Where to experiencing Jewish history and culture in NYC with your kids, that is easy, fun, and educational.
NYC teens conducting research at the American Museum of Natural History recently announced the results of separate studies evaluating two animals that are making the metropolitan area home: coyotes and Boraria stricta, a millipede from the Southeast.
NYC families and tourists are in for a sweet treat when the Museum of Ice Cream opens in the Meatpacking District at the end of July.
Summer of Hamilton at the New-York Historical Society continues this Sunday, July 10 at 1pm and 3pm with a recreation of the infamous duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr.
Madame Tussauds wax museum is so much more than just a Times Square tourist attraction for out-of-towners.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will display works of art from 90 public school students from across the five boroughs of New York City.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art and Storytelling in West Harlem welcomes local middle-school students to participate in the construction of a new exhibit, celebrating culture and creativity.
American Museum of Natural History welcomes an exhibit with snap: Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World at American Museum of Natural History.
Families can enjoy free admission at 15 Lower Manhattan museums and historical sites when The Downtown Culturals Group presents the third annual Night at the Museums on June 21.
Westchester Children's Museum--adjacent to Rye Playland and Rye Boardwalk--offers fun, creative activities for children in a small space.
In honor of Star Wars Day on May 4, Discovery Times Square is hosting a special celebration with their Star Wars and the Power of Costume: The Exhibition display.
The Alice Austen House, also called Clear Comfort, is a historical landmark and vibrant cultural center, which exhibits parts of Austen’s extensive photography collection with the mission of keeping the spirit of the early American photographer alive.
The long-awaited opening of the new Westchester Children's Museum is here. Check out the new facility within Rye Playland, chock-full of family-friendly activities.
A Year with Children is an annual exhibit, now in its 45th year, that showcases the artwork of New York City public school students in grades 2-6 at the Guggenheim Museum.
While visitors to the American Museum of Natural History are enjoying its current exhibit, Dinosaurs Among Us, the staff is busy at work on its next one, opening in May: Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World, according to a Museum press release.
The American Museum of Natural History is opening a new exhibit called “Dinosaurs Among Us” on March 21 that will compare dinosaurs to modern-day birds.
Beloved children’s author and illustrator Mo Willems now has an exhibit all about his work at the New-York Historical Society.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is offering great programs for kids and families this spring break.
After being closed for over three years, the South Street Seaport Museum is finally reopening its doors with a new exhibit called “Street of Ships: The Port and Its People.”
With so many museums scattered throughout all five boroughs of New York City, how can you choose the best one to visit? Take our quiz and find your museum match!
Construction is close to starting on the site of the future Bronx Children’s Museum, located at Mill Pond Park at the Bronx Terminal Market Powerhouse right along the Harlem River.
UPDATED February 2017: March is Women’s History Month, and there are many ways to commemorate women that made an influence in progressing female empowerment in our country and the world. Celebrate at one of these activities, museums, or statues across the New York area all month long.
Stamford Museum & Nature Center offers a variety of fun things to do with kids, including Bendel Mansion Museum, Overbrook Nature Center, and Heckscher Farm, all of which allow you to get close to nature.
It turns out that man’s best friends have been dogs ever since the Viking era!
Learn how the Vikings actually lived their lives and walk out of this exhibit at Discovery Times Square with a whole different perspective.