5 Places Where The Kids Can Be Creative in South Jersey

Whether they’re singing their hearts out or finger painting a large canvas, children always have a good time letting their creativity shine. Check out some fun South Jersey spots where your kid can unleash their artistic streak.



Grounds For Sculpture

80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton
Grounds For Sculpture is known for its breathtaking art exhibits, and now your kids can join the fun by making their own artwork. The programs are offered to children ages 3 to 14 and focus various art projects.



Perkins Center for the Arts

395 Kings Highway, Moorestown
The creative classes offered at Perkins Center for the Arts are endless. Students can learn to make clay, draw, paint, act and more. But most importantly, they’ll have a ton of fun doing it!



Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center

1501 Glasstown Road, Millville
There are so many ways to be creative at Wheaton Arts, from sidewalk chalk to creation stations scattered among the grounds. And visitors of all ages can participate!



Garden State Discovery Museum

2040 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill
Learn about dinosaurs, anatomy, caterpillars and more at the Garden State Discovery Museum. There are programs for all ages, even as young as pre-kindergarten. Most of these educational programs include an experiment or craft to get the kids involved!



Chef Carl’s Make a Pizza Party

Throw the ultimate party for kids with one of Chef Carl’s unique make-your-own-pizza party. Chef Carl will come to you, or you can host the party at their venue in Bridgewater. Either way, your guests will love learning how to make their very own pizza!

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