With the Triangle constantly making “top” lists for families, activities for toddlers are absolutely necessary. Our Raleigh preschool is always learning about new, fun-filled activities for kids around the Triangle.
Raleigh is packed with museums. The NC Museum of Art, NC Museum of Natural Sciences, and Marbles Kids Museum all provide a whole day of fun and learning for Raleigh preschoolers and their families. Raleigh has more than 40 free attractions for your toddler to explore. Marbles Kids Museum is a museum designed especially for the young ones, with special activities for children under three years of age. Marbles provides kids with indoor and outdoor play areas for a full day of educational fun.
Raleigh has many parks all over equipped with trails for hikes, family bike rides, picnics, and playgrounds. Toddlers love to explore the outdoors and be active, and the city offers so many great parks that are just waiting to be explored by kids. Certain parks offer special activities for kids. Pullen Park has an old-fashioned carousel, kiddie boats, and a miniature train, or take your kids fishing, hiking, or camping at Umstead State Park.
Whether you are looking for something indoors or outdoors, all-day or just a couple of hours, Raleigh has activities to keep your toddler busy, without breaking the bank. Spending time with exploring Raleigh’s attractions with your child is a positive way to encourage their learning while creating fun memories together.
Primary Beginnings is a five-star rated child development center in Raleigh. Our teachers use the creative curriculum to help Raleigh preschoolers develop and foster creativity. Schedule a tour with one of our two locations in North Raleigh today.