Twilight Zone Halloween Bash
Oct 28 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Travel through another dimension of sound, sight and mind this Halloweekend at Museum of the City of New York. Kick off your Halloween festivities with a night of spooky, surreal fun. Dance the night away with Vinyl Nights hosted by Rebecca Lynn and featuring DJ Misbehaviour and DJ Shakey.
Come dressed as a favorite Twilight Zone character and compete for prizes in our costume contest. Enjoy themed cocktails from the MCNY bar, delicious bites from the Empanada Mama pop-up café, and stroll after-hours through our hit exhibitions, including Analog City: NYC B.C. and Food in New York: Bigger than the Plate — just try not to end up on the menu!
Find vibrant pop-art, rainbow paintings, groovy fashion, a model living room (with a tiny TV) giant sculptures made from unexpected material and more delightful surprises in Explore a pivotal three-year period in the history of art and culture in New York City, examining how artists living and working in New York responded to their rapidly…More info
Go inside your design in the kid-favorite Immersion Room (formerly Margaret Carnegie’s bedroom). Create digital wallpaper – or chose from an amazing assortment in the museum’s collection covering hundreds of years and a range of styles – and project them onto the wall from floor to ceiling—for a vibrant, impactful, immersive experience. Experiment with scaling,…More info
El Museo’s beloved bilingual program for ages 3-5 and their caregivers is back in-person! Join an interactive program facilitated by museum educators that includes storytelling, discussion and an art making project.
Celebrate the holidays with a reading A Piñata in a Pine Tree: A Latino Twelve Days of Christmas by Pat Mora. In this…More info
Join El Museo to kick off the Three Kings Day celebrations with a fun-filled day of family programming. Music group BombaYo leads the Puerto Rican holiday caroling tradition of parrandas. Learn about the origins of parrandas, and the plena rhythm that guides its storytelling tradition at the museum, then take the celebration onto the street…More info