March is the time of the year when the worst of winter is behind us and we look forward to warmer weather and the onset of Spring.
People with cabin fever are anxious to get outdoors for healthy activities and events to attend. For the less adventuresome, there are plenty of indoor events to attend.
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Maple sugaring has a history in New Jersey that began centuries ago with the Native Americans Indians and colonists. This is an excellent winter family or kids group activity. In New Jersey, the maple sugaring season runs early February until mid-March.
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Kids have plenty of room to burn off steam while enjoying 100s of exhibits, rock climbing, a suspended maze , live demonstrations (volcano pictured), a mini zoo, films, and shows. They even offer special exhibits and programs for kids ages 2-5. There's so much to do that most visits last 4 hours. Try the famous Touch Tunnel maze, see tiny live monkeys, and dodge a sneeze from the Big Blue Nose. Learning has never been so much fun. The new Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium and LSC Giant Dome Theater is the largest and most technologically advanced planetarium in the Western Hemisphere. Only three others in the world—two in Japan and one in China—are bigger
New Jersey Museums offer a wide variety of exciting arts and natural science treasures and programs that are educational, fun, and adventuresome. If you are looking for a one day trip, or an attraction to complement your weekend getaway, visit one of New Jersey's treasured museums. Some suggestions are: The New Jersey State Museum in Trenton and The Newark Museum in Newark.