Looking for family-friendly activities for this midwinter break and beyond? Whether you live in the neighborhood or are visiting, Flatiron & NoMad are great destinations for families. Our guide features several fun offerings that you and your children can enjoy.
Escape Room Madness, 38 West 32nd Street, 5th Floor, (212) 239-8800, @escaperoommadness Enjoy a fun adventure to find clues and solve mysteries in various escape rooms designed for families with kids ages 10+ or 16+.
The Lego Store, 200 Fifth Avenue, (212) 255-3217, @lego The Lego Store offers opportunities for kids to practice building, create a one-of-a-kind mosaic and find your next set to build.
Museum of National Mathematics, 11 East 26th Street, (212) 542-0566, @momath1 The Museum of National Mathematics (MoMath) offers multiple interactive exhibits and activities for kids and families to learn about the fun world of math. Purchase tickets here.
Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street, (917) 722-2439, @posterhousenyc The museum dedicated to posters hosts children’s programming each month with Poster Kids featuring art-making workshops. Admission is free for children 18 and under.
SPIN New York 23, 48 East 23rd Street, (212) 982-8802, @wearespin
Challenge your family to a few ping pong matches at SPIN 23. Great for families with older kids, you can play for groups of 2 to 10 guests. From February 20 -24 from 2 – 6 pm, enjoy SPIN’s Family Special promotion featuring: $39 ping pong table (normally $49) with an optional add on of $15 for a pizza, fries, and soft drinks (per person). Reserve your table.
Martial Arts & Yoga
Karma Kids Yoga, 16 Madison Square West, 12th Floor, (646) 638-1444, @karmakidsyoga
As seen on Sesame Street, Karma Kids Yoga offers a variety of fun-filled virtual yoga classes for kids and families. Check here for a schedule of virtual yoga classes held on Zoom for babies, toddlers, kids and teens.
Tiger Schulman MMA, 688 Sixth Avenue, (646) 396-3303, @tsmma_chelsea
The martial arts studio features kickbox classes for adults and karate classes for kids of all ages. Sign-up for a beginner class.
Center for Book Arts, 28 West 27th Street, (212) 481-0295, @centerforbookarts Center for Book Arts (CBA) offers a variety of events and workshops for kids to learn about the craft of bookmaking.
Rizzoli Bookstore, 1133 Broadway, (212) 759-2424, @rizzolibookstore Browse and shop an amazing children’s books section at Rizzoli, a longstanding bookstore in the neighborhood with author readings and events. Check out puzzles and children’s art sets as well.
TADA! Youth Theater, 15 West 28th Street, (212) 252-1619, @tadatheater
If your children love acting or are interested in theater, look no further. During the midwinter break from February 20-24, kids ages 5-9 can participate in a fun School Break Camp.