The Family Traveler

A Suggested Itinerary

Dear Family Traveler,

Welcome to Your Day in New York

Kids, parents, and even grandparents, can experience fun together.  New York City is a wonderful family destination anytime of year with museums, zoos, and attractions for all ages.  Central Park has playgrounds, jungle gyms, and other outdoor opportunities.

From pizza tastings to cupcake tours, there are a variety of tours we can recommend whose guides are great at making it fun for both parents and children.  Coney Island events and summer festivals to story times and shop openings.  Wear a comfy pair of shoes and begin your journey today.

In this suggested itinerary we have included a place to stay and three activities to complete which will take you around the popular Lower Manhattan Neighborhood of Greenwich Village.




Featured Neighborhood

Upper West Side + Central Park


Grab Something to Eat

The Meatball Shop

Address: 110 Waverly Place

Since opening on Second Avenue in 2013, the Meatball Shop has become staple with Upper East Side families—for both dinner and brunch. Like the shop's other locations, young visitors can mark (using a crayon) what they'd like to order off the "Ballers in Training" menu. Kids can choose a ball (beef, chicken or veggie), plus a sauce and two sides for $7. Make sure everyone saves room for the restaurant's popular (and delicious) ice cream sandwiches for dessert. This location also gets crowded, so definitely plan accordingly.



Dig for Dinosaur Bones

American Museum of Natural History

  • Central Park West & 79th St, New York, NY 10024
  • https://www.amnh.org/
  • Who doesn't love to see dinosaur bones? Or a life-sized model of a blue whale? The American Museum of Natural History offers visitors of all ages wonderful exhibits (https://www.tripsavvy.com/amnh-visitors-guide-1613169) where you can explore science and the natural world up close. Only after visiting with my own kids did I realize that the displays offer all the excitement of a zoo (ANIMALS!) without the difficulty of finding them in their habitat. Be warned: there are gifts shops on nearly every level, so it's hard to avoid them!

    Stroll in the Park

    Central Park

    Escape the bustle of the city and discover a quiet oasis in the heart of Manhattan. From picnics on the Great Lawn and boating on the lake to horse-drawn carriage tours, riding the historic carousel and visiting animals in the zoo, Central Park is a New York must.


    Conclusion

    But it's only the beginning.

    While your trip may have come to an end, New York City offers a never ending list of things to do and experiences to be had. Please get in touch with us.








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