Fiesta Farm Learning Center
Fantastic new hands-on farm for school children to learn about animals and crops, great educational facility for scout troops with a focus on farm education. For more information, call 210-316-3166.
Suffolk County Farm & Education Center
A model farm education facility and a working farm. Visitors are able to see a century old working farm which still holds a tie to the past while showcasing present-day agriculture. Guided Tours, Workshops, Seasonal Activities.
Suffolk County Farm and Education Center, 350 Yaphank Avenue, Yaphank, Long Island, NY. (631-852-4600 Open daily, 9am - 3pm. For individuals taking a self- guided tour, FREE.
Louisiana Renaissance Festival
At the "Louisiana Renaissance Festival " (LA Ren Fest) we bring to life what an English village and festive marketplace could have been like, mixed with a little bit of Louisiana spice.
Tanglewood will give your camp group an opportunity to hear some well-known classical artists and performances by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, as well as other types of music, including jazz and modern. 297 West St., Lenox, MA 01240. 617-638-9345. Cost: Fee.
Fall Birding Tour at Bryant Park
Free walking tours of Bryant Park led by members of Bryant Park Corporation’s executive staff.
Meet at the Fountain
Bryant Park, 6th Avenue (between 40th and 42nd Streets) NYC CLICK for additional information
Harlem Meer i Central Park
Central Park designers Olmsted and Vaux named this man-made water body "the Meer" - Dutch for "lake." It memorialized the former separate village of Harlem that was settled in the 17th Century by European settlers and included the upper regions of Central Park. On the northern shore of the Meer stands the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, a visitor center run by the Central Park Conservancy. The Center hosts free community programs, exhibits, and holiday celebrations including the popular Halloween Pumpkin Sail and winter Holiday Lighting. There's also live music on the plaza in the summer.
Harlem Meer, East Side from 106th to 110th Street, NYC (212-348-4867)
Hudson River Park
More than 165 special entertainment events and summer programs will be offered across Hudson River Park’s 550 acres of lush parkland and marine sanctuary—in the water, across nine of our public piers, and under the stars. Festivities last from June through September in New York’s Park for Play.
The leading U.S. organization committed to deepening mutual understanding between the United States and Japan in a global context. Now in its second century, the Society serves audiences across the United States and abroad through innovative programs in arts and culture, public policy, business, language and education.
Japan Society, 33 East 47th Street, NYC (212-832-1155)
Queens County Farm Museum
A working, educational farm on a 47-acre site on the edge of Queens. See the fields, livestock, vineyard, and farm implements. Guided tours available of historic farmhouse. Features an interactive corn maze in Sept. & Oct.
Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy., Floral Park, NY 11004. (718-347-3276)
Dr. Davies Farm
Over 4,000 apple trees on 40 acres. Hay rides thru the beautiful countryside to the orchards - weekends 11am-5pm./ Weekday by app't.
Dr. Davies Farm, 306 Route 304, Congers, NY. (845-268-7020).
Only 25 minutes from the GW Bridge.