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The Skyscraper Museum Family Program: What’s Anthropomorphic – Body Buildings

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January 18 @ 10:30 am - 11:45 am

The Skyscraper Museum

39 Battery Place Lower Manhattan
New York    + Google Map

$5

Buildings have skeletons just like people do. Trace your body on poster paper and use your own “skeleton frame” as a starting place for designing a building as unique as you are. All ages.

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The Skyscraper Museum Family Program: “Subway” Storytime

Children can be inspired by a reading of Christoph Niemann’s picture book “SUBWAY,” where kids spend a rainy day taking the subway all around the city. After the story, the young urban planners will use different materials to design and create their very own city-wide transportation system and vehicles. Ages…

The Skyscraper Museum Family Program: Architecture Valentines

Buildings have skeletons just like people do. Trace your body on poster paper and use your own “skeleton frame” as a starting place for designing a building as unique as you are. All ages. RSVP required

The Art of Chinese New Year

Explore the Lunar New Year holiday and the related traditional visual and performing arts in a vibrant, interactive art experience for all ages. Experience the sights and sounds of the…

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imagiNATIONS Activity Center

Explore Native scientific discoveries and inventions so ingenious many continue to affect the modern world in a family-friendly, interactive space. Solve puzzles, perform experiments, and play state-of-the-art computer simulations.

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Lunar New Year Fashion Showcase

Celebrate Lunar New Year with a curated collection of looks and styles from Oculus retailers in celebration of the Year of the Rat.

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The Skyscraper Museum Family Program: “Subway” Storytime

Children can be inspired by a reading of Christoph Niemann’s picture book “SUBWAY,” where kids spend a rainy day taking the subway all around the city. After the story, the…

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imagiNATIONS Activity Center

Explore Native scientific discoveries and inventions so ingenious many continue to affect the modern world in a family-friendly, interactive space. Solve puzzles, perform experiments, and play state-of-the-art computer simulations.

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Eataly NYC Downtown

The downtown outpost of Italian marketplace Eataly is focused on bread, but you can also find delizioso pizza, fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, pasta, rotisserie chicken, chocolate, gelato and weekend kids cooking…

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Greek From Greece Bakery &Cafe

Feast on authentic Greek pastries both sweet (backlava, kataifi, walnut cake) and savory (spinach pies & a variety of cheese pies) plus soups, salads, sandwiches, house-made Greek yogurt and more…

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Adrienne’s Pizza Bar

Eat thin-crust square pies in outdoor seating overlooking historic, cobbled Stone Street at this casual yet classy pizzeria.

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Dubuffet Sculpture

An office tower plaza features a dynamic Jean Dubuffet sculpture and a peaceful Noguchi rock garden fountain.

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WTC Street Murals

Street artists from around the world vibrantly transformed the streets surrounding 3 World Trade Center with fun, colorful murals, bringing love and joy to a place of mourning.

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Vandal Gummy at 4WTC

Wonder at how a giant gummy bear ended up in a prison mugshot, gripping an identity placard in between his gelatin paws in this lobby installation by WhIsBe.

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The Art of Chinese New Year

Explore the Lunar New Year holiday and the related traditional visual and performing arts in a vibrant, interactive art experience for all ages. Experience the sights and sounds of the…

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