286 Route 46 East
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Phone: (973) 227-4333
Fax: (973) 227-5399
286 Route 46 East, Fairfield, NJ, US, 07004
- Téléphone : (973) 227-4333
- Télécopie : (973) 227-5399
Salles de spectacles
Built in 1998, this stadium is the home of the New Jersey Jackals. It hosts baseball games in the Northern League, and can seat up to 3,400 spectators. It also has a museum dedicated to Yogi Berra, located on the Montclair University Campus. So if you are a sports fan, make sure you visit this place on your next trip to the town.
This cozy club is sure to bring laughs with their shows. Although small, the comedians at the club manage to bring the audience together with a warm and funny show. Space is extremely limited, and purchasing tickets well in advance is advised.
The Hinchliffe Stadium was erected in 1930s and is a baseball stadium. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this sports venue can seat 10,000 fans and has witnessed many competitive games. Currently, the plans for renovation and restoration of this stadium are underway.
Calling out to all hard rockers and headbangers, Dingbatz has been serving the rock music community in Clifton, and surrounding areas, since 2004. Macabre and gore meets you as you enter the venue, with the decor made of hanging severed heads and human skulls. However, Dingbatz also boasts a spacious stage and dancefloor, so that fans can mosh or headbang freely. Do see the website or call to know more.
Riverside Manor Restaurant & Banquets is a great place to drop in for a delectable Italian fare or sip some drinks while enjoying the music. The menu boasts of an array of pastas and savory pizzas made in a brick oven. Complete your meal with a mouthwatering tiramisu or a Cannoli. You can choose to dine on the terrace as the soothing river breeze calms your senses. After a relishing meal you enjoy a relaxing stroll along the banks of the Passaic River, which is in close proximity to this place.
The Ambrose Ward Mansion is an iconic landmark in East Orange. Built in 1898, it is home to the African American Fund of New Jersey. The building is an example of the Renaissance Revival style of architecture and features on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Jacob W. Van Winkle House is a historical home that currently houses the Masonic Club of Lyndhurst. It was included in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1983.
A variety of plays and performances are offered each season at this theatre.
Completed in 1939, Walsh Gymnasium is a multi-purpose facility in South Orange, New Jersey. With its capacity of 2600 seats, the arena is an excellent setting for various events and celebrations.
The Fair Lawn Community Center is also known as George Frey Center for Arts and Recreation. This modernistic facility features a gym, computer center, walking tracks, a youth center, sports facilities, a card room, theater and more. It regularly hosts cultural activities for adults and youth. You can also catch a musical, play or concert here.
This concert series takes place throughout the year at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart, and features choral and instrumental performances.
This theater first took refuge in the ruins of a paper mill in 1934. Its founders Antoinette Scudder and Frank Carrington staged the first production—The Kingdom of God in 1938. Over the years a lot of classics, modern plays and operettas have been experimented with at this playhouse. A non-profit professional theater, it is visited by more than 425,000 people a year. Anne Hathaway (a conservatory alumna) and other well-known talents—Liza Minelli and Patrick Swayze—have strutted their stuff at the Paper Mill. The legacy and tradition continues, so come be a part of it.