Fort Lee arts and culture have much for visitors and residents to see – in addition to the many artistic and cultural venues across Bergen County, not to mention New York City right across the river.
One of the most popular Fort Lee, New Jersey museums is the Fort Lee Historic Park and Visitors Center near Hudson Terrace at the base of the George Washington Bridge. This features many exhibits depicting Fort Lee’s past as a prime place in the birthplace of the United States of America and also has a wonderful park with many amenities. Other museums include The New Jersey Children’s Museum in neighboring Paramus, NJ. The whole family will have a blast here and really enjoy their day with the hands-on exhibits and fun things to make-believe. Obviously this is just the tip of the iceberg, and there are many more Fort Lee museums to enjoy.
Fort Lee, NJ theaters also are an enjoyable way to savor Fort Lee culture. One great one is the Victoria Ballet Theater, which offers classes for young children and up. A convenient theater service offered in Fort Lee allows people to secure tickets to the big name theaters in New York, including Henry Hudson Theatre Ticket.
Fort Lee arts go back a long way. In fact, the motion picture industry was born right here with Fort Lee being the capital of all of it. The industry began growing here in the 19th century and continued to influence Fort Lee culture into the 20th century. Today the area is still a popular place for some television shows to film, such as Law and Order Special Victims Unit.