Bring your little one to experience an opera created just for them!
“In the Met’s never-ending quest to develop audiences of the future, we’ve decided to start at the very beginning,” Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, said in a statement.
The Met is also making it super convenient for families by providing a place for strollers to be parked and adding changing tables to the restrooms just outside of List Hall. Babies can also be fed inside the hall and their are designated areas with couches and padded benches if you need some space.
The only rule is that the performances are geared toward babies and older siblings are not allowed to attend, the reason being that the, "Met hopes to create a space where babies can respond to the sounds and colors of the performance without interference from older children," states the website.
Be sure to register now, this unique event is sure to get booked up fast!
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