Discover Bergen County via a Mini Bus in New Jersey - Part 1

Bergen County currently has more than 905,000 people making it the most peopled county in New Jersey. It is also one of counties with the highest per capita income. Why not get on a mini bus in New Jersey and visit Bergen County today?

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Now where could you go? There are simply a lot of places to visit here. Here are some of our suggestions!

Teaneck Creek Conservatory

The Teaneck Creek Conservatory spans 46 acres and is dedicated to eco-art. It has 1.4 miles of trails and exhibits that are sure to delight visitors.

You can enjoy hiking through the woods. Be sure to see the Five Pipes Project as well as the Turtle Peace Labyrinth when you are here.

Teaneck Creek Conservatory
20 Puffin Way, Teaneck,
201 836 2403
Web site

New Jersey Children's Museum

New Jersey Children's Museum brings together education and learning under one roof.

Toddlers and preschoolers would love all the pretend play they could do here. They can pretend to be an astronaut, a firefighter, a ballerina or a doctor. There are also science exhibits and a sand and water play area. Gather your kids and their friends on a mini bus in New Jersey and visit the museum today!

Current exhibits include:

  • Animal Senses
  • Baby Nook
  • Ballet Studio
  • Bernoulli Blower
  • Body Print
  • Construction Zone
  • Dinosaur Cave
  • Driving & Drawing
  • Fire Truck
  • Giant Train Set
  • Grocery Store
  • Kids Pizzeria
  • Light Mosaic
  • Medieval Castle
  • Play Hospital
  • Post Office
  • Space & Aviation
  • T.V. Studio
  • Virtual Fun
  • Wild West

Kids get in for only $11.99 while adults are discounted at $9.99. The museum is closed on Mondays.

New Jersey Children's Museum
599 Valley Health Plaza, Paramus,
201 262 5151
Web site

Be sure to charter a mini bus in New Jersey for your trip to Bergen County as it promises to be a very tiring but fun day. The kids will definitely have fun at both the Teaneck Creek Conservatory and New Jersey Children's Museum but they will surely appreciate how they could rest on the way back home!