Spring break is here, and kids all around Buffalo are ready to get outside and have some fun. You might already have fun activities planned for the kids, but what happens if it rains?

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The forecast in Western New York isn’t looking so great this week. Every day calls for rain or rain/snow showers, putting a big, wet damper on lots of our plans. In fact, the weather doesn’t show sun coming back until at least Saturday. 

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It figures, right?

If you’re not going away on a family vacation this week, you’re counting on good weather to get the kids out of the house; not just because it’s good for them to get some fresh air, but also so you don’t go absolutely insane. Who wants to spend Spring break cooped up inside?

Kids on tablets

Every parent knows that bored kids + frazzled nerves = stress. (Can you feel your blood pressure rising just imagining it?) And setting your kids in front of a screen isn’t always the answer. 

What To Do With Your Kids On A Rainy Day In Buffalo

Good news! In Buffalo, New York, there’s tons of fun places to take the kids when Mother Nature rains on your parade. Whether you want them to learn something, get some exercise, or just get out of your hair (no judgment), you can make sure the kids get out of the house and have some fun this week.

Many of these great ideas are inexpensive, and some are absolutely free! And all of the guarantee that Mom and Dad will have some fun, too. 

Here are some sure-fire ways to prevent boredom on a rainy Buffalo, New York day this Spring Break.

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