The New York Hall of Science Playground includes exhibits and interactive activities for kids. The playground is littered with science topics and tips, as well as wind pipes, metal drums, and sandboxes! The playground is open late March – October, Monday through Friday from 9:30am – 5pm, and weekends from 10am – 6pm depending on the weather. The park costs $5/person, plus general admission to NYSCI.
The Brooklyn Bridge Park is located in Dumbo and features Jane’s Carousel! Jane’s Carousel is a 48-horse that was built in 1922! The park is next to a ferry landing, features gardens and piers, and breath taking views!
Prospect Park is in Brooklyn and is open daily from 5am – 1am. Over warmer months there is music, events, and more! You can host birthday parties, weddings, and events there! Events are often held at Prospect Park and you can check their event calendar for daily activites and programs!
Domino Park is located in Williamsburg, right along the water! Where the Domino Sugar Refinery once was located, the park now holds its spot! The park is an entire 5 acres along the East River and is open Monday through Sunday from 6am – 1am. Domino Park features an elevated walkway, a playground for kids, a restaurant, fountain and seating steps, a fog bridge, beach volleyball cart, flex field, bocce court, and a dog run. It is the ultimate park for every member in the family!
This playground was designed for children with and without disabilities and was one of the first in the country! With wheelchair accessible ramps and braille throughout the park, everyone can enjoy the mini village. The park features a one-room schoolhouse, with a chalk board, fire station, flower boxes, and vehicles, and encompassing basketball courts.
How many of these playgrounds have you visited?