Field Trips

A photo collection of our field trips around New York City.

FAO Swartz, 5th Ave & 58th St.

FAO Swartz, 5th Ave & 58th St.

 

At FAO Swartz on the "Big" piano.

At FAO Swartz on the “Big” piano.

 

Shakespeare in the Park.  Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens.  Hip to Hip Theater Company.

Shakespeare in the Park.
Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens.
Hip to Hip Theater Company.

 

American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th St.

American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th St.

 

The Natural History Museum. Scary Little Man.

The Natural History Museum. Scary Little Man.

 

Children's Museum of Manhattan.  Broadway & West 83rd St.

Children’s Museum of Manhattan.
Broadway & West 83rd St.

 

Citi Field. Go Mets. Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Roosevelt Ave. & 126th St.

Citi Field. Go Mets.
Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Roosevelt Ave. & 126th St.

 

Times Square. Always someone to get your picture taken with.

Times Square.
Always someone to get your picture taken with.

 

The Empire State Building.  5th Ave. and 34th St.

The Empire State Building.
5th Ave. and 34th St.

 

New York Public Library. At Bryant Park.  5th Ave. and 42nd St.

New York Public Library.
At Bryant Park.
5th Ave. and 42nd St.

 

Children's Room at New York Public Library.

Children’s Room at New York Public Library.

 

Grand Central Terminal. Park Ave. & 42nd St.

Grand Central Terminal.
Park Ave. & 42nd St.

 

Holiday Train Show at Grand Central.

Holiday Train Show at Grand Central.

 

Ice Skating at Bryant Park.  5th Ave. and 42nd St.

Ice Skating at Bryant Park.
5th Ave. and 42nd St.

 

Macy's Holiday Windows.  34th & 6th Ave. The largest department store in the world.

Macy’s Holiday Windows.
34th & 6th Ave.
The largest department store in the world.

New York Hall of Science.  Flushing Meadows Park. Queens. You can do crazy things there.

New York Hall of Science.
Flushing Meadows Park. Queens.
You can do crazy things there.

 

NYSci.

NYSci.

 

NYSci. Great toddler playroom.

NYSci.
Great toddler playroom.

 

Lower Manhattan. Lots of history,  tall buildings and old churches.

Lower Manhattan. Lots of history,
tall buildings and old churches.

 

Financial District.  Old church.

Financial District.
Old church.

 

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Word Trade Center going up.

Word Trade Center going up.

 

Graveyard of Old Trinity Church.

Graveyard of Old Trinity Church.

 

Wall Street. Literally.

Wall Street. Literally.

 

Federal Hall. Wall St. and Nassau St.

Federal Hall.
Wall St. and Nassau St.

 

Battery Park. Views of a tiny Statue of Liberty.

Battery Park.
Views of a tiny Statue of Liberty.

 

NY Transit Museum. Brooklyn Boerum St. & Livingston St.

NY Transit Museum.
Brooklyn
Boerum St. & Livingston St.

 

The Met. (Metropolitan Museum of Art.) 5th Ave. at E. 82nd.

The Met.
(Metropolitan Museum of Art.)
5th Ave. at E. 82nd.

 

Beautiful atrium at The Met.

Beautiful atrium at The Met.

 

Annie the Musical on Broadway. The Palace Theatre. 7th Ave. and 47th St.

Annie the Musical on Broadway.
The Palace Theatre.
7th Ave. and 47th St.

 

 

Bryant Park. Great playground and year round greenmarket.

Bryant Park.
Great playground and year round greenmarket.

 

Astoria Park. Queens.

Astoria Park. Queens.

 

Central Park Carousel. Middle of southern end of the Park in the Children's District. Visit the Chess & Checkers House visitor center for a free park map.

Central Park Carousel. Middle of southern end of the Park in the Children’s District. Visit the Chess & Checkers House visitor center for a free park map.

 

Central Park. Children's District. Watching the carriages go by.

Central Park.
Children’s District.
Watching the carriages go by.

 

 

 

 

 

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