Our pick for this week’s Family Fun adventure is Shubie Park. Forty acres of forest filled with winding trails, local wildlife, charming bridges, a sandy beach, and a fascinating locks and canal system makes up Shubie Park in Dartmouth and it is a guaranteed hit with our family.
To make this easy on everyone, I’ve rounded up a few of my favourite ways to spend a day with my family in Halifax and included a list of supplies and details needed to make the day happen AND a suggested little gift to go along with it.Now all you need to do is forward this post to your day planner who can pick one, follow the directions and you’re good to go.
One of our most popular posts has been 8 Halifax Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers. We went beyond soccer and dance classes and looked at some other fun organized programs and activities for families with young children to enjoy in Halifax. Now we’re back with a few more that we think you’ll love just as much!
Okay, okay, maybe not ALL of them but it is a lot and will provide you with something to do with your baby or toddler for every weekday! **Updated for September 2017
Most children seem to go through a train fascination stage. Whether it’s Thomas or Chuggington, or just an excitement whenever you get stopped at the train crossing, there’s something about those engines that children adore. Luckily Halifax has plenty to choo-choo-choose from for these kids, both in the city and within about an hour of the city limits.
The Sackville Inclusive Playground is located on Sackville Drive, right next to the library. This pretty much make it an ideal location. You get to combine outdoor play with books, all in one outing.
The Kiwanis Dartmouth Waterfront Playground is always a hopping spot. We checked it out for the first time this summer; here’s our review.
We went on our first major family road trip vacation this summer and the kids did way better than we thought – in fact, not once did we pull over and threaten to turn the car around! Based on our experience, here are our top dos and don’ts for road tripping with little kids.
Not long ago the Pier 21 museum did an extensive renovation that included new interactive exhibits. They invited me to come for visit with the little ones to see just how kid-friendly it is now and we jumped at the chance.
You know when you’re heading to the airport and you see that building with the airplane in the yard? I always figured it was a repair place or something. Turns out it’s an amazing museum filled – and I mean FILLED – with more than 25 full size aircraft and lots of other artefacts. FullContinue reading “Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum’s Family Fun Day”