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.
Families can enjoy free admission at 15 Lower Manhattan museums and historical sites when The Downtown Culturals Group presents the third annual Night at the Museums on June 21.
American Girl is moving its New York flagship on Fifth Avenue to a new store at 75 Rockefeller Plaza.
NY Kids Club is expanding with two new locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show is moving to a larger theater. Get your discount code here.
Nothing says summer like taking in family-favorite films under the night sky.
America’s Cup sailing race returns to New York City, for the first time since 1920, on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8.
Language Nannies is a new division of The Language Workshop for Children that allows parents to hire nannies that speak to their children in their native language.
The French Institute/Alliance Française (FIAF) adds new programs to its camp offerings this summer.
Gymtime Rhythm and Glues, on the Upper East Side, adds new Fitness Warriors program.
The French restaurant, Maison Hugo, now offers private events for kids.
While visitors to the American Museum of Natural History are enjoying its current exhibit, Dinosaurs Among Us, the staff is busy at work on its next one, opening in May: Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World, according to a Museum press release.
Sean "Diddy" Combs announced Monday the August 2016 opening of the new Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School in Manhattan.
After a wildly successful first year in the Nord Anglia International School in Manhattan’s East Village, Steve & Kate’s Camp, a San Francisco import, is slated to open three new locations in New York City this summer.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is offering great programs for kids and families this spring break.
Wendy Xiao recently launched Cohatchery, the city's first co-working space with day care.
The Big Apple Circus now offers its Circus After School program at Children of Promise NYC and The Cathedral School of St. John the Divine.
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.