Being quite far from the Central Park, which is considered to be the major attraction, TriBeCa has quite a lot to offer.
Let’s start with free options.
1. Barnes & Noble
97 Warren Street at Greenwich Street
Like many other Barnes & Noble locations around the city, this place offers an amazing collection of kids literature and some lego tables. Saturday morning storytime and occasional children’s author readings.
2. Color Me Mine
92 Reade Street . Now here you’ll have to pay a little. There is a sitting fee. And cover the cost of pottery (starting at $18).
3. Church Street School for Music and Art
74 Warren Street
This absolutely unique space is a nonprofit arts and music school. It offers a semester-long classes for all ages. And some adults. Occasionally the host $10 drop-in classes such as open art and music. However, you have to check the schedule.
95 Franklin. First of all – its members buy lasix online only.
4,000 square feet of indoor play Montessori preschool program, huge indoor playground And one of the cleanest playgrounds in the city! On Saturdays, Playgarden hosts Project Play date.
120 Warren Street. Family memberships are available. With an access to an indoor pool; and wide variety of classes, including sports, visual arts programs, clubhouse, game room and outdoor programs at Pier 25.
40 Gold Street.
A membership only. The place offers Gym classes, music classes, art classes, dance classes and very special enrichment classes, starting from birth.
100 Reade Street
classes, gym, party packages. Members only. Pretty much as any Gymboree location.
8. NY Kids Club
88 Leonard Street between
a state-of-the-art gym, classrooms, a dance studio and the usual classes, camps, party packages and preschool alternative.
Main photo credit Maarten van den Heuvel