90 Things to do in New York
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Beach State Park
State Park is a barrier island linked to Long Island. The park contains
10 miles of excellent beaches attracting an estimated six million
people a year. The park also boasts a popular 2 mile long boardwalk.
If you enjoy music head for the outdoor arena Nikon at the Jones
87 Wave Hill
views of the Hudson River it is hard to beat the 28-acre internationally
acclaimed Wave Hill public garden. The gardens are not as popular
as you would expect given its outlook and attractions. The gardens
offer programs in horticulture and the visual, performing and literary
arts, for visitors of all ages. The Wave Hill Café selection
of light fare, and terrace seating provides a sweeping view of the
Hudson River and great option for lunch.
a rabbit or possibly a guinea pig (named Panda?) at the Brooklyn
Children's museum Animal Outpost
Museum is the world's first museum for kids. It is focused on interactive
and dynamic exhibits this is an engaging experience for children
and parents alike.Here the kids can make their own pizza sell it
to you and operate the cash register.
It pays to
get out of bed early at the weekend as admission is free if you
arrive early. The early kid catches the creepy crawlies from the
wildlife collection, wizard costumes and the animals in at Animal
Outpost. There is also an under 5s exhibit called "Totally
Tots" and free entry at anytime if you own a New
Museum of the Arts
Free your child's
inner Picasso when you bring her/him to the Children's Museum of
the Arts where they can learn how to paint, sculpt, or appreciate
all different kinds of art. Entrance is by donation only on Thursdays
from 4 to 6 p.m.
90 The Staten
Island Children's Museum
Island Children's Museum offers daily free programs after the admission
fee into the museum. Kids can learn how to be a chef at Kidz Cook
or be crafty at Crafty Kids.
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