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Pick fresh fruit with amazing flavor at this farm in Dutchess County. Strawberries are ready in June, followed later by blueberries, apples and more.
Have a wheel-y fun time at this pop-up roller rink complete with music and theme nights. Located outside at Center Court.
Kids can step inside the colorful world of Trolls in this interactive exhibit in New York City. Pick out your favorite Troll hairdo, then head out on a scavenger hunt to get ready for Poppy’s Best Day Ever party. On the way you’ll get the party going as a Musical Mix Master, step inside the confetti Caterbus, climb around Critter Creek, and don 3D Glitter Goggles to let loose at the big …
Original picture book art is on display in the Learning Center this summer, highlighting animal characters in conversation with each other and inspiring conversations with the viewer. A variety of styles are on view from books written and illustrated by Nick Bruel, Eric Carle, Carson Ellis, Jerry Pinkney, Giselle Potter, Marisabina Russo, and Mo Willems. Creative illustration and animal-inspired activities …
Take a stroll to the Native Plant Meadow and join children and families as they read the story Bumblebee at Apple Tree Lane and walk among one of their short hiking trails. Stay after to explore the nature center.
Pick-your-own season kicks off in early June with the farm’s certified organic strawberries. As the season rolls on, you can also pick sweet and sour cherries, organic raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, peaches and nectarines. Check website for availability.
Can you "spot" two of the rarest (and littlest) of the big cats on Earth? Visit the Amur leopard habitat for a chance to see cubs Orion and Kallisto. These critically endangered leopards were born at the Zoo in January and recently made their public debut. Just meow-velous!
A fun, educational and interactive series of reading, games and other activities led by the staff of the Rye Free Reading Room. Held at the South Pavilion, rain or shine.
Forget what you think you know about the King of the Dinosaurs. This special exhibition explores the full tyrannosaur story with life-sized reconstructions at various life stages, real fossils and casts, large-scale video projections, hands-on interactives and an exhilarating virtual reality experience that lets visitors work in a group to assemble a T. rex skeleton.
A roaring good time is back at the Bronx Zoo! Take the biggest, most realistic dinosaur ride in America to see 40 life-size animatronic dinos. Learn about species such as T-Rex and Spinosaurus and connections between animals at the zoo and their prehistoric predecessors. Plus, visit the fossil dig area, take photos and more.
Explore this car-free, 172-acre island gem in the heart of New York Harbor. Enjoy Slide Hill, play fountains, hammocks, biking, kayaking and many other activities throughout the summer. Check website for schedule.
Unleash your Ninja building powers to complete Master Wu’s challenges to become a Master of Spinjitzu! Pick your Elemental Power, build and fly your Spinjitzu flyer, create your epic battle movie and more.
This program gets the youngest museum visitors exploring the Bruce’s collection. Plus, little ones hear a story and do a hands-on activity. Check website for specific program topics.
Join Barnes & Noble booksellers for a story and coloring activity every week in the Children’s Department.
Mama and Baby Yoga will help you stretch, strengthen, and breathe while bonding with your baby and getting to know other new moms.
Meet an amazing variety of fish, crabs, mollusks and other creatures brought up out of Long Island Sound right before your eyes. Help collect and examine the animals on this 2.5-hour cruise.
Learn about the native plants of Brazil and become inspired plant lovers and designer-artists like Burle Marx. In the Children’s Adventure Garden, kids can pot up a fantastic philodendron plant and design a playful sculpture inspired by the bold colors and geometric shapes used by Marx.
The garden is a-buzz with pollinators! Learn all about the relationships between a flower’s life cycle and bees, bugs and butterflies. Explore an apiary and taste local honey.
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