Baby's Day Out » Los Angeles, CA

Baby's Day Out in Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles might include the entertainment industry and a thriving nightlife, but babies rule with so many fun things to do with them whether seeing the ocean for the first time, making music or exploring animals, enjoying the chance to grow with your infant.
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Golden Bridge Yoga

Golden Bridge offers yogic practice with mother, father and baby yoga classes. During yoga class, you and your baby exercise, relax, dance and bond. Kundalini Yoga is one of the classes taught and is an excellent way for a mother to get back into shape quickly, and dads to stay in shape as well as meet other new parents. Babies stay right by your side as you move, breathe, dance, stretch and strengthen. Infants then join you for their turn with movement, coordinated with songs, dancing and brain development exercises. There is also the Nite Moon Café on premises with organic coffees, teas, freshly squeezed juices, smoothies, homemade pastries, breads and fresh fruits to enjoy a snack or meal with you baby.

Griffith Park

With over 4,210 acres featuring natural terrain and landscaped parkland and picnic areas, Griffith Park is the largest municipal park with an urban wilderness area in the United States. For activities to do with your baby, the park offers a carousel, two steam train lines, playgrounds, an observatory, and trails. The Ferndell area features hiking paths well-suited to walkers carrying infants. The Shane's Inspiration playground was designed for babies to crawl and explore. Located adjacent to the Travel Town Museum are rides on live steam scale model trains. The Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round has been a Los Angeles family attraction for over five generations with 68 horses with carved with jewel-encrusted bridles. A Stinson 165 Military Band Organ, reputed to be the largest band organ accompanying a carousel on the West Coast, plays over 1,500 selections of marches and waltz music.

Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens

The Los Angeles Zoo is home to more than 1,100 animals from around the world, representing more than 250 different species, many of which are endangered in the wild, including invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The Tom Mankiewicz Conservation Carousel is an amazing addition to the Zoo experience with hand-carved wooden figures of many of the animals in residence at the zoo. Winnick Family Children's Zoo allows babies to get up-close with goats and sheep in Muriel’s Ranch. Strollers are also available for rent for $7 per day for a single and $11 per day for a double. Double strollers accommodate two children and a backpack or diaper bag but parents are also welcome to bring their own strollers or wagons. 

Main Beach - Laguna Beach

Main Beach is the largest stretch of beach in Laguna, located in the middle of the town where Broadway and Ocean Avenues intersect Coast Highway. The beach is known for its clean sand, crystal clear water, playground, boardwalk, tide pools, and restaurants. It's a great place to sit and watch the people, dolphins surfing in the waves and pelicans diving for their meal. You can also enjoy the sand and surf with your baby and take some amazing photos. There are facilities for changing with restrooms. Located at the entrance to Main Beach is a huge lifeguard tower that was once located across the street from the beach as part of a gas station. 

My Gym

My Gym has developed a program to help children beginning at six weeks of age to develop physically, cognitively and emotionally. Baby exercises with songs, dances, infant-safe rides, and unique swings in the Parent & Me infant-parent program. This fun and movement class also includes a brief parent discussion element. The youngest My Gym students begin their first visual, audial and spatial exploration while their parents are guided through a program designed to carefully introduce music and movement in a variety of fun ways. As the babies gain hand, arm and trunk control and become mobile, new and stimulating activities are introduced. Experienced teachers are sensitive to the strong emotional attachment little ones are developing with their mothers, and each parent/child unit is nurtured.