Grab Your Kids and Go to NYC!

Yankee Stadium. Courtesy of Groupe Canam

Yankee Stadium. Courtesy of Groupe Canam

Taking your kids on a trip to New York City is one of the most fun things you can not only do for them, but for yourselves as well. There is a seemingly endless array of choices for kid-friendly activities that are exciting and enjoyable for the entire spectrum of tastes and abilities. Here is a brief review of the possibilities for what could be the best vacation you have ever had.

  • New York is world renown for “Broadway,” so take them to a show which could not even be on Broadway unless it was fantastically entertaining. Go see a classic like The Lion King or Annie, or even head to an off-Broadway performance for a little cultural challenge.
  • Ah, the mother of all parks: Central Park. This place is awesome. There are miles of country lanes for meandering strolls. A lake for boating, fishing and other activities. Concerts, both free and not free. Biking, baseball, soccer, volleyball, chess and heaven knows what else is available in the park, like a zoo and 21 playgrounds.
  • OMG you haven’t been to the American Museum of Natural History? And even if you have, the displays never get old, especially when there are new exhibits constantly organized to view side by side with the incredible dinosaurs and giant whale which just make that museum like a home to anyone who grew up in the city.
  • Take the kids to a baseball game. There are two great places to go: Citi Field and Yankee Stadium. The pace and feel of a baseball game is a great way to enjoy your family in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, and get some hot dogs for lunch while your there, too.

Some other ideas include a visit to the Statue of Liberty, FAO Schwartz, the New York Aquarium, the New York Hall of Science, the Bronx Zoo, and of course the Empire State Building. You are going to have a blast, and make memories that will last a lifetime.

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