Can't think of anything to do with the kids? Bring them to Red Bank to have some fun with the whole family. Where else can you paint some pottery or a t-shirt, enjoy amazing chocolate and other treats, or sit in the park and watch the boats go by in Riverside Gardens Park? With plenty of things to entertain kids of all ages, Red Bank is a one-stop destination for a memorable family outing or party.
Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash: Secret Stash features unique and collector's items such as comic books, t-shirts, hats, action figures, and autographed collectibles and is the setting for the AMC series Comic Book Men. Kids of all ages will love browsing at this one-of-a-kind store in the heart of Red Bank. (65 Broad Street)
Coney Waffle: Known for towering shakes, crazy cones, and other luscious treats (including vegan and sorbet), Coney Waffle retains the charm of its predecessor on Coney Island in the 1940s. Stop by for a treat or arrange a birthday party for your favorite kid. (13 Broad Street)
Chocolate Works: Step into Chocolate Works for a world of candy beyond your wildest dreams! Explore their assortment of chocolates, truffles, chocolate dipped fruit, ice cream, and even a chocolate fountain. Their chocolate making parties are always a hit with kids. (36 Broad Street)
Riverside Gardens Park: Enjoy a stroll through this beautifully landscaped park or a picnic on the lawn. The kids will love watching the boats go by from the scenic overlook on the Navesink River. Enjoy free movies in the park on Tuesday nights in July and August or the
40-foot, decorated tree during the holiday season.
(West Front St. at English Plz)
Yestercades: Play classic video games straight out of the golden age. Yestercades features classic titles from Pac Man to NBA Jam. There are even classic pinball machines!
(80 Broad Street)
A Time to Kiln: Experience many creative options including pottery, mosaics, glass fusing, and more-the possibilities are endless. Walk-ins are always welcome or call ahead to learn about party packages. (50 Broad Street)