Want to see the Nutcracker in Oakland? Here are some lovely holiday performances to choose from including larger- and small-scale theaters.
This list of 2017 Christmas tree lightings provides options in the East Bay and beyond.
Wondering what to do when school is out? Take one of these 50 fantastic Bay Area ideas and build your day around it.
The pumpkin patch portion of G & M Farms couldn’t be cuter. Grab a red Radio Flyer wagon and pick from rows of perfectly placed round pumpkins.
East Bay pumpkin patches come in many types: a pile at the market, a quick pumpkin picture, a carnival atmosphere, or a full day on the farm.
When my kid was one, the best way to get him out of the house was to talk about the choo choos we would see: real train, BART train, train table, all good!
Apple-picking keeps getting trickier. Here are a few U-pick options and Bay Area apple orchards that’ll do the work for you. Always, call first!
Brickspace offers drop-in play (where you can leave the building!) most days, parents night out monthly, little kid classes, birthday parties, and camps!
A unique feature of the Heather Farm playground in Walnut Creek is a set of turf covered mounds that children can slide down on sheets of cardboard.
Here are our favorite Bay Area places to go tent camping with our little kids — plus one awesome cabin experience for good measure.
Walnut Creek’s recently renovated Larkey Spray Ground is the perfect place to spend a sunny day in the Bay with kids 5 and under.
Antioch Water Park has splashy activities for babies and every age on up: super shallow tadpool, toddler & preschooler waterslide, big kid body slides.
Here is a list of outdoor street fairs, carnivals, and festivals to pencil into your Summer plans — from before summer starts to after autumn rolls in!
Join in the free LEGO Store Monthly Mini Model Builds in Pleasanton or San Francisco open to children ages 6 to 14. Advance sign-up.
Your guide to Bay Area waterparks; find the one that works best for your family. From water slide junkies to sprayground newbies, we love ya!