After 146 years, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is ending all circus shows due to high costs and a decline in ticket sales.
Spend the day exploring Kykuit: The Rockefeller Estate, a New York historical site located in Sleepy Hollow.
Things to do with kids in and around New York City this January.
New Yorkers will get a rare chance to journey through the depths of the ocean in a National Geographic entertainment experience opening fall 2017 in Times Square.
Every year during the holiday season, the New York Hall of Science in Queens transforms an area of its massive space into GingerBread Lane.
Tips for visiting the Dyker Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn to see residents' unique and magical holiday light displays
See some of the top holiday outings and adventures for families in and around NYC, including The Nutcracker, Santa, ice-skating, and more!
The Butterfly Conservatory is an annual exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History and will reopen for the season on Dec. 10.
Vanderbilt Museum—a mansion, marine and natural history museum, and planetarium—is a great family-friendly museum to spend the day at with kids in Centerport.
Find the best things to do with kids in NYC, Long Island, Westchester, Rockland, and Fairfield in December 2016.
One World Observatory announces special holiday packages.
Pip’s Island is an interactive theater experience where kids become explorers and parents become assistants.
The American Museum of Natural History introduced a new bilingual exhibit called ¡Cuba! that explores the rich culture and biodiversity of Cuba.
Just in time for Thanksgiving weekend, Madame Tussauds in Times Square is offering free admission for kids younger than 12.
Kids and families can enjoy a harbor cruise and breakfast with Santa courtesy of CitySightseeing.
See an example of domestic life in New York City as the immigration of people from Europe to Washington Heights came forth in the late 1800s at the Morris-Jumel Mansion.
At White Post Farms in Nassau County, Long Island, kids can see exotic animals, jump into a giant sandbox, a train ride, and many more family activities.
Our guide to the best things to do with kids in and around NYC this November
As a repository for historic buildings, Islip Grange is home to pre-Civil War living on Long Island.
See the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and more iconic New York City sights on one of these family cruises.
The iconic Hersheypark amusement park has a reputation for being little-kid heaven (it still is), but if your teens haven’t been, here’s why you should take them.
The Historic Village at Allaire is a living history museum offering historic re-enactments, craft demos, hearth cooking, and more, open to the public April through December.
Billy Blanks Jr., as seen on ABC’s Shark Tank and Dr. Oz, will hold a free dance class at the 5th Annual Stamford Health, Wellness and Sports EXPO.
Kids will get the chance to step into a fantasy world starting on November 11 when Pip’s Island, an immersive theatre experience combining gaming, animation and fantasy, opens in downtown Manhattan.
Here are events in the New York Metro area to celebrate the Jewish High Holidays.