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3 Kid Friendly Activities when Traveling with Children in Westchester

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Even if you have a house full of toys and video games, it is important for the kids to go out and catch some fresh air once in a while. There are many indoor and outdoor locations that you and your kids can head to for a fun time in Westchester and our Car Service in Westchester has compiled a short list of some of these places for you. Read on to find out where to go and what to expect once you are there. Also, traveling with kids can be quite hectic, and our Westchester Limo Service would like to ease that burden for you. Consider using our service, and our professional chauffeurs will drive you and your lovely family to any one of these beautiful locations in a safe and timely manner.

Life The Place To Be

Life The Place To Be is perfect for kids anywhere between ages 1 and 15 years old. For as little as $13, three kids can get an all-day pass, which means you can arrive early to play, break for lunch, and come back later to play again. This spacious venue has numerous event rooms, an arcade, and a soft-room that caters for kids below 9 years old. There is also a climbing wall that the older kids would really enjoy, and if you are concerned about lunch there is a cafeteria that sells pizza, chicken nuggets, and other classic delicacies on-site, which means you don’t even have to leave the venue if the kids get hungry. Note, however, the admission fee for the arcade and bowling alley is separate from the $13 gate entrance fee. So, bring some extra cash just in case the kids want to try out more activities. Life The Place To Be is located on 2 Lawrence Street, Ardsley, NY. For more information, you can visit their website – www.lifetheplacetobe.com.

Clay Art Center

The Clay Art Centre was founded in 1957 as a non-profit center for the practice and advancement of ceramic arts. The center offers wheel-throwing and hand-building lessons for kids between ages 6 and 15, taught by a seasoned ceramic artist who emphasizes on growing kids’ passion for creative expression. We recommend that you plan your visit for July or August when the center hosts weekly themed courses. If you are not sure if the kids will enjoy clay art, try the brief Saturday drop-in classes and if the kids love it, plan for an even more elaborate event. As a bonus, this venue allows guests to hold clay art-themed events such as birthday parties. Clay Art Center is located on 40 Beech Street, Port Chester, NY. For more information, you can visit their website www.clayartcenter.org.

Muscoot Farm

Originally known as the ‘Gentleman’s Farm’, Muscoot Farm was founded in 1880 by Ferdinand T. Hopkins as a dairy farm until it was acquired by Westchester County in the 1960s. Today, the farm aims to preserve the history of its agrarian roots and guests are allowed to visit the animals, stroll through the barns, enroll for educational programs, or take hikes through the intricate trails on the farm. Sitting on over 700 acres, there is bound to be something for everyone to enjoy here, so give it a try, you might enjoy the experience, too. Located on 51 NY-100, Katonah, NY, if you want to find out more about this place, you can visit their website www.muscootfarm.org.

Posted on Feb 20 2018

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