Schoolhouse Museum 650 E Glen Ave, Ridgewood, NJ07450 The Schoolhouse was built in 1872 on the Paramus Reformed Church grounds where the church stood between 1730 and 1870.…More The schoolhouse then became District School No. 45 under Ridgewood Township supervision, operating as a one-room schoolhouse until 1905 when it came under the preservation of the Paramus Historical Society. Various exhibitions are offered throughout the year showcasing the history of Ridgewood.
The Home Depot 520 N State Rt 17, Paramus, NJ07652 The Paramus branch of Home Depot is packed with virtually everything you could want in a hardware store, from tools to…More appliances to patio furniture. Items you cannot find in the store can be ordered. The garden center has plenty of live plants and gardening supplies. You can arrange for Home Depot specialists to help you install flooring, windows and insulation and more. If you'd rather do it yourself, pick up one of the store's how-to guides. Home Depot cares about the communities in which they're located; this one serves Paramus, Ridgewood and the surrounding areas.
Ridgewood Bus Station Van Neste Sq & Dayton St, Ridgewood, NJ07450 The accessible bus station operates several lines daily. Within the state, routes through Paterson, Hackensack, Paramus…More and the Meadowlands—via Midland Park—run continually along with multiple routes to New York City. Additionally, the 746/748 line originates in Ridgewood and ends at Pompton Lakes. Exact fair is required to Paramus, Hackensack and Paterson ($2.15, $2.65, $2.15 for adult one-way, respectively).