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A Time to Kiln

50 Broad St. | [map]

Create your own masterpiece with pottery, glass fusing, mosaics & stuff-a-critter. Individual drop-ins are welcome. Call in advance for special party packages and rates. You can also purchase gift certificates or art kits to go.

Count Basie Park

11 Henry St. | [map]

Count Basie Park features a wide variety of outdoor actives including baseball fields, basketball courts, soccer fields, a playground, and a walking track.

Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash

35 Broad Street | [map]

This fantabulous store is “the one and only retail outlet specializing in anything related to the films from View Askew Productions (Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back and Jersey Girl),” according to its website. Not only does the signage zany up the streetscape (while still managing to stay within guidelines), the inside is full of comics and illustrated novels, action figures, and memorabilia from the movies created by Red Bank native Kevin Smith.

View Askew, Smith’s production company, has offices on Broad Street, and has used Red Bank as a location in many of his films.

Marine Park

Marine Park

Wharf Avenue and Navesink River | [map]

This waterfront park is a splendid place to picnic and watch the river. During the summer, kids go crabbing here. The park also hosts concerts and festivals.

During its early years, Red Bank was an important river town. Farm produce, wood, and seafood were sent to New York, returning with cargoes of manufactured goods and beer. The steamships Sea Bird and Albertina graced the Navesink in the mid-19th Century. The passengers often moved to Red Bank permanently. In 1840, a writer noted that Red Bank “is the most rapidly increasing village in the state except for Keyport.”

Irwin’s Yacht Works, to the north of the park, has been in operation for more than a century.

Paint A Tee

18 Monmouth Street | [map]

Come into Paint A Tee, a studio where you can paint and be creative. Put your own design can on a tee, tote, onesie, mouse pad and much more! Paint A Tee is especially focused on providing creative entertaining setting for children’s parties from 2 to 20.

Pinot’s Palette

12 Broad Street | [map]

Pinot’s Palette is the upscale destination in Red Bank where you can paint and have fun. At their studio, anyone can be an artist and have fun being creative – no art experience required! In two or three hours you can create a festive, whimsical and colorful painting while enjoying refreshments that you can bring with you to your art class.

Red Bank Armory Ice Rink

76 Chestnut Street | [map]

Built in 1914 for Troop B of the National Guard’s Red Bank Cavalry, the main floor featured a 100×144-foot riding hall. By the 1950s, it was used to store old tanks. In 1998, the Armory was converted to the Ice Rink.

Trap Door Escape Room

60 White Street | [map]

Trap Door Escape Room is an interactive adventure game. Trap Door takes the Escape Room business to new heights with 2 floors of puzzles to uncover. Surviving in time is key as you only have 60 minutes to solve the challenges and make it out alive!

YESTERcades

80 Broad Street | [map]

YESTERcades is a gaming experience straight out of the Golden Age of Gaming! Their variety of arcade video games will satisfy every customer: from Space Invaders and Pac-Man, to Street Fighter and NBA Jam. They even have classic pinball machines!