Best things to do with kids in NYC this weekend
There are so many things to do with kids in NYC this weekend! Here are our picks of the best events including concerts, festivals, workshops and more.
Tue Apr 8 2014
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Stumped on how to spend the weekend with your family? We have a plethora of recommendations for kid-friendly fun, from movies and concerts, to theater shows and NYC museum exhibits for kids. Check out the best family attractions in NYC, which will entertain adults and the peanut gallery alike, then venture out to explore the 13 best NYC parks for families (that aren't Central Park) or monkey around on one of the 25 best playgrounds in NYC. With so much going on, your little ones will have no excuse for weekend boredom!
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Gotham Chamber Opera and Tectonic Theater Project are teaming up for a revamped revival of this classic fairy tale at El Museo del Barrio's El Teatro. Kids will be dazzled by the fantastical Bunraku puppetry—including a swashbucking, boot-clad cat and a rotund and menacing ogre—performed by London's Blind Summit Theater. Ages 5 and up.
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This seasonal offering of song, dance and, of course, puppetry comes from the talented folks at the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre. Tots will see a mix of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas themes incorporated into the company's take on Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The plot snowballs after Baby Bear invites St. Nick to star in Mama and Papa Bear's festive spectacular. Be sure to check the website for an updated schedule; showtimes are subject to change. No performances on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. Ages 3 to 9.
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