5 Fun Things To Do With Kids this Spring in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

by Reanne Agbayani

Smorgasburg Williamsburg Brooklyn

Williamsburg is home to an eclectic mix of indie boutique shops, trendy bars and clubs, and locally owned eateries. It is also home to many families who have decided to raise children in one of the most trendy, fashion-forward neighborhoods in NYC, that in turn has evolved into an incredibly family-friendly nabe. Williamsburg is full of kid-friendly restaurants, fun baby clothing and book stores, mommy-and-me-classes, indoor playgrounds, and even live-music kid concerts! With spring finally here, it’s finally time to get outdoors and enjoy all that Williamsburg has to offer. Here are our top picks for things to do in Williamsburg with kids this spring.

Get a haircut or drop in for a fun class at Edamama.

www.edamama.com

Book a haircut for your little one in the ocean-themed salon, browse their carefully curated selection of children’s books and toys, or drop-in for open play and fun daily classes! From fun sing-a-longs to music and storytime, Edamama is definitely a must-do for Williamsburg toddlers and children.

Put your bowling shoes on and grab some grub at BrooklynBowl.

www.brooklynbowl.com

Known for their live music lineup and yummy bites from blue Ribbon, children can enjoy bowling one of Brooklyn Bowl’s 16 lanes during Family Bowl on Saturdays and Sundays.

Climb a tree, put out a fire or feed a dragon at Twinkle Playspace.

www.twinkleplayspace.com

Children 6 and under will have fun exploring Twinkle’s interactive indoor playground with nine separate play areas including an indoor life-size tree fort, a fire truck with working buttons, bells and firehoses, 15-ft dragons that are fed scarves and a graffiti studio where kids are welcome have their own dance party!

Get some fresh air and have some outdoor fun at East River State Park.

parks.ny.gov/parks/155/details.aspx

Right down the block from Smarter Toddler and occupying 7 acres of waterfront on the East River in Williamsburg, visitors are greeted with stunning views of the Manhattan skyline while families can enjoy lots of open green grassy space and play areas. Hop on one of the regular East River ferries for a quick trip to Manhattan.

Enjoy the waterfront and enjoy food from over a hundred vendors at Smorgasburg.

www.smorgasburg.com

Returning April 1st, Smorgasburg is open every Saturday on Williamsburg waterfront and features over 100 vendors at its open air market serving everything from sweet pastries, to giant turkey legs and quinoa falafels.

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