Midtown East Kids Neighborhood Guide
Midtown East with Kids: Top 35 Things to Do for Families Beyond the Usual Tourist Attractions
Like its neighbor Midtown West, Midtown East is sometimes dismissed by native New Yorkers as...
Places to Play in Midtown East: Parks & Playgrounds, Indoor Play Spaces & Cool Culture Spots
Midtown East may not be the first neighborhood that pops into your head when you picture a day out...
Midtown East Family-Friendly Restaurants
We finish up our spotlight on Midtown East with a roundup of the best family-friendly restaurants...
Destination Library: The Children's Center at 42nd Street
In 2008, we wrote about the opening of the Children's Center at 42nd Street in the main branch...
Lego Store in Rockefeller Center: Must-See New York City Megastore
Until I visited the new Lego Store that opened up in Rockefeller Center last week I never realized...
Scandinavia House's Redesigned Heimbold Family Children’s Playing and Learning Center in Murray Hill
[UPDATED: February 18, 2013] There's a secret most Murray Hill families don't want getting...
Things to Do and See at Rockefeller Center (Besides the Tree)
Already visited the tree? Enjoy these other kid-friendly Rockefeller Center activities.
NYC Holiday Windows Walk 2013: Seeing Department Store Christmas Displays with Kids
Click here to see the amazing 2014 Department Store Holiday Windows. Taking a leisurely stroll...
NYC Playgrounds With Shade: Play It Cool at These Shady Parks in NYC
Cool off under a flower-covered trellis or large shade trees at these playgrounds.READ MORE
Special Needs Summer Camps In and Near NYC
Find extra support with all the fun of summer camp at these programs.READ MORE
NYC Summer Day Camps With Swimming Programs
Traditional day camps, sleepaway camps, and specialty camps with pool time.READ MORE
A Dozen Birthday Party Ideas for Teens and Tweens in NYC
No teenage eye rolls here – just fun birthday party ideas!READ MORE
Great Arts Camps for NYC Kids to Learn to Paint, Sculpt, Sing and Perform
There's no place better than New York City for kids to learn about art, and what better way...READ MORE