New York has tons of thing to do but it’s best to prepare before visiting the city especially if you’re with kids. We’ve compiled a list of activities you should consider when vacationing in New York with children.
American Girl store
If you’re traveling with girls, a stop at the American Girl store is a must. You will find all things for your daughter’s American girl doll and a matching outfit for your child. You can then stop at the American Girl café and have lunch with your daughters and their American Girl doll. It’s a really fun store if your kids are into dolls.
Your daughter can even schedule an appointment at the American Girl salon and get a matching hairdo with their doll.
Frozen Broadway Show
The Frozen Broadway Show will please the whole family. Elsa, Olaf, and friends will entertain adults and kids from start to finish with special effects and beautiful scenes.
Madame Tussauds New York
Madame Tussauds New York is a family favorite for funny pictures with your kids favorite star or character. Where else can you take a picture of your child imitating the incredible Hulk?
Dylan’s Candy Bar
Which kid doesn’t like candy? Usually too much of a good thing is not good except for this place. It’s candy heaven for kids but they also bring adults back to their childhood with candies we used to eat as a kid.
Dave and Busters
Challenge your kids to an arcade game at Dave and Busters in Times Square. It’s the perfect place to visit on a rainy day.
Address: 62 Chelsea Piers
Chelsea Piers is a sports and entertainment multi-complex. They have soccer, basketball, ice skating, gymnastics, golf driving range, and so much more.
The M&M store in New York is a must when traveling with kids. Did you know they sell over 400 million chocolate M&M per day? They make 2 billions M&M per day at the chocolate factory in New Jersey.
It’s a fun place to visit and buy chocolate. Don’t forget to take a picture of your child by a giant M&Ms.
The highline is the best place to walk with the kids in New York City. It’s an old train track converted in a walking path from the Jacob Javits Center to the Meatpacking District. It’s a must!
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Brooklyn Children’s Museum provides first cultural experiences for children and families that inspire curiosity, creativity, and lifelong love of learning.