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Weekend Travel Idea - Go to the New York Show for Awesome Family Friendly Activities

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NEW YORK - File this one under family fun!

The New York International Auto Show is providing much more than exciting car launches.  The show offers more family friendly events than ever before.

Some of our favorite family friendly displays and activities are:

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Jeeps’ Camp Jeep takes off-roading to the road with some of the most challenging man made obstacles.

Toyota allows your family to become part of an amazing mural of one of the iconic bridges of New York’s Central Park.

Toyota scores again with its Camry Thrill Drive on a closed course of obstacles that showcases the safety features of the automobiles.

You and your family can star in your own Matrix-themed photo opportunity.  See if your family can reach new heights together.

LEGO makes a surprise entry with its build you ur own race car driver.  Plus, you get to keep the LEGO man or LEGO woman.

The New York Sanitation Department is cleaning up with its new hybrid-electric street sweeper.  Your kids can climb in the cab to experience this first time display.

The Slingshot display has a track, so your little ones can emulate dad.

If you have a teenage driver who likes to text and drive, you will want them to see the AT&T virtual reality exhibit called “It Can Wait”. It could save their life.

If you are looking for a last minute opportunity, we suggest you travel into the City for autos, family fun, and gaze your eyes on the new models.

For ticket and show information, TAP here.

For our coverage last year, TAP here and here.  Or visit TAPintoTV for coverage of the Cleveland Piston Power Show or the 2017 New York Auto Show coverage.  

For some more travel idea in New York, see our article on Coney Island, City Island, Statue of Liberty, and 4 New York Staycation ideas.

If you need a hotel, please check this recommendation out.  

If you feel there is no way that your millennial child will want to go, check out this article

Perhaps, you will want to see Bruce Springsteen on Broadway.

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