Awesome New York Kids Weekend: November 26-28
It’s never too early to start planning for the Thanksgiving weekend in New York!Take your family to watch “The Decoded Da Vinci”, visit the PAW Patrol™ Experience or support your local charity to help families in need
Are you looking for more interesting activities for this holiday?Check Our holiday bucket list: extraordinary and festive New York!
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Visit the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture and watch the real life-size masterpiece “The Last Supper”. This spectacular exhibition offers stunning, all-encompassing replicas in a private environment, and will provide visitors with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study all aspects of work-these aspects have been attracting curious people for more than 500 years. This unique, family-friendly exhibition offers free audio guides in English and Spanish. Participation is strictly restricted in the village center at the corner of Bleecker and Elizabeth Street for only four weeks. Book your tickets now!
The biggest holiday shopping day of the year is this weekend! Many stores will offer discounts to help you save money while buying gifts for your family and friends that they will like.Plan what you want to look for in the store by looking at the highest discounts on popular items here.
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Spend weekends in ski resorts for the perfect winter holiday. Skiing is one of the most popular winter sports for many families, and there are many family-friendly resorts to choose from. The advantage of these family-friendly resorts is that they offer gentle slopes and lessons (ski school) for new skiers, so the whole family can enjoy this winter activity!
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Skating has become a very popular winter activity in New York City. Fortunately, the ice rink at Rockefeller Center is now open this season! Whether you want to participate in group skating or hold a private skating event, you can pick up your skates (or rent them) and have wonderful memories with your family this winter!
After dark this winter, explore the Brooklyn Botanic Garden at Lightscape. This lighting spectacle brings the garden to life, allowing visitors to walk around and admire all the beautiful lights. This outdoor experience is open from November 19th to January 9th, and you can buy tickets online before visiting.
This is a season of giving. What better way to give back to the community than to support or donate to charities. For many families in New York City, the past year and a half have been difficult, and now you can help them get back on their feet.
Join some of your child’s favorite puppies and take part in this one-of-a-kind shopping experience at the CAMP store on the Hudson Yards! Your child will be able to participate in themed environments, games and activities, making it the perfect weekend activity to try. Tickets are selling quickly, so be sure to book on the CAMP website before departure!
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Christian Dior is known as one of the most prolific designers in the fashion industry, and now you can witness some of his beautiful works with your own eyes! In addition to the 200 garments on display, visitors can also see photos, sketches, archive videos and accessories.The exhibition will last until February 20, 2022, tickets can be purchased on their website website.