Find the best resources for birthday parties in Manhattan, including caterers, party supply stores, and party entertainers like magicians, clowns, and face painters in New York City.
NYMetroParents guides you to finding the best after-school programs in Manhattan for kids. Search for local tutors, to sports and fitness classes, music, dance, and theatre arts activities for New York City kids.
While the options in the NYC area are limitless, your best family fun options for today are listed right here. From free library events to music, theater, and museum events, outdoor ideas to indoor play spaces, you'll find activities for every age child. If you're making plans for next weekend, search NYMetroParents' full calendar.
We are your source for Manhattan day camps, specialty camps New York City sports camps, theater camps, YMCA camps, summer preschool and toddler programs.
Our Manhattan school guide brings you the best New York private schools, plus public schools, after-school programs for kids, and educational resources in NYC.
Our guide to sports programs and teams for Manhattan kids, including soccer and softball leagues, swimming lessons, and tennis programs.
We've hand-picked the best things to do with your family in New York City in May, including family fun in Greenwich Village, Little Italy, the Upper West Side, and Morningside Heights—the one's we consider can't miss—from the Feast of San Gennaro and lantern making followed by a nighttime parade, to the 2015 World Maker Faire and the Central Park Horse Show..
Consult our comprehensive special needs resources in the Manhattan area for therapists, special needs camps, medical experts, and special needs advocates New York City.
Travel back a few eons in Earth's history with a visit to Field Station: Dinosaurs, a remarkable dino park nestled in the New Jersey Meadowlands just outside NYC..
Stay healthy with our listings for Manhattan family doctors, pediatricians, dentists, hospitals, and local urgent care centers throughout New York City.
The American Museum of Natural History is opening a new exhibit called “Dinosaurs Among Us” on March 21 that will compare dinosaurs to modern-day birds.