Your Amazing End to New York Children: January 28-30
It’s never too early to get ready for another awesome weekend! Get your kids a book to read in the winter, take the family on a High Line walking tour, or take them on a ride in Ice Bumper Cars.
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Get ready to celebrate the Lunar New Year by bringing the family to some events around NYC! This upcoming Chinese New Year is the year of the tiger and is all about power, courage, risk taking and adventure. What better way to start the year then than find a family-friendly activity that is both educational and fun.
There is nothing better in the winter than to pick up a good book to read and sit by the window while the snow falls. Reading can help inspire your kids while they are inside but it will also fill your child’s imagination with interesting and fun stories!
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Bumper Cars on Ice is back in Bryant Park for the winter! This fun and popular event is now open until February 28. Adults and children ages 7 and up can ride these bumper cars and fly around the ice of Winter Village! Be sure to check out their special night ride that only happens on select days. Tickets can be purchased on their website and all riders must sign a waiver on site before you can jump.
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Battery Playscape opened to the public on December 16,2021 and is now the newest and most popular site to visit! Not only is it a fun playscape that your kids can spend a lot of time on, but it’s made with a new contemporary design to increase environmental awareness. Playscape has five ecology zones that children can play, as well as an improv/puppet theater.
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This iconic rink and winter village is now open for New Yorkers to enjoy this winter! Located on the 23rd Floor Outdoor Rooftop, Visitors will be able to skate around while also gazing at the beautiful view of the Manhattan skyline. Be sure to warm up and enjoy delicious food and drink by reserving your own private heated chalets!
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These special winter walks allow you to see the story behind this famous park while being guided on a free tour! You will learn about the history, design, and scenery of the park while also looking at some beautiful scenery. The tours are first come first serve and each lasts 45 minutes.
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We all know these winter months can be pretty cold and one of the easiest ways to stay warm is to grab a cup of hot chocolate! Luckily for us New Yorkers, there are many shops and restaurants located around the city that sell traditional and unique hot chocolate.