Families on Long Island have a seemingly endless supply of options for activities and events that their children will enjoy. One reason being that all of the fantastic Long Island museums are just a short drive away. Here’s a few of our absolute favorites.
Whether you throw perfect strikes or can’t seem to get your ball out of the gutter, bowling is always an enjoyable time no matter how old you are. For an upcoming night out, grab your friends, reserve a couple of lanes and compete for bragging rights at these Long Island bowling alleys.
As a kid, there’s nothing better than a day off from school following a big snow storm. You can sleep late, play in the snow and drink endless cups of hot cocoa! You can also try out some of these insanely fun snow day activities that your kids are sure to enjoy.
During the winter months, the bitter cold and snow can sometimes limit the activities or events that families can enjoy. However, here on Long Island, there are tons of fun things to do in winter that won’t break the bank.
Believe or not, the holidays will be here before you know it. With Thanksgiving around the corner, people are beginning to scramble around trying to find the right gifts for friends and family, while also bargain-hunting for the season’s best sales. Check out this roundup of some of the best Black Friday deals available.
There’s no better time to enjoy Long Island’s true essence than during the autumn months. From Suffolk to Nassau, you can take part in tons of fun and family-friendly fall activities like apple picking, pumpkin patches, fairs, and more. We’ve rounded up the best of the best of what’s happening this fall throughout all of Long Island.
Getting kids back into the school year groove is a daunting task for some parents, especially when you still need to shake off that summer routine. All you need to do is have a plan and start early. Waiting until the last second is just going to delay the inevitable. If you need some ideas to make sure your kids are prepared for the upcoming academic year, these back to school tips should do the trick.
Coined The City By the Sea, Long Beach is home to more than thirty-three thousand residents that forged together as a community following Hurricane Sandy. Between Reynolds Channel in the north and 3.5 miles of untouched beaches in the south, Long Beach is much more than just sand and surf. Long Beach is known for their quality restaurants and bars, as well as a dedicated Parks & Recreation department that hosts tons of fun events with something for just about everyone. There are so many things to do in Long Beach NY this summer.
All the kids are out of school and summer is in full swing. Throughout Long Island, there are so many places and activities that are meant to be enjoyed during these few summer months. With all this free time and so much fun stuff out there, you may not be able to take advantage of it all. So, we rounded up the best of the best and compiled this definitive list of how all kids should be spending this Long Island summer.
Halloween is one of the most exciting holidays of the year for most youngsters—a night of tricks and treats (usually too many treats), costumes and decorations, and the opportunity to stay up a wee bit past bedtime (if they’re lucky). But while Halloween has the potential to be a super fun night for everybody involved, it can also become a nightmare if you’re not careful. Here are some trick-or-treating safety tips to share with your kids before you embark on your night of spooky fun.