FeelNYC solves all your complaints with: the best family friendly activities in New York

No doubt New York has an endless array of events, concerts, and museums to choose from. However when you are visiting the big Apple with the family it can be a little daunting to try and find something to do that´s interesting for everyone as well as child friendly. That´s why FeelNYC is here to help solve all your problems and complaints with the best family friendly activities to do in the district.

The Queens Zoo and Wildlife Center: this is the perfect place to take the kids during the day if you want to have a nice quaint stroll and see some awesome wildlife.

Trapeze School of New York: For the adventurous kids that are 6 and older this is a truly awesome activity. The kids can swing on a trapeze bar that´s 23 feet up in the air. Adventurous chaperons and adults are also welcome to join in on the fun. (Address: 353 West Street (Pier 40))

Chelsea Piers: You wouldn´t think the docks is the place to be for family friendly activities but in New York everything is possible. Along this pier you´ll find a massive sports complex which offers a huge selection of activities including rock climbing, biking and basketball. This is open for all ages. (Address: 23rd St at the Hudson River)

Children´s museum of Manhattan: This is more of a giant activity center than a museum. Recommended for children ages 8 and under this “museum” is the perfect place.  (Address: 212 W 83RD St)

So now, no more problems and complaints thanks to FeelNYC and its guide to the best family friendly activities in the district.

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