A helpful list of toddler activities and outings that don’t require advanced planning, for East Bay kids and parents.
Art & Music
Coming soon to a theater or arena near you: Moana on ice skates, monster trucks, Daniel Tiger, PJ Masks, and Harlem Globetrotters! Get your tickets now.
If you love art and nature but struggle with your kids on long hikes or quiet art museums, the Andy Goldsworthy walking tour in the SF Presidio is the perfect combination of art, nature, and kid-friendly adventure.
Experience gifts are memorable, magical, and clutter-free. We love to give tickets and memberships as holiday gifts. Need ideas?
The de Youngsters Studio was built to get kids, especially ages 3 to 8, exploring art fundamentals through hands-on activities and visual technology.
This classic story of friendship will allow you to introduce your child to all the figures of speech and cultural references born out of the Wizard of Oz. We’re not in Kansas anymore!
Best date night ever? Dinner in SF and a stroll through the Museum of Ice Cream. But only if you plan ahead.
The Children’s Creativity Museum, located next to Yerba Buena Gardens, is a hands-on, multimedia art and technology experience best for kids over 5.
For students in grades 4-8, Crowden offers a special daily schedule designed to provide students with passion for music-making with academic development.
Want to see the Nutcracker in Oakland? Here are some lovely holiday performances to choose from including larger- and small-scale theaters.