Comfort Suites at Woodbridge
1275 Route 1 & 9 South
Avenel, NJ 07001
Phone: (732) 396-3000
Fax: (732) 943-7768
1275 Route 1 & 9 South, Avenel, NJ, US, 07001
- Phone: (732) 396-3000
- Fax: (732) 943-7768
The Union County Arts Center is a remnant of the history of Rahway. Part of its charm is the Vaudeville & Silent Movie Palace, which has a seating arrangement of just over 1300. The center also devotes its time and attention to art development initiatives. With its emphasis on both entertainment and the educational benefits of art, this center is a true embodiment of the cultural heritage of this city.
The Robinson Plantation House is a historical home that dates back to the 17th Century. This frame house is now transformed into Dr. Wm. Robinson Plantation & Museum that is open to all visitors. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is also referred to as Seventeenth Century Clark House.
Skyline Mini-Golf opened to a grand reception in 2012. It is located in the Woodbridge Community Center in the company of a host of entertainment alternatives including an ice skating rink. The synthetic turf winding through artificial waterfalls and manicured lawns boasts a 18-hole golf course and provides panoramic views of New York City. The establishment is family-oriented and plays host to private parties and corporate events. A sanctuary away from the city hustle, this is a great place to spend a day with your family or to finalize that impending business deal.
This United Artist theater offers Hollywood hit movies, concessions and fun!
Solar Manor is a wonderful venue to host a private party or a business meeting, Spread across 15,000 square feet (1393.5 square meters), this venue comprises of an indoor patio, bar area, five ballrooms and private rooms. The place is well equipped with wireless network and audio visual equipped to ensure uninterrupted business meetings. Covered in stone walls and decorated in antiques, this place will add an old world charm to your event. /the patio and the terrace offer beautiful views of the garden. Celebrate your special occasion at Solar Manor and let it be a memorable one.
Features comedy show productions.
Tucked away in Tottenville, the southern end neighborhood of Staten Island, The Pink Room is a DIY venue. Only those in the know are aware of its existence and it has been thriving because of such music enthusiasts. Some of their previous listings are Backlashes and Bad Ideas, Orbit, Night Owls and Seaway.
The Ritz Theatre is a very old theater in Elizabeth that was restored in 2006. Experience its award-winning acoustics that enhances the performances held here, performances that range from concerts to operas and musicals.
Enjoy all the latest movies at this traditional cinema.
Located at the College of Staten Island, the Lab Theatre is where young artists perform their experimental pieces. With no limits to what you can stage here, the response that the pieces here get is phenomenal. The theater can seat approximately 150 viewers, so do contact College of Staten Island - Lab Theatre for reservations, ticketing and show details.
Located in the plush neighborhood of Staten Island, the beautifully landscaped Green Side Up is a plant nursery-cum-kids playhouse. The nursery offers a premium selection of plants, sods and a variety of shrubs. The helpful staff guides you to select the perfect set of plants and other decorative equipment for your garden. The beautifully decorated entrance of the nursery is surrounded by a large lawn, where a number of kiddie events and parties are organized. The nursery is famous for hosting the best of Halloween parties around Staten Island. On this occasion, the entire nursery is decorated with spooky creatures with a haunted house on the lawn as well.
Step back into New York's early history in this sprawling complex. There are 19th, 18th and 17th century buildings, including an original (moved) structure from 1685. Architectural styles of the 27 buildings range from a Greek revival courthouse to more typical Dutch colonial buildings. The 100-acre park hosts craft fairs, Saturday night concerts, Civil War reenactments and flea markets. Christmas is a month long celebration, and summer displays are hosted by staff in period costume.