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Blogs & Sites
Location: 11 West 53 Street, New York, NY
Got a budding pop artist? A comic book afficionado? Take kids for a stroll through MoMA and their eyes may pop nearly as much as the art.
From an initial gift of eight prints and one d...
Location: 74th Street & Central Park, New York, NY
Location: Liberty Island, Jersey City, NJ
France's gift to America is an inspiring sight in the New York Harbor, and can be an inspiring site to visit as well. Of course, it also requires a LOT of stamina and patience, two things most childre...
Location: Riverside Drive, Between 62nd and 153rd Streets, New York, NY
Stretching 330 acres, from 62nd to 158th Streets, Riverside Park is one great stroll. Beautiful views, from the river to the houseboats at the harbor on 79th Street, and some of the city...
Location: Central Park, New York, NY
Sprawling across the center of Manhattan, from 59th Street (Central Park South) to 110th Street, and from Central Park West to Fifth Avenue, Central Park is 843 acres of adventure.
Location: Avenue A, 7th Street, Avenue B, 10th Street, New York, NY
Until about ten years ago Tompkins Square Park was an al fresco shelter for scores of homeless people as well as the neighborhood's population of activists, artists, anarchists, and the like. T...
Location: Fordham Road and Bronx River Parkway, Bronx, NY
One of the biggest zoos in the world, The Bronx Zoo has something for everyone, from butterflies to crocodiles, and it's a great way to spend the day with children.
Must-sees include t...
Location: Broadway , from 59th to 68th Streets, New York, NY
The annual street festival called Winter's Eve kicks off at 5:30pm with a festive tree lighting in Dante Park (Broadway & 63rd Street). Visitors can stick around for some live ent...
Location: 6th Avenue between 40th & 42nd Streets, New York, NY
If you're just looking for a little oxygen midtown, Bryant Park offers a few trees and a bit of lawn. A 'wichcraft creamery kiosk is a nice treat stop, or you could pack a little picnic ...
Location: 675 West 252nd Street, Bronx, NY
Wave Hill maintains award-winning gardens and greenhouses, manages an urban woodland, provides environmental education for city children, teachers, and over 100,000 visitors annually, offers ar...