Wow! There are plenty of epic ways to enjoy the warmer temps this week. Check out your favorite NYC playgrounds, visit Governors Island NY and enjoy a refreshing cocktail at one of these kid-friendly bars on Friday.
Things to do with kids July 25–29
These awesome summer activities for kids will keep your family active and engaged throughout the city's sunniest season. You and the little ones can visit NYC parks and even explore delicious eats at our favorite family restaurants, plus you can see our top family attractions (think epic amusement parks, institutions like Discovery Times Square and more)!Read more
Enjoy a sunny afternoon in the museum's lovely Victorian-style garden, which hosts family-friendly art workshops using recycled and natural materials every Tuesday. Don't fret over the weather: on rainy days, the events take cover inside the charming 19th century house. All ages.Read more
This summer series gives you and your kids a chance to explore Native American culture and history with the help of artist and educator Ty Defoe, who engages audiences in discussions and leads little ones through an interactive presentation that includes traditional singing, storytelling, flute demonstrations and hoop dancing. Ages 2 and up.Read more
Bring little ones to Wave Hill's spectacular public garden where they can listen to stories, join in sing-alongs and watch fun puppets. Each week boasts a different nature-related theme, like "Plink! Plunk! Stories About Water" (Aug 3) and "Creepy Crawlies and Wiggly Wormies" (Aug 10). Ages 3 to 6.Read more
This cute weeklong program by Portfolio School introduces your little ones to circuitry, graphic design and more—you'll even learn how to build your own ice cream maker and create your own flavor of ice cream! As a bonus, the event is also free if you get a friend to sign up—just let the team know (917-912-3149) and they'll refund your ticket.Read more
During these club session, kids learn about the Hudson River Park ecosystem through interactive lessons and live animal demonstrations. Kids will discover the significance of the park’s wildlife like crabs and seahorses through discovery-based science experiments and nature-inspired crafts. Ages 5 to 9.Read more