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Swimming Lessons and Programs for Kids in Manhattan, NYC

Swimming Lessons and Programs for Kids in Manhattan, NYC



UPDATED JULY 2015: Does your child love to be in the water? Consult our list of top notch facilities that offer swimming classes and lessons for kids in New York City, including locations on the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side, Harlem, East Village, West Village, SoHo, and Midtown.

92Y May Center for Health, Fitness, and Sport 
92nd Street Y

1395 Lexington Ave. at 92nd St.
212-415-5710

Advantage Sea & Sports Camp at SUNY Maritime College
New York Tennis Club, 3081 Harding Ave., Throggs Neck 
718-239-7919

Asphalt Green
555 E. 90th St.
212-369-8890 x2084
212 North End Ave.
212-298-2980 x2978
asphaltgreenbpc.org/camp

Downtown Day Camps
120 Warren St., New York 
212-766-1104 x250

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
331 E. 70 St.
212-744-5022

Manhattan Youth & The Downtown Community Center
212-766-1104

Physique Swimming Summer Camp
In Battery Park City

212-725-0939

swim swim swim i say (TM)
Agnes Davis, President/CEO

917-902 -3184

West End Sports Club
Summer Swim Program

75 West End Ave.
212-265-8200


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