Activities in Mount Holly, NJ


$9 for Four Adult Admissions to The Historic Burlington County Prison Museum ($16 Value)

The Historic Burlington County Prison Museum

Mount Holly

204-year-old prison and National Historic Landmark built by America’s first native-born architect gives glimpse into 19th-century jail life

$16 $9

Four Dance Classes from Arabesque Studio of Dance and Modeling (45% Off)

Arabesque Studio Of Dance And Modeling Llc

Westampton

From the merchant: Try four different types of dance or four classes of one; almost all types of dance offered for ages 3 through adult

$58 $32

Unlimited Pop-N-Play Visits for One or Two Children at My Little Adventures Learn and Play (Up to 82% Off)

My Little Adventures Learn and Play

My Little Adventures Learn and Play

Kids up to 6 years old play on slides, chutes, and other equipment all summer long

$160 $33

Ice Skating for Two or Four at The Igloo Ice Rink at Mount Laurel (48% Off)

The Igloo Ice Rink at Mount Laurel

Mount Laurel

Skaters glide around an indoor ice rink complete with a snack bar and pro shop

$20 $11

BYOB Painting Class for One or Two at Leaping Dog Art Studios (Up to 57% Off)

Leaping Dog Art Studios

Bordentown

Seasoned artist guides students through the basics of painting in a friendly, inviting environment as they sip beverages brought from home

$35 $17

$15 for One Hour of Trampoline Play for Two at Stratosphere Trampoline Park ($30 Value)

Stratosphere Trampoline Park-Hainesport

Multiple Locations

Jumpers bounce around 10,000 sq. ft. of trampolines at an arena that features open play every day

$30 $15

Garden State Discovery Museum Visit for Two or Four (Up to 44% Off)

Garden State Discovery Museum

Greentree

Children’s museum educates kids through hands-on exhibits that cover wildlife, science, and sports

$25.90 $15

Two or Four iPlay America Indoor-Theme-Park Game Cards (50% Off)

iplay America

iPlay America

The nearly 4-acre park encompasses boardwalk-style rides, arcade games, a go-kart track, and a two-level laser-tag arena

$80 $39.95

Paint-Your-Own Ceramics for Two or Four at Color Me Mine- Hamilton (Up to 47% Off)

Color Me Mine

Yardville

Paint bisque plates, piggy banks, and garden decorations

$30 $17

Paintball with Equipment for One or Two at QuickShot Paintball (Up to 56% Off)

QuickShot Paintball

Shamong

Players are equipped with markers, gear, and paintballs before heading to a choice of seven wooded fields and a regulation speedball arena

$40 $19

5 Seconds of Summer: Sounds Live Feels Live Tour on July 10 at 7:30 p.m.

5 Seconds of Summer: Sounds Live Feels Live Tour

PNC Bank Arts Center

The Billboard chart-toppers behind 2015’s smash album Sounds Good Feels Good hits the road with One Ok Rock and Hey Violet

$35.25 $15

Admission for Two Adults or Two Adults and Three Children to Shofuso Japanese House & Garden (Up to 39% Off)

Shofuso Japanese House & Garden

Fairmount Park

Traditional-style Japanese house and garden features koi pond and structures, showcasing the history of Japanese culture in Philadelphia

$27 $17

Admission with Train Rides for Four or Six at Camden Children's Garden (Up to 50% Off)

Camden Children's Garden

Cooper Grant

Celebrate trains with crafts and games spread among enchanting gardens where kids explore the natural world and their own imaginations

$40 $20

Dolphin-Watching Tour or Whale-and-Dolphin-Watching Tour for 1 or 2 from Cape May Whale Watcher (Up to 52% Off)

Cape May Whale Watcher

Lower

Head out in a boat in the Atlantic Ocean to watch dolphins for two hours or dolphins and whales for three hours

$30 $15

$31 for Shooting-Range Package for 2 with Choice of Rental at Garden State Shooting Center ($72 Value)

Garden State Shooting Center

Garden State Shooting Center

Pairs choose from a selection of pistols, rifles, or shotguns for indoor target practice up to 25 yards

$72 $31

Whale or Dolphin Watching from Cape May Whale Watch & Research Center (Up to 50%Off). Four Options Available.

Cape May Whale Watch and Research Center

Utsch's Marina

Boats ride up alongside playful dolphins and graceful whales for up-close viewing, and a guide points out marine life and historical sites

$60 $30

Kayak, Canoe, or Stand-Up Paddle Board Rentals at Driftwood Water Adventures (Up to 48% Off)

Driftwood Water Adventures

Falls

Paddle out on a tranquil 70-acre lake while balancing atop a sleek stand-up paddleboard or sitting in a single-person kayak

$50 $27

Rollerskating with Rental Skates for Two at Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest (Up to 50% Off)

Delaware River Waterfront Corp

Delaware River Waterfront

Throughout the summer, glide around Blue Cross RiverRink—Philadelphia’s only outdoor roller rink

$26 $13

Admission for Two or Four Adults or a Family of Four at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve (Up to 50% Off)

Bowman's Hills Wildflower Preserve

New Hope

Hundreds of native and rare plant species bloom along more than two miles of picturesque trails amidst their natural Pennsylvania habitat

$12 $7

$20 for Visit for Two Plus a Guided Tour at Museum of the American Gangster ($40 Value)

Museum of The American Gangster

New York

Museum profiling mob bosses, bank robbers, and gangsters in old St. Mark’s speakeasy

$40 $20

Admission and Laser-Maze Passes for 2 or 4, Plus Souvenir Books at Ripley's Believe It or Not! (Up to 51% Off)

Ripley's Believe It or Not

Ripley's Believe It or Not!

More than 400 exhibits and artifacts in 14 themed galleries, plus a laser maze participants try to navigate through without touching a beam

$40.98 $22

$19 for Admission Package for Two to Freedom Fest State Fair NJ ($30 Value)

Freedom Fest State Fair NJ

Upper Freehold

Besides carnival rides, the fair features appearances live music and magic shows, racing pigs, and a petting zoo

$30 $19

One or Three 60-Minute Batting-Cage Sessions at We Drop Bombs Baseball (Up to 55% Off)

We Drop Bombs Baseball

Medford

Fully turfed indoor facility houses cages for practicing swings and improving control

$50 $26

Show and Museum Visit for 2 or 4 or One-Year Membership to New Jersey State Museum & Planetarium (Up to 58% Off)

New Jersey State Museum & Planetarium

Downtown Trenton

New Jersey’s largest full-dome Planetarium with space and laser shows; museum houses collections on state history and art.

$14 $7

Admission for Two or Four Adults to Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (Up to 55% Off)

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

New York

Eclectic museum inside 5th Ave. mansion displays examples of design in the form of everything from posters to jewelry to knick knacks

$32 $16

Water-Park Visit for Two or Four at Splash Zone (50% Off)

Splash Zone

Wildwood

Soak up some watery action with access to 16 slides, rides, and attractions that range from gentle to action-packed

$77.98 $39

Paintball Packages for One, Two, or Four at Cousins Paintball (Up to 54% Off)

Cousins Paintball

Multiple Locations

Experience adventure in a game of capture the flag on a 60-acre paintball field; admission, equipment rental, and paintballs included

$39 $19

Roller Rink Package with Skate Rental and Indoor Ride Tickets for 2 or 4 at Rolling Thunder Skating Center (41% Off)

Rolling Thunder Skating Center

Mayfair

Skate around the rink, hop on one of the amusement rides, play skee-ball at the arcade, and enjoy snacks at the cafeteria with friends

$29 $19

$39 for Date Night with Two Movie Tickets and $100 Restaurant.com eGift Card ($124 Value*)

Ultimate Date Night Package

Online Deal

Create your own ultimate date with movie tickets and a $100 Restaurant.com eGift Card for dinner

$124 $39

Brandi Carlile, Old Crow Medicine Show, and case/lang/viers as Part of XPoNential Music Festival on July 24 at 6:30 p.m.

Brandi Carlile with Old Crow Medicine Show & case/long/veirs

BB&T Pavilion

Singer songwriter Brandi Carlile, breezy Americana band Old Crow Medicine Show, and indie-soloist trio case/lang/viers perform outdoors

$28.50 $15

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  • Burlington County Prison Museum
    "####National Historic Landmarks: Preserving a Link to the Past This attraction is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read on to learn about what criteria a site must meet to be inducted. Visiting a landmark breathes life into history by reminding us that the past is more than ink and paper—it’s brick and mortar, flesh and bone. The National Register of Historic Places catalogs and preserves such locations, but how does a landmark qualify for historic status? One way is for the building itself to have played a role in United States history. That’s the case with Boston’s Old North Church, where Paul Revere ordered lanterns hung in warning—one if by land, two if by sea, three if by hang glider. A site might also be associated with a person of importance, such as the John Coltrane House in Philadelphia and the Robert Frost Farm in Vermont. Another criterion is that a location represents an American ideal. This could be said of Washington D.C.’s Sewall-Belmont House, the home of the National Women’s Party, or José Clemente Orozco’s mural The Epic of American Civilization, which depicts history from the Aztecs to industrialization. More abstractly, a site can be inducted into the National Register as an example of a particular architectural style—Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin is emblematic of the Prairie school—or as a singular architectural feat outside of any particular genre, such as St. Louis’s Gateway Arch. Other locations are deemed significant for their contributions to scientific and cultural knowledge. In Chicago, one can visit the site of the world’s first self-sustaining nuclear reaction, marked by Henry Moore’s Nuclear Energy, and in Southern Illinois sits Cahokia, an ancient Native American city founded sometime around 700 AD. History isn’t just the past—it’s an ongoing entity. Historic-landmark status can be granted to virtually any type of building or location, no matter how old or young it is. All that matters is that the site is culturally significant and fundamentally American, rather than simply a shared hallucination such as Mount Rushmore."
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    128 High Street
    Mount Holly, NJ US
  • Ironwood Outdoor Center
    Ironwood Outdoor Center has a bit of an infestation problem—in the form of flying squirrels. The thing about these flying squirrels, though, is that they're actually people. After donning a helmet and harness, brave adventurers are hoisted high into the sky before being "dropped" to sail through the air. But the Flying Squirrel is just one of the exhilarating activities at this nonprofit organization, whose aim is to instill self-confidence and nurture a love for nature in kids and adults alike. Adrenaline junkies can get their fill with the zipline, ropes course, and a vertical play-pen, while those looking for a more subtle day of nature can hike Ironwood's verdant trails, explore the sensory garden, or paddle down the creek in a kayak or a giant wooden shoe. Open from early spring to late fall, the center welcomes single-day visitors or groups celebrating a birthday, family reunion, or graduation. By the Numbers: 2000–the year the park opened 84 acres of woodland and wetland 241 species of flora and fauna 225-foot zipline 2.5 miles of hiking trails 1.5 miles of creek frontage 2 ropes courses—one high and one low
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    3 Camp Drive
    Lumberton, NJ US
  • Stratosphere Trampoline Park
    The normal rules of gravity only apply to half of Stratosphere Trampoline Park's 20,000 sq. ft. interior. Trampolines blanket the other half, inviting visitors to leap and bound during free play or in high-flying games of dodgeball like the ones mankind aspires to play on the moon. When they're done jumping, visitors can dive into a foam pit, and youngsters can head to a special kids' area equipped with padded and netted trampolines. Nearby, speed wall, laser maze, arcade games, and an air hockey table stand atop normal, non-springy surfaces. Stratosphere's newest attraction is the Ultimate Ninja Challenge, based off the popular TV show American Ninja Warrior. Ultimate Ninja Challenge is a timed obstacle course with multiple elements, including quad steps and warped walls. The course is sure to be a challenge for all ages, with participants as young as five having finished it. The course appeals to nearly all ages and skill levels.
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    5 Mary Way
    Hainesport, NJ US
  • Action Karate
    One gym can hardly contain Master Solomon Brenner's martial-arts expertise, which is why his school—Action Karate—has expanded to 13 different locations. Brenner believes that the martial arts are a lifelong pursuit, so he takes on students aged 3–93. His classes for kids blend fitness with self-discipline, whereas his classes for adults focus on toning exercises and self-defense. Not all of his classes involve combat; some dedicate entire hours to pure strength training or cool-pose striking. He and his staff also host birthday parties for kids, which include fun martial-arts instruction, games, and a ceremonial slicing of birthday cake with a samurai sword.
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    4407 Sylon Boulevard
    Hainesport, NJ US
  • Going For The Gold Farm
    Horseback riding is one of those rare activities that can be enjoyed by people of almost any age. In fact, at Going for the Gold Farm, kids as young as 3 can hop in the saddle and learn how to ride. Head trainer Megan—who's especially adept at building confidence in both horses and riders—instills a sense of positivity into Going for the Gold's classes, which are available at the farm or even off-site around town. What's more, she starts newcomers at the very beginning and works with them step-by-step as far as they want to go—even up to competition-level riding.
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    2616 Monmouth Road
    Springfield, NJ US
  • Westampton Martial Arts
    After several years of teaching out of rec centers, school cafeterias, and even fire houses, Westampton Martial Arts now has a permanent training facility. The school is owned by the Kirkpatrick family, and their deep roots in the area have inspired them to offer classes for just about every segment of their community, from wee ones to teens to grandparents who want to impress their teens. Among other techniques, students learn how to stay fit and defend themselves through Brazilian jujitsu, hapkido, karate, tae kwon do, and muay-thai kickboxing.
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    897 Rancocas Rd
    Westampton, NJ US

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