Chicago, New York are two of the world’s most popular places to raise children, and it’s a city where kids play a big part in their lives.
But according to a new study, kids play in some other places, too.
The findings are part of a new series exploring why the cities are better for young people, as well as for older kids.
They focus on the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Brooklyn Museum of Arts and Design.
Here are some of the findings: The New York City Museum of Science is among the most visited in the United States, and a recent study showed that children ages 5 to 10 make up the largest group of visitors to the museum, with almost 10% of all visitors who are ages 5 and younger.
The New Haven Museum of Natural History, which is part of the New Haven Science Museum, has a similar percentage of children ages 6 to 10.
New York’s oldest children’s playground is the Rockaway Children’s Museum, which has a total of 12 playgrounds, according to the city.
That includes a play area for 3- and 4-year-olds, a play room with an indoor water slide, a playground with a rock climbing wall and a play center with a waterfall.
The Rockaway Kids’ Center at the Rockaways Aquatic Center, which opened in 2002, has also grown over the years, with more than 6,000 children attending.
At the Rockabilly Museum of the Arts, children ages 7 to 11 play on the slides and the sand dunes.
The Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, which features some of New York history, also has more than 2,000 kids in its playground.
The largest number of kids at the Metropolitan School of Art is the 3,500-plus children who play at the Met.
The oldest children play in the Children’s Theatre at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, which was created in 1918.
The Met is also home to the Museum of Applied Arts, a branch of the Smithsonian Institution that provides programs for children.
The museum has more children ages 4 and younger than any other museum in the country, and the Met has more kids ages 6 and younger in the playground than any museum in New England.
The National Zoo also has a large playground.
Other children’s museums in New Jersey include the New Jersey Zoo, the National Zoo at Philadelphia and the New York Zoological Society, which includes more than 5,000 young children.
For children ages 1 to 3, the New England Museum of Nature is home to about 1,100 children ages 3 to 6, including more than 1,000 preschoolers.
The Children’s Zoo at the National Museum of American History, in Rockaway, is home of about 1.2 million children ages 2 to 6.
The American Museum of Antiques in New Orleans has more preschoolers in its zoo than any city, including preschoolers who play in its Zoo Park, according a 2015 study by the Associated Press.