark in 1747, then to Princeton in 1756 and renamed Princeton University in 1896. (The present-day The College of New Jerse...
|#18 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Nassau Hall (Old Nassau)
~19.61 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Nassau Hall (or Old Nassau) is the oldest building at Princeton University in the borough of Princeton, New Jersey (USA). At the time it was built in 1754, Nassau Hall was the largest building in colonial New Jersey. Designed originally by Robert Smith, the building was subsequently remodeled by notable American architects Benjamin Latrobe and John Notman. In the early years of Princeton University (then the College of New Jersey), Nassau Hall accommodated classrooms, a library, a chapel, and residential space for students and faculty. It housed the university's first Department of Psychology, for example.During the events of the American Revolutionary War, Nassau Hall was possessed by both British and American forces and suffered considerable damage, especially during the Battle of Prin...
|#19 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~19.63 miles from Wrightstown city center
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This historic structure was the residence of Richard Stockton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.
|#20 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
4 Chambers St Princeton NJ - 609-924-6350
~19.73 miles from Wrightstown city center
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At the Gilded Lion, Leo Arons presents fine art and antiques in a comfortable atmosphere of elegance and connoisseurship. Located in Princeton's historic district, just across the street from Princeton University and one block from the Nassau Inn, the gallery has long been an important destination for the experienced collector and browser alike. At the gallery, the discerning visitor will discover art and antiques of many periods and cultures. A uniformly high level of artistry and quality assures that any purchase will give pleasure and value in the years to come. Leo Arons' studies have been published by the Princeton University Library and Princeton University Art Museum. He has lectured widely and, as a certified member of the American Society of Appraisers, provides authoritat...
|#21 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~19.77 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Palmer Square is a collection of shops, restaurants, offices and residential spaces in Princeton, New Jersey. Originally built in 1936-1939 by Edgar Palmer, heir to the New Jersey Zinc fortune, the Square was created by architect Thomas Stapleton in the Colonial Revival style as the town's complement to Princeton University, which sits across Nassau Street from the Square.In order to build the original Square, Birch Street was removed in 1929 and its houses, the center of the original African-American neighborhood of Princeton, were moved to Birch Avenue. Construction of the Square was delayed until 1936 by the depression, and plans to extend the Square past Hulfish Street were put on hold after the initial phase of construction was completed, and were not realized until the 1980s, along...
|#22 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Princeton Public Library
~19.87 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Princeton Public Library 65 Witherspoon St.Princeton, NJ 08542Tel: 609-924-9529Library HoursMonday - Thursday9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.Friday and Saturday9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.Sunday1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.LocationThe Princeton Public Library is located at 65 Witherspoon Street, at the corner of Witherspoon and Wiggins Streets, in Princeton Borough. You can see our location on a Yahoo! map.Parking Library parking is available in the Spring Street municipal lot located adjacent to the library. Drivers can enter the lot from Spring Street or through the library access driveway off Wiggins Street. Library card holders who are residents of the Princeton Township or Borough can have their tickets validated for 2 hours of free parking, all others will receive 1/2 hour ...
|#23 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~20.09 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Princeton Cemetery is located in Borough of Princeton, New Jersey. It is owned by the Nassau Presbyterian Church. John F. Hageman in his 1878 history of Princeton, New Jersey refers to the cemetery as: "The Westminster Abbey of the United States."
|#24 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Princeton Township Hall
~20.51 miles from Wrightstown city center
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|#25 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
~20.63 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Byberry is a place name in Northeast Philadelphia that can have several references.Byberry is a neighborhood in the far northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Originally it was incorporated as the Township of Byberry and was the northeasternmost municipality of Philadelphia County before the City and County consolidated in 1854.Byberry had a strong abolitionist presence and may have been an original stop on the Underground Railroad. Today, the area occupied by the township is mostly synonymous with the neighborhood of Somerton, as neighborhoods Byberry and Somerton tend to overlap.Byberry can also refer to Byberry Road, an often-congested traffic artery that connects to Roosevelt Boulevard (U.S. 1) and the unfinished Woodhaven Road Expressway (Pennsylvania Route 63), eventu...
|#26 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Franklin Mills Mall
~20.73 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Stand-alone stores adjacent to the main mall include Wal-Mart, Pathmark (formerly known as Super Fresh), Dick's Sporting Goods and Raymour & Flanigan in a failed Carrefour building, plus various fast food eateries and restaurants. In addition, there is a neighboring strip mall called "Franklin Marketplace" (former Home & Design Center) which now serves as a campus of the CHI Institute and also a Big Lots store. Also included on site are a Bally Total Fitness gym, a non-denominational church called Bethel, The Church @ Franklin Mills, a Sam's Club, and a Toys "?" Us.
|#27 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
PARX Casino and Philadelphia Racetrack
~20.86 miles from Wrightstown city center
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|#28 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Laurel Acres Park
Mount Laurel NJ
~21.02 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Laurel Acres Park, located in Mount Laurel NJ is an award winning park in New Jersey.Address: 1045 S. Church Street, Mount Laurel, NJ 080543 Major Playground Areas for ChildrenPavilion and grills for summer fun.Parcourse Fitcenter - Exercise Training AreaDog RunFishing Lake stocked by U.S. Fish and WildlifeNature Trails carved through woodsJogging/RollerBlading Path Throughout ParkSledding Hill - WinterConcerts on the Hill - SummerVeterans' MemorialBeach Volleyball CourtRestroom and Vending Facilities90 Foot Infield Championship Baseball FieldNew 60 Foot Infield Baseball Quad (Four Fields)Five Soccer Fields.
|#29 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
Herrontown Woods Arboretum
~21.37 miles from Wrightstown city center
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Herrontown Woods Arboretum (142 acres) is an arboretum located on Snowden Lane near the junction with Herrontown Road, in Princeton, New Jersey. It is open to the public every day at no cost.The arboretum was donated to the Mercer County Park Commission in 1957 by mathematician Prof. Oswald Veblen (1880-1960) of the Institute for Advanced Study, and is preserved in its natural state. It contains a pine forest, over 30 species of trees, shrubs, and flowers, and walking trails.
|#30 of 30 Things To Do in Wrightstown|
17 Washington St Toms River NJ - 732-818-9040
~21.47 miles from Wrightstown city center
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The Waterhouse Museum is located at 17 Washington Street, Toms River, New Jersey. The museum exhibits art by Colonel Charles Waterhouse, a U. S. Marine veteran of the Battle of Iwo Jima during World War II. The works at the museum depict military scenes from the American Revolutionary War to the present with a focus on the Marine Corps.The Museum includes:Colonel’s StudioConference GalleryFoyer GalleryIllustration GalleryMain GalleryStudio Gallery