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Superpowered Metropolis: Early Learning City


July 1 @ 10:00 am - December 31 @ 5:00 pm

Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM)
212 West 83rd Street between Broadway & Amsterdam
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: Babies to Toddlers

Free with museum admission

Step into a playful, comic book version of New York City with a lively team of pigeons, Zip, Zap, and Zoom.  Climb to the top of a magical two-story Treehouse Headquarters equipped with a map, telescope, periscope, and slide to plan your adventures.  Navigate colorful tunnels, tracks, and waterways at a multi-level Supercharged NYC Train Table. Create original city sounds with one-of-a-kind instruments in the Musical Subway Car. Chase the floating scarves at the Whimsical Wind Blowing Fountain.

The 1,500 square-foot exhibit invites children from birth to 6 and their grown-ups to feel like heroes, building their superpowered early learning brain skills, aka executive functions, include self-control, working memory, and mental flexibility.  Exploring NYC subways, parks, music, travel, treehouses, and more.

Enter Baby Central Station, a mini learning hub inspired by Grand Central Station and specially designed for birth to 2 year-olds with climb-on trains, a starry sky, and sensory stations=

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RE:GROWTH, A Celebration of Art, Riverside Park, and the New York Spirit

Explore a park-wide art exhibition featuring unique works of art that use color and unexpected materials to explore the concept of re-growth – literal, metaphorical, poetic, and philosophical. 13 site-specific installations span several miles from 68th and 145th Streets in Riverside Park celebrate the resiliency and resolve of all New Yorkers.

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