All My Children Daycare is an eco-friendly and organic-minded facility designed to nurture the growth of young children in a responsive environment.
The Healthy Brain Network is offering free study-related, diagnostic language, learning and mental health evaluations to 10,000 children ages 5-21.
Barbizon, a modeling and talent center in Manhattan has opened an academic education center for young models and actors, named the New York Performers Academy.
Families and fans of the Vikings, take note. The incredible Viking ship is coming in to New York City this weekend on Sept. 17th!
Beloved children's musician Laurie Berkner will celebrate the release of her 11th album, Superhero, with a free mini-concert and CD signing at Barnes & Noble Tribeca.
Elizabeth England is offering college essay Boot Camps and Brainstorm sessions this September & October.
The Nurture Center for infants and toddlers recently opened in Manhattan. Children and their caregivers will learn about child development and developmentally appropriate activities they can practice at home.
Per Se, the acclaimed French restaurant in Columbus Circle, will be offering a seven-course menu to kids for free on September 18.
Families can enjoy the wonderful world of jazz during Carnegie Hall’s annual Fall Family Days on September 24-25.
Families who want to enjoy Summer of Hamilton at the New-York Historical Society are in luck because from now until Labor Day admission will cost, well, a Hamilton. Visitors can discover everything the New-York Historical Society has to offer with special $10 Museum Admission.
NYMetroParents is proud to announce the 8 finalists in the 2016 Kids Cover Contest.
Big Apple Circus is ceasing its performances after pitching its tent behind Lincoln Center every holiday season since 1981.
When to catch free admission at NYC's children's museums, zoos, aquariums, and botanical gardens.
The Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience at the Intrepid Museum is now open and running through October.
NYC teens conducting research at the American Museum of Natural History recently announced the results of separate studies evaluating two animals that are making the metropolitan area home: coyotes and Boraria stricta, a millipede from the Southeast.
NYC families and tourists are in for a sweet treat when the Museum of Ice Cream opens in the Meatpacking District at the end of July.
Ghostbusters is back in NYC this summer, and Madame Tussauds New York puts you right in the center of the action with the Ghostbusters Experience and Ghostbusters: Dimension.
Summer of Hamilton at the New-York Historical Society continues this Sunday, July 10 at 1pm and 3pm with a recreation of the infamous duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.
Take Two Film Academy, a film school for kids and teens with interest in video and media literacy, is launching a summer camp.
The Liberty Science Center is hosting The Science of Pizza event for the launch of its Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle exhibit, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer, which will be on view through Sept. 5.
A Harlem nursery and preschool grants $10,000 college scholarship to several lucky children every year.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will display works of art from 90 public school students from across the five boroughs of New York City.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling in West Harlem welcomes local middle-school students to participate in the construction of a new exhibit, celebrating culture and creativity.
Check out this list of free summer concerts for kids in NYC.
American Museum of Natural History welcomes an exhibit with snap: Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World at American Museum of Natural History.