The long, thin island of Manhattan is the heart of New York City and home to many of its most iconic landmarks, including Times Square, Broadway, Central Park, Rockefeller Center and the Met. While living in one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world can be a bit of a challenge, local families cherish the diversity, character, and culture of Manhattan's historic neighborhoods. One thing is certainly true — there's no excuse for boredom here!
What Families Love
- Excellent public transit
- Very walkable
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Founded in 1975, this preschool is located between the Upper East Side and Lenox Hill.
Good for Play, Good for Nursing, Changing Tables, Stroller Friendly, Child Care, Indoor Play, Water Play, Restrooms
Gourmet cooking studio with a full calendar of kids’ camps and classes. Classes are divided by age: little chefs (ages 2-4), young chefs (ages 5-7), junior...
Good for Play, Good for Nursing, Stroller Friendly, Parking, Child Care, Restrooms
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