Babysitters' guide to Tribeca New York

Kid-friendly things to do in NYC –
Tribeca edition

If you have some little ones to keep busy all day, no fear, Hello Sitter’s here with kid-friendly things to do in NYC. We are going to work our way round the neighborhoods of Manhattan and Brooklyn, featuring all of our favorite things to do with kids in NYC.

Each neighborhood guide will be jam packed with free activities, family-friendly eateries, outside play, and cultural and educational activities. NYC is one big playground waiting to be discovered, so let’s kick this off in Tribeca.  This low-key neighborhood is full of kid-friendly things to do and places to explore.

Walk, run, rollerblade or ride bikes down the Hudson River Greenway.
Runs all the way from The Battery to 59th St

Stop at Pier 25 to play some mini golf and watch skateboarders.
225 West St, 10013

Grab a delicious slice of pie or plate of comfort food at Bubby’s.
120 Hudson St, 10013

Watch some awesome kids theatre at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center.
199 Chambers St, 10007

Let the kids run wild at the Washington Market Park playground.
310 Greenwich St, 10007

Sign up for story time at the New Amsterdam Library.
9 Murray St, 10007

Treat yourselves to a cake from the charmingly retro Billy’s Bakery.
75 Franklin St, 10013

Get creative and paint some pottery at Color Me Mine.
123 Baxter St, 10013

What are your favorite kid-friendly things to do in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood? Let us know in the comments below!

Babysitters guide to Tribeca New York
  • well now

    Making your own nail polish at The Polish Pit is fun, educational (go STEM girls!!) and inexpensive. A great activity for a group of kids or a 1:1 outing.