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PAW Patrol Experience Opens at Hudson Yards for Kids to Enjoy

PAW Patrol Experience Opens at Hudson Yards for Kids to Enjoy

PAW Patrol Experience: Only at CAMP offers a fun and immersive experience for kids and families throughout the holiday season


Get ready for a paw-some shopping experience this holiday season! CAMP, a chain toy store that offers fun, in-store programming for kids, will unveil the new PAW Patrol Experience: Only at CAMP, an immersive play experience featuring the adorable police pups from Nickelodeon's preschool series, PAW Patrol. The experience will be available at the CAMP's Hudson Yards location during the holiday season from Saturday, Nov. 20, to Sunday, Jan. 2. 

The interactive, family-friendly attraction will give kids of all ages the opportunity to live out their rescue team dreams through themed environments, games and activities that celebrate their favorite group of adventurous canines. After a successful stint in Dallas around the time of the “PAW Patrol: The Movie” release this year, CAMP decided to bring the experience to NYC for families to enjoy throughout the holiday season, according to a CAMP spokesperson. 

What to Expect at the PAW Patrol Experience at CAMP Hudson Yards

The PAW Patrol Experience is set up as a mini village among aisles of toys, games and books for kids, as well as gift items for adults (PS- the store is very stroller friendly). Upon entering the experience, kids will enjoy activities including:

  • Adventure Bay's Iconic Lookout Tower: Kids can communicate with one another across the experience using an intercom system.

  • Fire Hose Fun: Kids can grab hold of a fire house and pretend to douse a colorful projection of out-of-control “fireworks” alongside hero Dalmatian puppy Marshall at City Hall. 

  • PAW Craft Activities: Crafting opportunities will be available throughout each day, allowing kids to embrace their creative side.  

  • Zipline: A colorful zipline lets kids sail down an exhilarating yet not-so-scary ride. 

After your PAW Patrol experience, round out your day in Manhattan with more fun family activities happening throughout the borough this holiday season. Bryant Park’s Winter Village is now open and features a holiday market and the city’s only free ice-skating rink. Macy’s Santaland in Herald Square returns in person this year, Nov. 26-Dec. 24, and the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree will be aglow starting Dec. 1!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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What You Need to Know About Visiting PAW Patrol Experience: Only at CAMP 

Where is PAW Patrol Experience: Only at CAMP located?

PAW Patrol Experience: Only at Camp is located on the second floor of Hudson Yards, between 10t and 12t Avenues from West 30 to West 34 Streets in Midtown Manhattan. 

When is the PAW Patrol Experience open? 

The experience is open daily, 10am-8pm, Monday-Friday, and 10am-9pm on Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 20 through Jan. 2. 

How much are PAW Patrol Experience tickets?

Tickets are $30 for adults and kids ages 2 and older. The price includes access to activities and shopping. 

What is CAMP at Hudson Yards current COVID policy?

CAMP requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all visitors ages 12 and older, in accordance with NYC guidelines. Safety measures in place throughout the experience. 
For more information, visit camp.com/paw-patrol or follow CAMP on Facebook or Instagram.

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