- TripBuzz found 378 things to do with kids in or near Greenwich, Connecticut, including 366 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bronx, Flushing, Norwalk and Queens.
- From Greenwich Skating Club to Magic Touch Fishing, Inc., the Greenwich area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Skating Rinks and Movie Theaters.
- Located in the southernmost and westernmost corner of Connecticut lies the city of Greenwich. The city is home to a community sailing center, as well as four beaches on Long Island Sound. The arts, music and film culture scene is popular, hosting various film and arts festivals throughout the year.
Covering 52 acres and attracting around 900,000 visitors each year, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden was established in 1911 and now displays over 10,000 species of plants. It is formed by gardens such as the Shakespeare Garden, the Children's Garden, and the Plant Family Collection.
Visitors at Earth Arts of Long Beach can paint their own pottery during anytime that the store is open. The site also offers canvas painting classes, children's art programs, and glass making workshops.
Located in a small, neighborhood setting, Long Beach Cinemas provides its guests with the opportunity to view the latest movies that have been released. The theater is in close proximity with local restaurants and the beach is in walking distance.
Hudson Highlands State Park is 6,000 gorgeous acres of mostly undeveloped natural land. Frequented by guests most popularly for the extensive offering of hiking trails, the park is also great for sightseeing, kayaking and canoeing.
East Rutherford's Meadowlands Racetrack hosts a variety of horse races and harness races. The facility also hosts special events, including live music performances, and features a restaurant that caters gatherings and parties.
An independently owned local movie theater located in a historic building, Cobble Hill Cinemas shows a variety of newly released Hollywood films, as well as some classics and art house films. The theater offers party rentals, as well.
The only forest in Brooklyn is in Prospect Park. In this 585 acres environment there are also a lake, a zoo, the Audubon Center, and others. Each year, it is visited by approximately 10 million people. Festivals are held in here each year, like the Celebrate Brooklyn Performing Arts Festival.