Things to do around Rutgers and New Brunswick, NJ
The Central Jersey Convention & Visitors Bureau has an inside scoop on the latest and greatest attractions in the Rutgers and New Brunswick, NJ areas. Whether you are exploring a museum, reserving a tee time on the golf course, or marveling at our beautiful chapels and gardens, you will never run out of activities. Check out the different things to do around Rutgers University. Click here to learn more about Rutgers University New Brunswick Campus.
Take a walk through the gorgeous gardens found on the Rutgers campus. These gardens are open year round and are some of the only botanical gardens that require no fee to explore.
Rutgers Golf Course
Looking for a place to take in a round of golf? Rutgers has its own public golf course for you to tee off at.
Rutgers University Geology Museum
The Geology museum features exhibits on geology, natural history, and anthropology, with an emphasis on the natural history of New Jersey.
Located on the College Ave. campus, Kirkpatrick Chapel is a High Victorian Gothic chapel built in 1873, featuring Louis Comfort Tiffany windows.
Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
The Zimmerli Art museum houses a total of 60,000 works of art. Many of the pieces are Russian and Soviet art, French nineteenth-century art, and American nineteenth- and twentieth-century art with a concentration on early twentieth-century and contemporary prints.When it come to things to do around Rutgers, the possibilities are endless. The Central Jersey Convention & Visitors Bureau is more than thrilled to help guide guests on their next weekend vacation. Visit us at our New Brunswick, NJ location or contact us today to learn more about the wonderful Rutgers community!