This weekend's weather isn't looking all that nice. Here are some things you can do in South Jersey to get through the rainy weather.

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    Atlantic City Aquarium

    I love a trip to the aquarium. Take a drive to Atlantic City to spend a rainy day with your family. They have stingray feedings at 12pm & 3pm and an exotic animal show at 11am & 2pm. Kids 4-12 are only $6. Get more info on their site.

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    Garden State Discovery Museum

    My personal favorite and one of my favorite places to go as a kid the Garden State Discovery Museum is GREAT for kids. It's a full hand-on museum built for kids where their imagination can be on full blast. The museum is in sections for different jobs and activities like, a grocery store, basket ball court, news desk equipped with a camera, a vet office, and much more. Find out more here.

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    Escape Room

    This is fun for all ages. Kids or no kids. They lock you in a room and you have to follow clues with your team to get out. They are quite popular right now. You can find them all over South Jersey, just search "escape rooms near me".

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    Tomasello Winery

    This is definitely not a family activity, but adults need something to do too. Visit the wineries tasting room and well taste some delicious wine. They have tasting rooms all over New Jersey. Check out their Hammonton tasting room.

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    Paint Party

    Yup, another trendy thing to do. For the 21+ club, you can do a sip and paint party with your favorite adult beverage. If you wanna spend the day with the family, there are plenty of paint parties geared towards kids too. Plus, you're not just limited to painting, the trend has expanded to pottery, mosaics, and terrariums. Just like the escape room just do a search of places near you.