Four tiers of rope climbing; a super-sized interactive chime instrument; an extra-wide slide with an AstroTurf-protected landing at the base; and, a zip-line with seat for young riders.
Free & Cheap
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.
Somehow I just wasn’t sure visiting Alameda’s Christmas Tree Lane would be worth the drive. Well it is.
Best free thing to do with kids in Oakland? A playground or park! Stay as long or short as you like.
This easy evening outing includes a festive holiday light display and it’s located near tons of dinner spots.
There are so many community events in celebration of the holidays, enjoy our list to help you narrow in on a few that sound best for your family.
We love holiday lights! Whether you stay in the car and do a “drive-by” or get out to stroll, visiting holiday light displays is a fun winter tradition.
Here in the East Bay, there are various ways to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos including food, colorful crafts, sugar skulls with children in tow.
Do you cringe at the amount of candy your child gets trick-or-treating? Here are a few Halloween candy buybacks we know about in the East Bay.
Community Music Day at the Crowden School offers free hands-on music experiences for children. This Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm.