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January 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Thursday, repeating indefinitely

An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Saturday, repeating indefinitely

Metropolitan Museum Of Art

1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street
New York    + Google Map

Pay-what-you-wish, suggested $25, free/ages 12 & under

Suggested Ages: 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-10, 11-14

Fabulous museum educators engage children in conversations and activities related to a few works in the vast collection. Share ideas and enjoy stories, sketching, singing, and other gallery activities that bring works of art to life. The first Thursday of the month features music in the galleries.

Making Marvels: Science and Splendor at the Courts of Europe

Explore the complex ways in which the wondrous items collected by early modern European princes, and the contexts in which they were displayed. Features approximately 170 objects—including clocks, automata, furniture, musical instruments, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, print media, and more—from The Met collection and over fifty lenders worldwide are featured including…

In Pursuit of Fashion

See butterfly and lobster hats, fried egg and soup can dresses and other creative clothes and accessories from  the collection of Sandy Schreier, a pioneering collector. Features twentieth-century French and American couture and ready-to-wear, plus fashion illustrations dating from a 1908 pochoir album, Les Robes de Paul Poiret.

Relative Values: The Cost of Art in the Northern Renaissance

Explore the timeless question, how much is a piece of art worth, with sixty-two masterpieces of sixteenth-century northern European art and pricing data from sixteenth-century documents, including how many cows a work would cost. What did a tapestry cost in the sixteenth century? Goldsmith work? Stained glass? How did variables…

Watson Adventures: Whodunit at The Met Family Scavenger Hunt

Kids and adults work together to track a killer by solving his scavenger hunt in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. No knowledge of the museum or art is necessary; you just need sharp eyes and comfy shoes. This hunt is for ages 10 and up. Each team must include at…

Ancient Playground

This big playground invokes Egyptian themes with climbable pyramids, a large sand lot and a spray shower that represents Egypt’s Nile River in reference to the ancient Temple of Dendur…

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Levain Bakery UES

Everything is baked on-site throughout the day at the UES outpost of legendary bakery, from an array of rustic breads to the world-famous six-ounce chocolate chip walnut cookie. We are…

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Heavenly Rest Stop

Enjoy excellent pastries, sandwiches, salads and breakfast dishes plus Melbourne-style coffee) nestled among the limestone arches of what was once a side chapel of a 1929 art-deco church, or pick…

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William Greenberg

Pick up the famous black and white cookies (and more colorful variations), cupcakes, fruit tarts, pies and cakes, rugelach, linzer tarts, schnecken, babka, hot cross buns and hamantaschen, brownies and…

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Making Marvels: Science and Splendor at the Courts of Europe

Explore the complex ways in which the wondrous items collected by early modern European princes, and the contexts in which they were displayed. Features approximately 170 objects—including clocks, automata, furniture,…

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The Fullness of Color: 1960s Painting

In the 1960s a group of avant-garde painters began to push abstraction in new directions, leading to the emergence of several Paintings with bold colors and geometric forms chart the…

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