The Cloisters offers Gallery Talks and other programs for adults at noon and 2:00 p.m. every Saturday and on the first Sunday of each month, year-round. These talks are free with Museum admission and do not require reservations. Due to limited galler... read more
Children's Museum of the Arts maintains a permanent collection of over two thousand paintings and drawings of children’s art from around the world including China, Pakistan, Argentina, Norway, Australia, Indonesia, Senegal and Russia. Included within... read more
The collection captures an important portion of New York City's past, which is as colorful and vibrant as its present. What began as New Amsterdam, a rather insignificant Dutch outpost, became New York in 1664. Under English rule the city took on gre... read more
A gallery dedicated to surface transportation presents, in nine complementing segments, a history of above ground mobility for the last 175 years – from the early 1800s through the 21st Century. The central element of the exhibition On the Streets: N... read more
On the platform level, Moving the Millions: New York City's Subways from its Origins to the Present provides visitors with an overview of the magnitude and complexity of New York City's rapid transit system. The exhibition uses historical photographs... read more
Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848-1933) was one of the foremost decorative artists of his time. His father, Charles Lewis Tiffany, was the co-founder of Tiffany & Company, the luxury retailer best known for fine silver and jewelry. At an early ag... read more
The Merchant's House Museum is New York City's only family home preserved intact — inside and out — from the 19th century. Built in 1832 just steps from Washington Square, this elegant red-brick and white-marble row house on East Fourth Street was... read more
The Panorama is the jewel in the crown of the collection of the Queens Museum of Art. Built by Robert Moses for the 1964 World’s Fair, in part as a celebration of the City’s municipal infrastructure, this 9,335 square foot architectural model include... read more
This site-specific installation was curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev as part of P.S.1’s Vertical Painting series initiated by Alanna Heiss in 1997. Created for P.S.1’s northwest stairwell, Stair Procession is a white-on-black drawing similar to ... read more
A minimalist artist, Keith Sonnier is known for his use of neon lights in architectural contexts. His Tunnel of Tears was installed for the reopening of P.S.1 in 1997. The artist uses two fluorescent light fixtures, one blue and one pink, to form a s... read more
The Permanent Collection of the Society of Illustrators is the home for hundreds of works of art by many of the greatest names in American painting and illustration. This celebrated collection is ever expanding, thanks to purchase and donation from o... read more
The Museum's permanent collection features American art and material culture from the region that dates from the colonial period through the present. Works in nearly all media are found in the collection including painting, sculpture, decorative arts... read more
Look, up in the sky, it’s a bird! But what kind? Take a tour and learn about the 250 species of birds that call Prospect Park home. Meet at the Audubon Center.
Garden tours are offered every day, Tuesday through Sunday, at 1:00 p.m. Once you've enjoyed the gardens, step inside to learn more about the amazing works of art on view. Gallery talks focus on a particular topic, lending insight to intriguing aspec... read more
Join a naturalist for cool and fun science activities. A new experiment every month!
WHO: Schmooze on the News with Gia Pace; Face Painting with Jaime Gruber; Rooftop Playground; Hebrew Playgroup; Art Project: Diversity in New York; Mind + Body Retreat with Seth Lieberman; Circle Games with Jenna + the Two Ians; Kids Concert: Shine &... read more
Discover the Prospect Park you never knew! Meet birds and other wildlife on this walk, guided by a naturalist. Find out how to use binoculars to spot some of the incredible species of birds that call Prospect Park home. Learn the history of the Boath... read more
Wagner Seahawks vs. Merrimack Warriors
Based on the outdoor location and ease of physical distancing at this location, we have decided to hold this class for those who are comfortable attending. All participants are required to bring a mask and maintain physical distance during the class.... read more
Similar in style to "Whose Line is it Anyway," the National Comedy Theatre is a high octane comedy show featuring New York's best improv comedians performing a series of games and scenes all based on audience suggestions.