City Treehouse will open today from 10a-5p. This will be our last day of operation.
Children enjoy running around our open play area, climbing and sliding in our two-story treehouse, and crawling into our secret star cave. They especially love splashing around with toys and playing with pulleys, sprinklers and levers in our interactive water table. Make sure you bring water shoes and a change of clothes just in case your tot gets a little too wet!
Whether you are interested in music, arts and crafts, cooking or yoga there is surely something here for every interest. We partner with the best educational providers in the business to deliver top notch classes. You can count on engaging curriculum, and teachers that understand the developmental and social needs of their students. Learning is fun at City Treehouse!
Hosting a party has never been easier! We have many spaces suited to accommodate personalized parties, games, and activities just for your special day. Our committed and friendly staff will help with anything that you may need. Choose party favors, catering options and fun entertainers to make your party unforgettable!
After spending the last decade watching our community grow, learn and play together, City Treehouse is closing its doors. The treehouse and water table are being donated to the Children’s Museum of Manhattan where we hope they will continue to be visited by the children of New York City for many years to come.
We have enjoyed sharing this unique learning and play environment with all the families who have visited over the years. We hope your experience at City Treehouse was as wonderful as ours and that your memories of days spent here will last a lifetime.
Our last day of operation will be September 25, 2019.
Please call (212)255-2050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
what our clients say
“Jack's sleepover party at City Treehouse was awesome. Everyone had fun and thought the place was great. The staff were super sweet and on top of everything without being intrusive. It really felt like 'our space' for the night.”
— Jill, mother of Jack (7yr)