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There’s so much fun to be had for you and the family in NJ during the weekend that marks the unofficial kickoff to summer like Memorial Day parades. Here are some ideas! And if the rain keeps you from going outside, no worries; there are plenty of indoor play places to get you through the weekend without a single I’m bored from the kids. In Case It Rains

Rain keeping you inside? Head to one of the following venues instead. Take them to The Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jerseyto learn about different kinds of aircrafts (the museum will be closed Monday, but open 10 am-4 pm Sat-Sun). Willing to take a road trip? Hit the LEGOLAND Discovery Centerin Philadelphia, PA or Yonkers, NY so your kids can get their STEM on. Little scientist at home? The Liberty Science Centerhas tons of demos, exhibits and games for your mini to fall in love with.


If he’s more into crafts and art, head to Montclair Art Museum(closed on Monday) for a gallery tour and hands-on activities. 75th Annual Tour of Somerville

More than 600 professional and amateur cyclists will be competing in this year’s Tour of Somerville, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary. Races are separated by gender and age. Park yourself, your friends and your family all weekend on the downtown curbs to watch the incredibly fast action, or stroll around enjoying the vendors, live music, kids activities, food stands and entertainment while the races take place around you.

Bring along the whole family this Memorial Weekend for a fun-filled, family-style whitewater raft trip! Paddle a rapid, kick your feet over the edge of the raft or take a swim in the river. Each raft can accomodate 4-6 people. Plus, there’s a free, all-you-can-eat riverside barbecue especially for rafters and your fam can have a photo taken on the river.

Watch hundreds of colorful kites fly across the sky during this beach party! The event begins at noon with the Unlocking of the Ocean ceremony on the beach. This is followed by many more exciting events throughout the weekend, including a Friday night social, kite demos, an illuminated night kite fly and family games.

Come out to New Jersey’s largest Renaissance Faire this Memorial Day Weekend! This event will host activities that all ages will love, including live jousting, a plethora of medieval and modern food, Shakespeare readings, music, juggling, magicians, acrobats, a full-scale chess match and much more.

Whether you’re a self-proclaimed “foodie” or just someone who really loves to eat, you’ll adore this festival dedicated to a wide range of gourmet food trucks. About 45 of the area’s best trucks come to Monmouth Park Racetrack to serve up all kinds of treats from cheesesteaks, fried bacon, lobster rolls and empanadas to cupcakes and waffle sundaes.

This fun and family-friendly street fair event will transform McBride Avenue into a giant block party. The kids section will include kiddie rides, face painting, sand art, temporary tattoos, pony rides and a petting zoo! Parents can do some shopping and support local merchants and businesses, as well. You can also look forward to live entertainment all day long, as well as delicious crowd-favorite foods like hot dogs, ice cream, zeppoles, shish kabobs, fresh squeezed lemonade, Italian ice, french fries, cheesesteaks, and more.

Come to the post-winter grand opening of Field Station: Dinosaurs’ Bergen County home. See massive, animatronic, true-to-life dinos of all kinds in a zoo-like setting (a few even respond to sound and focus on children) from a T. rex to NJ’s state dinosaur the Hadrosaurus. Dig for fossils, see a 3-D movie, visit a paleo lab—and prepare to be surprised!

What better way to celebrate the US of A than with America’s favorite past time? Watch the Jackals face off against the Quebec Capitales on Friday night and stick around for fireworks worthy of opening night. On Saturday, join the Memorial Day Bash. Chow down at the Beer Burger Fest and kick it back with $5 ice cold craft beers, plus stick around once again for a killer fireworks show.

The first thousand fans will receive free mini American flags, and all can witness Sussex County’s biggest fireworks show at the end of the night. Come with an empty stomach for the Beer Burger BBQ and indulge in more than 20 craft beer options.