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4 Food Halls in Manhattan to Explore With Kids
When it comes to restaurants, New York City has an abundance of options, but sometimes dining out with the family in NYC can be a bit tricky. If your kids have different palates or just hate sitting down to eat, a food hall might be a great option. New York City has a number of food halls that are great for families to try. You can get your pick of different cuisines and sample a fun dessert, too. Since they have been popping up everywhere lately, we've rounded up a few of our favorites. Here are four great food halls in Manhattan to try with your family.... (more...)

Back to School Guide for Queens, NY
UPDATED March 2018: Queens, NY back to school activtities and programs for kids in Rego Park, Jamaica, Forest Hills, Fresh Meadows, and the rest of Queens, New York. Find Queens sports teams for kids, dance and gymnastics programs, after-school tutors in Queens, and much more. ... (more...)

Back to School Guide for Long Island
UPDATED March 2018: Our best resources for Long Island schools in Nassau County and Suffolk County, after-school classes for kids, music classes, dance classes, art classes, youth theater programs, sports teams in Nassau and Suffolk counties, and fitness programs, after- school tutors in Long Island, and more including Port Washington, Bellmore, Roslyn, Syosset, Commack, and Hicksville. ... (more...)

Back To School Guide for Manhattan
UPDATED March 2018: Your #1 back to school resource for Manhattan, NYC, with listings for Manhattan schools, after-school tutors in Manhattan, after-school programs for kids, and activities including Manhattan dance and music classes, art classes for kids, Manhattan sports teams and programs, and more, all in Manhattan, including the Upper West Side, midtown, the lower East side and more. ... (more...)

Westchester County Camp and Summer Program Guide - Section 2: Specialty Camps
UPDATED March 2018: NYMetroParents has the best listings for Westchester summer camps. It’s time to gear up for summer activities, and what better way to spend the season than at camp? Whether you choose traditional Westchester day camps, sleepaway camps or specialty camps designed to fit your needs, there is something for every camper in our Westchester County, NY Summer Camps directory. View our comprehensive Westchester camps guide below for camps offering specialized summer programs in sports, theater, music, fashion, academics, and more. There are plenty of Westchester camps to choose from throughout the county. Make NYMetroParents your summer camp authority for Westchester County, NY. ... (more...)

Queens Schools and Education Guide
UPDATED March 2018: Search a list of preschools, private schools, public schools, tutors, and educational programs for children in Queens County, including Jamaica, Astoria, Corona, Elmhurst, Forest Hills, Far Rockaway, Floral Park, and Kew Gardens, to help your student do better in academics and achieve better grades.... (more...)

Five Reasons We Love Fort Greene
Fort Greene, Brooklyn is just a quick hop from Lower Manhattan and is home to some of the coolest activities for kids and families in NYC. From the Barclay's Center to Fort Greene Park, there are so many things to love about this Brooklyn neighborhood.... (more...)

Best Hot Chocolates and Teas in the New York Metro Area
We've highlighted some of the coziest cafes in the New York metro area where families can grab a steaming mug of cold-weather beverages like hot cocoa or tea. Our guide includes sweet stops in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, and the suburbs, including Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY, and Fairfield County, CT.... (more...)

Indoor Play Spaces and Activities on Long Island
A roundup of indoor activities and play spaces on Long Island.... (more...)

Where to Celebrate Hanukkah on Long Island
Celebrate Hanukkah on Long Island with this roundup of kid-friendly Hanukkah events in Nassau and Suffolk counties.... (more...)

Israel with Kids (and Grandparents, Too!)
A vacation in Israel can be fun and meaningful for families.... (more...)

What to Do on Roosevelt Island
Roosevelt Island, the 2-mile-long strip of land between Manhattan and Queens, has more to offer families other than housing. The island houses many NYC historical sites, including a lighthouse and an old asylum, and makes for a great family day trip.... (more...)

4 Reasons We Love Chelsea
Art, food, and play—what family wouldn't love Chelsea?... (more...)

10 Things to Do with Kids in Flatiron District
How to spend the day in the Flatiron District with your kids... (more...)

Tips to Spend A Weekend in Raleigh with Your Family
Consider visiting Raleigh, NC for a weekend getaway with your family, a southern city boasting festivals, museums, historic parks, and more.... (more...)

5 Hidden Gems of Westchester County
Five best-kept secrets of Westchester County... (more...)

The Village Artist in Huntington Offers Flexible Summer Enrollment
The Village Artist, a fine arts center, is offering a flexible enrollment policy this summer for children and teens.... (more...)

50 Things Every Kid Should Experience in NYC
Our top 50 picks for things to do with your kids in New York City.... (more...)

Tribeca: Essential Things Parents Must Know
Though it has a reputation of being the most expensive neighborhood in Manhattan, Tribeca is a family-friendly hotspot. Here's what you need to know if you're considering a move to Tribeca.... (more...)

Where to Experience Chinese Culture in NYC
New York City is home to the biggest Chinese-American population in the U.S., so it’s a great place to explore Chinese customs, history, and of course, food! ... (more...)

Historical Places to Visit in the NY Metro Area
UPDATED JULY 2016: Looking for fun day trips that will keep you and your kids entertained while learning during the summer and on weekends? We've compiled a chronological list of 16 historic places in the New York metro area that offer plenty of fun while keeping the kids engaged. ... (more...)

How STEM Education Can Help Our Kids And Our World
Science, technology, engineering, and math are the four subjects that may be most important for our kids to be learning now. STEM education is finally getting the attention it deserves and there are many programs, classes, camps, and museum activities that will let your child learn STEM subjects. We need more scientists and innovators and STEM education holds the key. Building rockets, robots, and other cool contraptions helps kids become creative thinkers and problem solvers and may help them and our world in the future.... (more...)

Visiting Storm King Art Center with Kids
A family guide to visiting the sculpture garden Storm King Art Center in New Windsor, NY.... (more...)

10 Things to Do with Kids in Tribeca
Our list of the top 10 things to do with kids in Tribeca.... (more...)

10 Things to Do with Kids in Williamsburg
Our top 10 picks for things to do with kids in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.... (more...)

Field Station: Dinosaurs Lets Kids Be Paleontologists for a Day
Field Station: Dinosaurs is an innovative attraction just minutes from NYC featuring 30+ full-size animatronic dinosaurs and other dinosaur-related activities. ... (more...)

4 Reasons to Visit Hilton Head Island in the Off-Season
Beach vacations don't only have to happen in the summer. Here are four reasons to visit Hilton Head Island, SC, in the off-season.... (more...)

New York Locations Made famous by Superheroes
Check out these New York landmarks featured in Super Hero movies or comic strips.... (more...)

Wave Hill: My Favorite Spot in NYC
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.... (more...)

15 Things to Do in Astoria With Kids
Get to know Astoria, New York. Here are 15 amazing things to do in Astoria for the whole family.... (more...)

Meet the NY Metro Area Contenders on 'MasterChef Junior' Season 4
Meet the MasterChef Junior Season 4 contestants who hail from the NY metro area, including Adam from Brooklyn, NY; Amaya from Bergenfield, NJ; Jesse from Manhattan; and Kaitlyn from Yorktown Heights, NY.... (more...)

Best Kept Secrets of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art isn't called the world’s greatest museum for nothing. If you've never taken your kids to see its treasure troves, don't wait another week. ... (more...)

Travel to Northwest Arkansas for Family-Friendly Fun
If you're looking for a great family trip, explore Northwest Arkansas and discover a world of kid-friendly activities that children will love in the burgeoning areas of Fayetteville and Bentonville.... (more...)

Top 20 Things to Do in the Fall on Long Island
Have fun in the fall on Long Island at these 20 must-do family events, including country fairs and harvest festivals, Halloween celebrations, apple and pumpkin picking at local farms, and more!... (more...)

Art Classes and Programs for Kids in Fairfield County, CT
UPDATED JULY 2015: Does your child seem to always find a way to make art out of things laying around the house? Let him or her develop their inner artist at an art studio that teaches art lessons for kids in Fairfield County, Connecticut, including Norwalk, Redding, Danbury, Darien, Bridgeport, Newtown, and New Canaan.... (more...)

Prospect Heights Children’s Studio and Store Now Open
Tykes in the Heights, a children's store and activity center, recently opened in Prospect Heights. The store offers classes such as sing-alongs, art and creative movement, mommy-and-me time, and creative workshops for kids of all ages.... (more...)

Outdoor Activities for Kids in Westchester in March
Get outside with the top outdoor activities in Westchester for kids who love nature in March.... (more...)

How to De-Clutter Your Home
Relish in the opportunity to show off your clean and clutter-free home with these six tips for organizing and getting rid of the clutter in your home.... (more...)

Something Awesome To Do with Kids Every Day this Summer!
Keep the kids entertained during summer vacation without breaking the bank! There are 95 days of summer--make each one count with our list of 95 fun things to do with your family in the New York City area, from must-do family trips to cool craft projects and beyond.... (more...)

More Summer Camp Fun for the Winter
As a way to combat the cold winter months and psych your kids (and yourself) up for summer that currently seems just out of reach, we’re bringing camp home with an array of slightly modified camp activities that can easily be implemented indoors. Our official guide starts in the February issue, but as promised we’ve got many more ideas, so here they are…... (more...)

High-End Brand Consignment Store Opens in Greenwich
The Haute Spot, a high-end consignment store, recently opened in Greenwich. The store offers brands such as J. Crew, Ralph Lauren, and Lilly Pulitzer for lower prices.... (more...)

May 9-10 Weekend Highlights by NYMetroParents
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10 Ways to Get Creative with Chores
Want to nurture your child's creativity and get him to do some chores around the house at the same time? Here are 10 ways to make chores more fun for kids by letting them get creative with cleaning, cooking, and even feeding their pets.... (more...)

10 Tips for Traveling to Walt Disney World
Planning a family vacation to Walt Disney World? We've got the top 10 tips for traveling with your family to Disney from a parent who's been.... (more...)

Where to: Hot Chocolate and Teas for Holiday Cheer - 2009 Guide
Take a break from holiday shopping to find a warm mug of cocoa or tea to wrap your hands around and recharge your holiday cheer. Here's our 2009 guide for New York, Long Island, and Connecticut.... (more...)

Seven Vacations for Families with Children with Special Needs
Traveling with children can be a challenge, but traveling with children with special needs can be even more challenging. Here are seven vacations, including Autism on the Seas and AdventureSmith, that cater to special needs to make your vacation an actual vacation, plus tips for traveling with a wheelchair.... (more...)

Stuff We Like: Awesome Apptivities for iPad
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Stuff We Like: Owls and Dragons and Zebras, Oh My!
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Feb. 6-8 Weekend Highlights by NYMetroParents
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What to Do with Kids in Mystic, Connecticut
Take the family to nearby Mystic, Connecticut, a coastal New England town with a big history, small-town charm, and maritime culture. Read on for exciting descriptions of such Mystic attractions as the Pequot Museum, the Mystic Aquarium, Mystic Seaport, and much more.... (more...)

Family Outing: Brooklyn's Prospect Park
Families looking for some outdoor activity in Brooklyn are sure to find something that interests them in Prospect Park. Spanning 585 acres, the park is situated between many popular neighborhoods and attractions and has something to offer everyone, from picnics to carousel rides to sea lion shows.... (more...)