The American Museum of Natural History is opening an exhibit all about the senses called Our Senses: An Immersive Experience.
Bring your kids to Tribeca Aug. 26-27 for a weekend of family-focused foodie fun!
The 10th annual Citi Summer Streets runs from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturdays from August 5-19.
Teenage songwriters in NYC can enter #MyNYCSong to win a one-on-one mentoring session with Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons.
MAGIC Activity Center has added STEAM-based morning classes to its offerings on the Upper East Side.
Manhattan Soccer Club recently hired Carlos Moreira as the U5-U7 Development Academy director.
Kweller Prep will offer an after-school program at the Forest Hills and Midtown locations, starting in September.
Original Illustrations from ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!’ Are Now on Display at the New-York Historical Society
Twenty-nine original illustrations and book page proofs from 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!' are now on display at the New-York Historical Society through Aug. 30.
Soon NYC dog owners can bring their pups inside on a coffee run.
Hershey’s Chocolate World is moving to a new store that will be three times bigger with new attractions.
See a Mars rover concept vehicle, visit a massive NASA expo, meet astronauts, and more at the sixth annual Space and Science Festival at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.
Scandalous Secrets of the Metropolitan, a walking tour of the Met, is another way for teens, parents, and adults to view art.
Let's Dance!, at the Children's Museum of Manhattan through December, teaches kids all about dance and movement—and lets them test out their own moves.
Inside Broadway’s “Creating the Magic” program recently gave students the opportunity to see the behind-the-scenes workings of Broadway’s longest-running show 'The Phantom of the Opera.'
Broadway Dance Center Children and Teens, a family-friendly Upper West Side location, is scheduled to open in early August.
Kumon Centers of Manhattan are offering a 50-percent discount on registration for their math program in September.
To celebrate the launch of its Paws and Play program, pediatric patients were reunited with Mount Sinai’s Kravis Children’s Hospital’s first facility dog—Professor Bunsen Honeydew.
Twenty-seven works of art, part of P.S. Art on view at The Met, will soon be displayed on a giant billboard in Times Square.
Families can enjoy free admission, special programming, and tours of 15 Lower Manhattan museums and historical sites at the fourth annual Night at the Museums.
The New-York Historical Society is opening an Eloise at the Museum exhibit from June 30 through Oct. 9, featuring original manuscript pages, photographs, sketchbooks, and more of beloved picture book character Eloise.
Fans can immerse themselves in the Shopkins universe at this Parisian-themed pop-up café.
Sing for Hope Pianos will bring music to the streets of NYC with a public art installation of artist-decorated pianos.
Enjoy free museum access and live entertainment at the 39th annual Museum Mile Festival, which kicks off at El Museo del Barrio on June 13 at 5:45pm.
New York City teens will debut their published plays as part of the acclaimed Learning through an Expanded Arts Program.
Play On! Studios is adding a new camp location in Lower Manhattan, which will host a Creative Drama Camp for kids in July.