Rainy Days Archives - Page 2 of 9 - 510 Families

Rainy Days

Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park: How to Search for Salamanders in Wet Weather

Here’s a mission for your little explorers and instructions on how to have a successful hunt for salamanders in the Oakland hills.

Berkeley's Vivarium

Good Free Fun: The East Bay Vivarium

East Bay Vivarium has it all: Cute turtles swimming in tanks, giant tortoises munching on lettuce, tiny lizards, boas, enormous pythons, and more.

Child in red rainboots playing in the rain

5 East Bay Spots to Get Even Wetter on a Rainy Day

Outdoor spots to take kids after — or during — a rainy day in the East Bay.

Sponsor

child blows star shaped bubble

Day Trip to Bay Area Discovery Museum

The Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito is a hands-on, outdoor science museum with activities that will entertain & educate children under 5

escape room family

My Tween & Teens Loved Trivium Escape Room in Emeryville

Children as young as nine will enjoy the Trivium Games escape room with their families to solve the puzzles in Ghost Patrol.

Traverse-Fitness

Traverse Fitness: Biggest American Ninja Warrior Gym in California

Introducing the biggest Ninja Warrior gym in the Bay Area, welcoming kids 6 and up, plus adults, for classes, open gym, and birthday parties.

Sponsor

teenager using laptop

Outschool Surprised Me With Affordable Fun and Learning. Here’s What We Tried.

Outschool is a fantastic resource for low-cost live online classes that will actually engage your child, from fitness to problem solving.

Asian Art Museum exterior

Now Open: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Kids under 12 are always free at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Wear your mask. Enjoy the art. Kids tours are on hold.

Kelinda's family

{510} Family Faves: Kelinda from Kids Play Zone Oakland

Kids Play Zone play space will include indoor slides, ball pit, tunnels, bridges, climbing structures, spinning plates, and a customizable party space.

Sponsor

10 Soothing Sensory Activities for Preschoolers Worth the Mess

Easy sensory projects to do with basic household objects that will delight your little one. Almost definitely worth the mess & clean up!

Get the {510} Families weekend planner in your inbox. It's free!

* indicates required

We've got your instructions for family fun right here!
Even as we are social-distancing, we're sending out kid-friendly activities to East Bay parents every Friday.
Stay Updated
You can unsubscribe anytime.
close-link
Scroll to Top