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Empire State Building Activities for Kids
The Empire State Building is a great place for school trips; find activities for kids to do before, during, and after their visit.
Floating the Apple
Floating the Apple is a non-profit group committed to reintroducing the public, and especially children, to the joys of rowing and sailing on the city's waterways by hosting rowing and sailing expeditions, as well as boat building activities.
Kid-Friendly NYC
From a kid-friendly zoo and the Children's Museum of the Arts to ice cream in Brooklyn and adventures in Staten Island, a three-day visit to New York offers a multitude of highlights for kids and their families.
Kids' Summer Dream Teams
School's out, and the heat is on—so drop the remote! NYC pro-sports teams have something better on deck for kids this summer.
The Natural Classroom
Ten distinct programs are available for students in grades K–8. Programs can be customized to fit specific needs of other age groups.
New York City Guide for Parents
GoCityKids is a great City resource for parents. You can find information on lodging, dining, entertainment, and activities that you and your children can enjoy.
New York Kids
NewYorkKids.net contains over 350 pages of fun New York City family activities, shows, museums, and more.
Prospect Park's Children's Corner
In addition to educational and recreational opportunities for children throughout Prospect Park, the Children's Corner has special treasures for kids.
The River Project
This marine biology field station, dedicated to the preservation of marine species and their habitats, has a long list of events designed to provide education and hands-on experiences to the City's residents.
Staten Island Children's Museum
Find out about current exhibits and hours of operation for the Staten Island Children's Museum at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center.
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