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Friday, November 15
Watch rainbow lights dance across hexagonal honeycomb shapes on the ceiling of the Bleecker Street Station in a light installation by Leo Villareal.
Colorful florals decorate the wall outside a shoe store with fun funky shoes. A poster with a shoe telling us to ‘Choose Love’ might lead to philosophical questions about the emotional ability of footwear.
Escape to Ladurée's pastel Parisian wonderland, where the only stress is choosing among the 25+ colorful flavors, from salted caramel to strawberry marshmallow - plus chocolate covered macarons, gelato and more sweet treats. Or sit down in the magical garden for casual yet sophisticated French fare including salads, sandwiches and croissants.
Explore a sensory playground centered around slime. Play with beautiful and seemingly endless vats full of slime, relax in an immersive tunnel, enter a glow-in-the-dark cove, and create at a 150-foot long DIY bar Wear clothes that can get messy. Every ticket comes with an 8-oz. custom slime and other surprises.
Choose from 88 inventive flavors of texture-driven small-batch ice creams like Tahini Caramel and Black Coconut Ash and even French Fry (plus 'American Classics' including five variations of vanilla), in an old-fashioned ice cream parlor. Samples available (two per customer) Limited indoor and outdoor seating. Go early to beat the line (which moves quickly). Elaborate sundae bar available Friday & Saturday 6 pm-midnight.
Saturday, November 16
Enter seven transportive rooms celebrating Winky Lux magical beauty moments including an infinity room, tea party table, life-size zen gardens and a tiny yellow ball pit. Very small but fun and the staff is super friendly. Redeem your admission fee for an almost sheer Flower Balm that’s perfect for young lips.
Dolce & Gabbana painted the bricks of a restored 19th-century fire station gold and pastel rainbow in honor of colorful NYC kids. Also find lots of leopard print, graffitied sofas, see-through stairs and other fine decor and clothes.
Read books and make themed art projects Hosted by Yvonne Brooks. All ages welcome.
Create album art using collage techniques and colorful materials. Draw inspiration from the Xerox art of musicians from exhibition The Moon Represents My Heartto create an album cover that suits your unique style.
Monday, November 18
Unicorn lovers can get their sweet fix with edible horns & ears in artisanal soft serve served in fish-shaped Japanese waffle cones. Smoothies in a mini unicorn pool float and seasonal creations like Christmas Tree and Easter Bunny cones also available.
Tuesday, November 19
See live country music in a pop-up shop consisting only of vinyl records by artists who live in Nashville or albums that were recorded in Nashville, curated by world-renowned Nashville record store Grimey's. The drum set is there for open play all day every day. Also explore the rest of the interactive store including a the theatrical, multi-sensory House of Showfields.
Wednesday, November 20
Join Amy Virginia Buchanan for reading, singing, and dancing. Appropriate for kids 3 and under and their caretakers.
Thursday, November 21
Always interesting art to see – and interact with – in the rotating exhibits at Manhattan’s only dedicated contemporary art museum. Pay-what-you-wish; $2 suggested minimum.
Friday, November 22
Test out new products, meet noted photographers and experience the new Polaroid Lab in a rainbow-hued pop-up.
Saturday, August 15
Using everyday materials such as plastic spoons, popsicle sticks, and coffee tins, create and decorate your own hand percussion instruments—drums, shakers, and more. Then, practice keeping the beat with your funky new creations and check out the The Moon Represents My Heart special exhibition.