FAMILY EVENTS CALENDAR
What do you get when you cross an artist, a fashion executive and a beloved kids store in idyllic Noe Valley? You get Mapamundi Kids: A boutique bursting with coolness and creativity.
Give your groms the proper space to shred (with helmets and knee pads, of course) and visit one of these Bay Area skate parks perfect for little skaters just getting comfortable on four wheels.
Can’t cajole your little one out of the tub? Maybe it’s time to give them more space to splash around and take them to one of the Bay Area’s bevy of indoor pools.
You’ll find beers for mom and dad, Nerf bowling for the minis and nosh for everyone at Pig & Pie’s family night, where the motto is “Run around, fling food, make lots of noise—nobody will care!”
Forget about the rolling fog, there’s nothing bleak about this fun and funky neighborhood. Read on to plan your day in the sun(set!).
A handful of local spots, from ice cream parlors to mini golf courses, offer fun freebies to kiddos on their birthdays—how many can you and your little party animal can scoop up on their big day?
From the tallest carousel in the world to one set in the oldest playground in America, the Bay Area’s collection of merry-go-rounds is top notch. Check out our list and take your family for a spin!
Are your little ones awake and ready to party before the sun even comes up? Let them shake it out at Daybreaker, one of the Bay Area’s new all-ages, early morning dance clubs.
Forgot to book your tickets to Kauai? Or reserve your hillside hideaway in Tahoe? Don’t panic—there are plenty of nearby, adventurous options for last-minute Spring Break fun.
Let your little one dabble in every type of activity—all before you spend a dime—by taking advantage of a few (or all) of these programs that offer a first class free.
We’re sure most mom and dads spent plenty of afternoons racing around the roller rink, and thankfully, there are still a handful of spots where you and your team can go for a spin.
Even if you are a born-and-bred Marin momma, we bet some of the kid-friendly sights and stops we’ve dug up in these coastal communities will surprise you.
Did you realize that the Bay Area is also home to more than a dozen local chocolate companies? This Valentine’s Day, skip the Snickers in favor of some local cocoa treats.
We’ve paired up a collection of new children’s titles by local authors with real-life, nearby adventures that you and your family can embark on.
Just in time for Valentine’s, here’s our list of places around the Bay open for after hours, drop-off play!