Your Amazing End to New York Children: January 7-9
Have another great New York Kids week with our list of things to do! Make an indoor wall with the family, Go on a High Line Walking Tour or stay and listen to a kid-friendly podcast.
Are you looking for more fun activities to do this holiday season? behold Our Holiday Bucket List: Unique and Holiday NYC!
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One of NYC’s most iconic holiday traditions is back and better than ever this year! The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden is now over 30 years old and will feature a beautiful display of model trains that will zip through more than 175 famous New York landmarks. Your kids will love to admire a mini copy of this beautiful city lit by thousands of twinkling lights. The Holiday Train Show will run now through January 23rd.
It can be hard in the Winter months to have to stay inside all the time. Try to make this time memorable and fun by creating an interior wall! Whether you’re looking for a wall that you can buy online or you want to try making one with the supplies you already have, this activity can be fun for the whole family to get involved.
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Spend this winter ice skating season at various locations around NYC! Ice skating is one of New Yorkers favorite activities to do this time of year and many rinks also host events throughout the season that families are welcome to attend!
Winter is upon us, which means we will be spending a lot of time over the next few months. To free kids from electronics and reduce their screen time, try them out with a podcast! Podcasts made for kids are a great way to keep your kids engaged while also improving reading skills, developing communication skills.
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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 grew up watching beautiful castles and talking clocks and teapots dancing around our screens, but have you ever wondered where Walt Disney came from that inspired him? This new exhibition, Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Art, gives you a look at the many artworks and archived videos that show Disney’s personal interest in European art and how he decided to include it in some of his most famous films. The exhibit is open until March 6, 2022 and tickets can be purchased at advance online.
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Be sure to stop in Industry City to take advantage of this one-stop destination for the holidays. Gather and go to enjoy their outdoor ice skating rink, the local Makers Guild shopping or to walk and admire their beautiful holiday lights and decorations.