- TripBuzz found 526 things to do with kids in or near Valley Stream, New York, including 518 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like New York City, Queens, Staten Island and Bronx.
- From Arthur J Hendrickson Park & Pool to Valley Stream Dog Park, the Valley Stream area offers 118 different types of family activities, including: Parks, National & State Parks, Movie Theaters and Dog Park.
- Just an hour from Manhattan, Valley Stream, NY lies near the border of Queens. Valley Stream provides many activities to help residents stay active and involved in the community, such as exercise classes, dance classes, community arts and crafts events in the park, a variety of parades, and fireworks displays.
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59% 17 votes
Bowl Rite Lanes
714 Summit Avenue, Union City, NJ 07087 MoreLess Info
Housed on three floors, Bowl Rite Lanes offers a large area for bowling and other entertainment attractions. The family-friendly center, home to twenty four bowling lanes, also offers billiards, an arcade, a snack and drink bar and pro shop.
88% 8 votes
1207 Anderson Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 MoreLess Info
Rather than a simple arcade the Local Battles Gaming Center is essentially a LAN gaming center. Visitors can enjoy gaming on XBOX ONE, XBOX 360, PS3, PS4, and computers with either a group of friends that came with them or an online team.
50% 2 votes
Fort Lee Museum
1588 Pallisade Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 7024 MoreLess Info
With a history in film making, Fort Lee Museum showcases artifacts and memorabilia from its past. The museum offers a mix of rotating and permanent exhibits featuring posters, photographs, and more.
- 1 votes
Union City PAC
2500 Kennedy Blvd, Union City, NJ 7047 MoreLess Info
The Union City PAC, or Performing Arts Center, hosts a wide variety of concerts, plays, dance performances, and other arts events throughout the year. The arts center first opened in 2009.
100% 1 votes
Palisade Avenue & Angioletti Place, Fort Lee, NJ 7024 MoreLess Info
Origrinally built in 1908, Monument Park was dedicated to the community by the Daughters of the American Revolution. In addition to a central Revolutionary War Monument, the park has a summer concert site, the Fort Lee Museum, and a preserved Revolutionary War encampment.
Walt Whitman BirthplaceSPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 32% Off at the Historic Walt Whitman Birthplace
246 Old Walt Whitman Rd, Huntington Station, NY 11746 MoreLess Info
Historians enjoy visiting the famous Walt Whitman Birthplace. The charming farmhouse, originally built in 1801, offers a guided tour of the home and adjacent grounds as well as poetry readings of the famed authors work.
29% 7 votes
Whiteman Street & Gerome Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 MoreLess Info
A prominent stone monument to firefighters is located in the center of Firemen's Park. Areas around the statue include a children's playground, picnic tables, benches, and a wading pool that is open during the warmer months.
67% 3 votes
West Rogues Path, Huntington Station, NY 11746 MoreLess Info
Three different field sports can be accommodated at two lighted turf fields within Breezy Park, including football, lacrosse, and soccer. The 11-acre park also has a grass practice area for warm-ups and a children's playground.
90% 58 votes
2 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10305 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to one of the country's most celebrated photographers, the Alice Austen House Museum & Garden exhibits more than 400 pictures shot by Alice Austen. The house was built in 1690 and is now a historic landmark.
86% 92 votes
The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, Bayonne, NJ MoreLess Info
To the Struggle Against World Terrorism is a monument that is designed as a giant teardrop. It is in a public park with the names of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks inscribed on a plaque.