FAMILY EVENTS CALENDAR
Get inspired by our favorite decorated neighborhoods. You won’t believe what you see (millions of twinkly lights are just the start!).
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Playing under the Big Top near AT&T Park through January 18, this kid-friendly show will ignite your imagination inside a mechanical world where curios come to life, contortionists twist and turn on a mechanical hand and dinner parties literally get turned upside down.
Hop aboard one of the many train rides in the Bay Area that offer decked out vintage train cars, Santa sightings, glittering lights, cocoa and cookies galore.
Everyone’s favorite beard-o comes to visit throughout the month of December. Read on to find our top-spots for Mr. Claus photo-ops.
From classic ballets to more swinging performances, launch into the holidays with these festive performances.
Food is a big deal in the Bay, and luckily the area is teeming with classes and camps to train teeny top chefs.
Here’s list of spots around the Bay Area where your kiddos can go tubing, ride a snow slide, and even catch snowflakes on their tongues.
We’ve rounded up the best classes in the Bay Area, that offer everything from tap to hip hop to ballet. Let’s dance!
At many of the family-run Christmas tree farms listed here, you’ll find a warm welcome, helping hands and hot cider.
This December treat yourself to a sophisticated (and kid-friendly) holiday tea at one of the Bay Area’s fab places to sip and celebrate the season. Pinkies up!
Rain, rain…you can stay! Because in the Bay Area there are plenty of places for to kiddos to climb, jump, swing and slide while staying warm and dry inside.
Amp up the holiday cheer by visiting these Bay Area homes (and one sparkling skyline) decked out in elaborate displays of lights and decor.
Dazzle your kids with a tree and menorah lighting ceremony, the perfect event to kick off the holiday season.
We’ve got a list of top SF playgrounds that will have you climbing to the top of the slide to take in the view yourself.