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Location: New York, NY
New York Talks and Walks offers over 100 different tours, and can also customize tours to suit the needs of your family, group, association, or special occasion. Child-friendly rambles are des...
Location: Corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY
The New York Transit Museum is home to 100 years of transit lore and memorabilia. The Museum is housed in an authentic 1930s subway station containing vintage subway and elevated cars, antique ...
Location: Forest Park, Jamaica, NY
Forest Park offers some 538 acres of wilderness, with miles of walkways lined with iron lampposts, making this the optimal spot for urban hikers. Cyclists jam park roadways on weekends, while m...
Location: 1011 Third Avenue, New York, NY
Belly up to the peppermint stick colored stools and brace yourself. Dylan's is not your mother's candy store.
The ice cream bar serves amazing custom-designed flavors, the candy select...
Location: 1634 Broadway, New York, NY
The storyline running through Mamma Mia!, as every critic has noted, is simply a serviceable vehicle to give the cast plenty of excuses to burst into tunes by ABBA - some songs instantly recogn...
Location: 515 West 20th Street, Suite 4E, New York, NY
The Children's Galleries for Jewish Culture hosts two fun, interactive exhibitions with eighty interactive stations.
In From Tent to Temple: Life in the Ancient Near East, child...
Location: 11th Avenue and 23rd Street, New York, NY
Location: Canal Street, at Walker & Baxter, New York, NY
This guide to Chinatown shines a spotlight on restaurants and shops in the neighborhood. The Chinatown Kiosk, located on Canal Street between Walker and Baxter, is open Monday through Sunday from 10am...
Location: New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 W. 42nd Street, New York, NY
Based on the London show (which we understand has been tweaked a bit on the way to Broadway), the stage production of Mary Poppins is admittedly a little darker than the Julie Andrews film, wit...
Location: West Street and West Houston Street, Pier 40, New York, NY
Location: Spring & Thompson Streets, New York, NY
Vesuvio Playground (formerly the Thompson Playground) boasts a spray shower, gingko trees, handball courts, basketball courts, and a mini-pool. The on-site bathroom has changing tables.
Location: 350 5th Avenue, New York, NY
The Empire State Building is more than just a big jungle gym for King Kong; it also offers several fun activities and events for families and children.
Although it can no longer...
Location: 212 W. 83rd Street, New York, NY
The first thing to do when you arrive at this oasis for little ones is: sign up for some of the day's events at the Information Desk (once you've paid your entry fee, you'll find the sign up desk acro...