- 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.
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Trailheads at Pocket Road and Sunnyside Road, Beacon, NY MoreLess Info
Fishkill Ridge is a destination for exploring the Hudson Valley's geological past which showcases rounded boulders and bare summits. Patrons can hike the well-marked trails and walk beside streams, scramble up rocks or view extraordinary birdlife.
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Victory Blvd, Clove Rd., Forest Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314 MoreLess Info
Situated on 209 acres, Silver Lake Park features an 18-hole golf course, basketball and tennis courts and fields for baseball, soccer and football. The park provides children's playgrounds, spray showers, benches, picnic areas and paved trails.
Used as officer headquarters during the Revolutionary War, the Van Wyck Homestead Museum is a historic gem in Fishkill. The quaint Dutch colonial home now functions as a historical museum that educates visitors on war times, the towns past and displays colonial artifacts.
CT Sports Arena is a massive multipurpose sporting and recreation facility. It offers leagues for several sports, including basketball, soccer, volleyball, dodgeball and lacrosse, and has youth summer camps and after school programs.
South Street Beach is a sandy crescent beach known for being relatively quiet and uncrowded. The beach features several rocky outcroppings that make good fishing spots. Visitors can also swim (unsupervised, there are no lifeguards) and go boating.
New York's Howland Cultural Center is a hub for the artistic community of Beacon. The center features art displayed throughout the historic home and features an iconic red door. It is also available for rent and hosts special events year-round.
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North Shore Waterfront, Staten Island, NY MoreLess Info
Dedicated to thos who perished in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Postcards'-The Staten Island September 11 Memorial was opened for the visitors in 2004, 2 years after the project was initiated.
Those interested in learning the heritage of Beacon, NY and its inhabitants will enjoy touring the Madam Brett Homestead. The historic homestead is an 18th century home that housed seven generations of the Brett family.