34 Things To Do With Preschoolers This Winter

Photo courtesy of Brandywine River Museum
Photo courtesy of Brandywine River Museum
1/4/19 - By Kristen Sullivan

It can be challenging to keep Philly toddlers and preschoolers entertained during the winter months. Cold temperatures, snow, and ice can exclude outdoor play as an option and may force Philly parents to get creative at home. But if the weather isn’t being too uncooperative, there are plenty of ways to engage those young, inquisitive minds and energetic little bodies outside of the house. 

Mommy Poppins Philadelphia has rounded up our top picks to keep Philly parents and their young kids from going stir crazy this winter. From the city to the suburbs, little ones in the Delaware Valley can learn, grow, and be inspired no matter what the thermometer reads. Browse our list below to find the perfect fit for your children.


Places featured in this article:

Kimmel Center Common Wealth Plaza

Free Library of Philadelphia/ Central Library

Free Library of Philadelphia/ Central Library

American Swedish Historical Museum

Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Penn Museum (University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology)

Brandywine River Museum

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia

The Museum of American History at Deptford, NJ