Two new children’s play spaces just opened on the Upper West Side.
Apple Seeds, which has a flagship location in Chelsea, opened its second New York location at 200 West End Avenue around 71st Street last week. The new space offers a 2,000 square foot indoor playground, and lots of classes. The space caters to everyone from newborns to five-year-olds. They’ll be having free demo classes all summer that you can find here.
Gymboree, which also has a location on 73rd Street, opened up this week in the former home of Scribble Press at 217 West 84th Street. Those who enroll for a summer and fall class at the new location will get a free second class, Gymboree’s website promises.
Photo courtesy of Apple Seeds.