July 22, 2017
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Saturday, July 22 (See map view)

This annual celebration of the Bard’s work features two of Shakespeare’s much-loved plays (Twelfth Night and Love’s Labour’s Lost) plus Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, as well as The Book of Will - a mostly true look at the backstage workings of The Globe Theater. Check website for schedule.

This hilltop paradise was home to four generations of the Rockefeller family. There are different levels of tours to take visitors through the main rooms of the six story main house, as well as the expansive, terraced gardens. The tour includes stories that highlight the lives of the Rockefeller family. check website for times and tour options. Kykuit. Each tour begins at the Visitors Center at Philipsburg …

timed tours.

Playland! One of the nation’s oldest amusement parks is open for the season, welcoming visitors to enjoy over 50 rides and attractions, including five roller coasters. Young visitors can have gentle fun in Kiddyland, while the more adventurous can enjoy thrill rides. Check website for hours throughout the season.

The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre brings enjoyment to families with its innovative marionette productions based on children’s classics. Now showing in this Central Park theater: The Princess, The Emperor and the Duck, a modern retelling of three classic tales by Hans Christian Andersen. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.The schedule varies; check website for …

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

Connecticut’s only zoo features 300 animals including some rarely seen species such as Siberian tigers, a Brazilian ocelot and Golden Lion tamarins.Other highlights for visitors are a South American rain forest exhibit, a New England farmyard and a prairie dog exhibit. Visitors can eat in the scenic Picnic Grove and take a ride on the carousel!


Arrrr you ready for fun? Pint-sized pirates have swashbuckling fun as they hunt through Philipsburg Manor’s historic grounds for precious cargo, tattoos, sword fights and other pirate adventures.


This U.S. premiere of the exhibit uses hands-on activities to explore mass, energy, simple machines, architecture and other science topics. Twenty hands-on exhibits place museum visitors inside the world of the Angry Birds games. Using giant slingshots, kids and adults of all ages can propel balls adorned with the images of Angry Birds characters to test structures. Visitors can also build and race …

10 am to 6 pm.

For a limited time this summer, visitors can enjoy close encounters with butterflies and learn about their role in nature. One may even land on you!


Summertime is a great time for exploration and discovery at Teatown. Lace up your hiking boots and join us for habitat hikes, critter care and stream stomps. We’ll start with a story and end with an activity, with plenty of time for discovery in between. For Everyone. Members Free, Non-members $7. Programs require pre-registration. To register, visit teatown.eventbrite.com or call 914-762-2912 …


Artwork created by the world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly is on view at the New York Botanical Garden, in a show that features 20 installations and includes the artists’ drawings and early works. The Garden’s dramatic landscape becomes the living canvas for works showcasing Chihuly’s signature shapes in brilliant colors.


This dynamic learning environment for kids features 6,000- square-feet of interactive, hands-on exhibits for children including a beach-themed Toddler Zone, KEVA Planks construction exhibit, the Build Your Own Roller Coaster exhibit and two Makerspaces.For all ages. Reservations not required.


Paint the colors of summer into a garden painting made without brushes, inspired by all the flowering plants in the garden. Combine mists of watercolors with paper flowers to create a blooming vision.


Flamboyant flamingos are hot weather creatures so it’s only fitting that these crazy looking hot-pink birds are on display for a summer only exhibit at the Aquarium.


This new event at the zoo is a fully-netted bridge-and-tower course and nature play area geared toward children and families. Coca-Cola is the presenting sponsor Nature Trek as well as dedicated educational programming encouraging the exploration of the natural world through play.

10 am to 4:30 pm.

The creatively landscaped and meticulously maintained garden on the grounds of the PepsiCo campus are the site of a wonderful collection of the works of major twentieth century artists. After being closed for renovations, this beautiful Sculpture Garden is once again open to the public!


Tours of this historic site begin for the season on April 1. This lovely but unassuming country church has a stained glass window by Henri Matisse (his last work of art) and nine windows created by Marc Chagall. These glorious windows are on display for visitors. Tours are subject to congregation activities; call for daily schedule.


From May to November, Stone Barns requires the purchase of a one-day admission ticket on weekends. This allows visitors to participate in seasonal, hands-on activities, and drop in tours. Admission is free during the week, although there is a charge for certain weekday events. Check website for full schedule.


The Museum’s outdoor Nature Play Area opens for the season today. Come celebrate with special opening day activities and enjoy this unique play area. Grasshopper Grove is open Saturdays and Sundays through mid-November.


Healthyville is a nationally touring interactive exhibit on health and wellness, teaching children important facts about nutrition, fitness, safety, hygiene and functions of the body. Visitors have hands-on opportunities to explore health by looking inside a giant nose, moving on a fitness trail and flossing inside a huge mouth.


This one hour tour is perfect for first-time visitors to Lyndhurst. See the sumptuous Victorian architecture and décor and European paintings that adorn the elegant entryway, reception rooms, parlor, library and more.


Guides authentically dressed in 1800s garb lead tours around this elegant estate, which was the home of noted author Washington Irving. The mansion, as well as the beautiful grounds featuring a view of the Hudson River, make for a wonderful afternoon of exploring and history.


Visitors to the Manor tour the 300 year-old house, participate in hands-on activities of the 19th century, see the working gristmill and learn about the day-to-day lives of the Manor’s former inhabitants. Guests take guided, timed tours.

timed tours begin at 10:30am.

Brady Rymer makes infectious, high energy rock and roll for kids and families. Don’t miss this Grammy winning artisit’s dynamic and fun live show.

11am and 3pm.

KJK Productions presents Disney’s "Beauty and the Beast", performed live on stage by adults at the Putnam Valley Performing Arts Center! This tale as old as time tells the story of Belle, a young bookworm in a provincial town who dreams of faraway lands, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell placed by an enchantress. With the help of creatures in the castle, Belle teaches …


The South Street Seaport Museum has a new exhibition, "Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners." The exhibit features ship models, artifacts and memorabilia from ocean liners, giving visitors an in-depth look at the dramatic differences between ship travel for millionaires in First Class and immigrants in Third Class.


Stay cool and have fun with a day of dee jay music, games and family activities throughout the afternoon. Rain date July 23.


You can almost smell the art at the The Hudson River Museum this summer, thanks to the floral beauty of two different exhibits featuring flowers. "Floral Arrangements: Highlights from the Collection," and “Robert Zakantich: Garden of Ornament” are blooming in Yonkers through September.


Explore artwork on view in Glyndor Gallery on a family-friendly tour with a Curatorial Fellow.

Noon to 1 pm.

The Hammond Museum’s Japanese Stroll Garden is a beautiful and peaceful piece of nature, perfect for an afternoon walk. And now the Museum has partnered with noted sculptors to display works of art in a beautiful and natural setting.


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