Looking for a few new ways to milk those last hot days of summer before the kids head back to school? We asked Red Tricycle’s New York City writers to share their favorite ways to spend a summer day in the city with their kids. Flip through our photo book to see their awesome adventures. Then, add a few of these fun activities to your summer bucket list and check them off before fall weather arrives.

Judy Cohen - Find Underground Fun

Summertime in the city means we’re always on the go, and for my active little boy who is obsessed with all things subways, trains and buses, I’m thankful for New York City’s world-class transportation system to keep him entertained as we travel. It’s not surprising that one of our favorite stops is the New York Transit Museum in Brooklyn. With hands-on displays of electricity to show how subways work, a grouping of turnstiles from the subway’s beginnings to its current day models, replicas of past and present city buses where he can be the driver – or the passenger, and rows and rows of vintage and current subway cars to run around – this is a transportation junkie’s paradise. My little subway surfer now knows the MTA system better than most natives – and of course, wants his own MetroCard.

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What fun have you had in the city this season? Share your summer highlights in a Comment. Go ahead, brag a little!