More than 200 volunteers from Delta Air Lines, DreamYard Project, Bronx Pro Group organizers from KaBOOM! and the community worked together to give local kids a new playground.
Kiku: The Art of the Japanese Garden, the acclaimed fall exhibition, is returning with magnificent to the New York Botanical Garden this October.
The popular Pop-Up Pool in Brooklyn Bridge Park opened on Tuesday for its fifth and final season, but if some parents and politicians get their way, the pool will stay open beyond this summer.
Bryant Park Presents, an outdoor performing arts series, has announced the free series Accordions Around the World to kick off June 29.
Paul Raimonda Playground, located in Astoria, Queens, reopens after renovations.
Mary Whalen Playground in Woodhaven, Queens, reopens after 10 months of renovation construction.
New York City officials announced that eight parks will undergo substantial facelifts in an effort to make the spaces more welcoming to their neighborhoods and its residents.
Governors Island opens May 28, and this season offers summer days filled with outdoor fun, culture, and learning.
It’s probably every kid’s dream to be about to step into the world of his favorite animated story, and NYC kids will get the chance to do just that with the launch of Pip’s Island.
Suggestions on where you can go to find great backdrops right here in Westchester to capture your children at play.
After seven years closed, Tallman Mountain State Park pool in Sparkill is set to open on Memorial Day.
One mom's favorite parks and playgrounds in Southern Westchester, including Scarsdale, New Rochelle, Mamaroneck, Bronxville, and Pelham.
A new park is planned for South Williamsburg.
Visit Historic Hyde Park via Metro North and the free Roosevelt Ride shuttle bus from May 1 through October 31 to tour Franklin D. Roosevelt’s property.
Untermyer Gardens is a secretive 43-acre public park perched on the banks of the Hudson River in Yonkers, NY
One mom's list of the top playgrounds and parks in Nassau County and Suffolk County, NY.
NYC has more than 1,700 parks and playgrounds across the five boroughs. Here are our top 10 favorite playgrounds.
Wave Hill is an estate with more than 20 acres of rolling hills, about a dozen different gardens, small nature hikes through the woods, and breathtaking views of the Hudson River.
A local non-profit organization, play:ground, is gearing up to open a vast 5,000-square-foot playground on Governor’s Island in May 2016.
Kalahari Resorts & Conventions in Pocono Manor, PA, boasts 100,000 square feet of slides, water roller coasters, a lazy river, hot pools, and two play areas, Tiko's Watering Hole for toddlers and Splashdown Safari for older kids.
Parkour equipment geared toward older kids and teens will be part of an upcoming remodeling project for Riverside Park South.
We put together a list of some of the New York region's important public monuments and statues that commemorate famous African Americans who contributed to American history, from the Civil War through Civil Rights. Check out these historical landmarks and buildings in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island, Westchester, and Connecticut .
Do you and your kids prefer hikes in the woods, or exotic meals? Outings to the art museum or the Empire State Building? Take this quiz to discover your ideal NYC-area family activities.
From the Children's Corner to the bandshell and so much more. Here are things we love about Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
Hippo Playground, the 79th Street Boat Basin, and Magnolia Cupcakes are just some of the reason we love the Upper West Side of Manhattan.