From the public spaces, to the retail and dining experiences, the newly opened, stroller-friendly Hudson Yards is host to a variety of activities to keep both kids and adults occupied.

From the public spaces, to the retail and dining experiences, the newly opened, stroller-friendly Hudson Yards is host to a variety of activities to keep both kids and adults occupied. Right off the lush High Line and new 7 train station, Hudson Yards is a great destination for a day of family fun.

Interior View of the Vessel - courtesy of Forbes Massie-Heatherwick Studio

· Interactive Public Spaces
o The Vessel - the anchor of Hudson Yards’ five acre public plaza, kids of all ages will be wowed by the incredible views.
o Art Installations - Lara Schnitger's piece "I Was Here," a giant interactive sequin tapestry, invites kids to flex their artistic muscles.

· Kids-Friendly Provisions
o Belcampo - Offers booster seats and kid-friendly menu items including burgers, chicken cutlets and steak frites
o Wild Ink - Kid’s menu includes chickpea fritters, coconut pudding and more
o Queensyard - Offer high-chairs
o Fuku - Mini sandwiches and chickpea mac n' cheese will surely win over your little ones
o Shake Shack - Offers high-chairs and a newly launched “chick’n bites” kids menu option
o Jack’s Stir Brew - Serving up the Little Joey or Zoe, just for kids, which is a speciality, not-too-hot cocoa.
o Li-Lac - Chocolates in all shapes and sizes, for all occasions
o Van Leeuwen - Ice cream + kids is a no brainer

· Kids-Geared Retail
o Dylan’s Candy Bar - stop by the world-famous candy store’s newest location for some sweet retail therapy for kids and parents alike
o milk & honey babies - a one-stop shop for mothers looking for high-quality and eco-conscious baby products
o P!Q - colorful kids store with fun gifts, toys, art and accessories.
o H&M Kids - the latest trendy fashions, now in kid sizes

Images Courtesy of Francis Dzikowski for Related-Oxford.