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Interesting and useful: the best children's museums in New York


Alina Prikhodko

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Children's museums in New York City are the perfect place to learn, play, and go on adventures. Secret nyc has collected 10 of the best children's museums in the Big Apple that will give your children a world of wonder and discovery.

With spring break just around the corner, it's time to start planning what to do with your little ones in New York City. The city is full of children's museums full of interactive exhibits and hands-on activities, perfect for a day of adventure.

1. Children's Museum of Manhattan (CMOM)

CMOM offers a wide range of exhibits and programs designed for children from very young ages to 12 years old. In a museum with an area of ​​3700 m2 The Upper West Side has exhibits like Nickelodeon's Dora and Diego exhibit, immersive art installations and sculptures for little ones to climb, and even a seasonal Dynamic H2O exhibit where they can learn about the importance of water and its role in New York.

Address: 212 West 83rd Street

2. Brooklyn Children's Museum

The Brooklyn Children's Museum was the world's first children's museum. It was founded in 1899. It features hands-on exhibits on the visual arts, music, natural sciences, and world cultures. Popular exhibits include “Totally Tots” sensory play areas and “World Brooklyn” children's stores inspired by real-life Brooklyn businesses. In addition, the Nature's Engineers exhibit features fossils, bird nests, and live animals such as tarantulas.

Address: 145 Brooklyn Avenue

3. New York Hall of Science

The New York Hall of Science is recognized as one of the best science museums in the Big Apple. It contains more than 450 interactive exhibits, workshops and displays. These include the Great Bubble Experiment, a science play area, a creative Design Lab and much more.

Address: 47-01 111th Street

4. DiMenna Children's History Museum

The DiMenna Children's History Museum is part of the New York Historical Society, where children will learn about the history of the United States and the Big Apple. They will be introduced to New York's most famous names, character pavilions, interactive exhibits and games, and the Barbara K. Lipman Children's History Library. In addition, many thematic events and programs are held here.

Address: 170 Central Park West

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5. National Museum of Mathematics

The National Museum of Mathematics, or MoMath, is the country's first museum dedicated exclusively to mathematics. Aimed at “stimulating exploration, sparking curiosity and revealing the wonders of mathematics,” this museum is perfect for children's inquisitive minds. Interactive exhibits, puzzles, and hands-on activities such as Math Square, PythagoJam, and Ring of Fire bring numbers, equations, and formulas to life.

Address: 225 5th Avenue

6. Children's Museum of the Arts

If you're looking for a kid-friendly art museum, check out this museum, which started out as a studio project in 1988. Today it is filled with collections of works by children from more than 50 countries. Through numerous guided tours of exhibits and program activities, your children will get up close and personal with the beautifully curated works of their peers. Of course, little guests will be able to exercise their creative muscles.

Address: 103 Carlton Street (between Hudson and Greenwich streets)

7. New York City Fire Museum

Let your child put on a professional helmet at the New York City Fire Museum in Hudson Square. The museum is located in the former 30 FDNY Fire Station No. 1904 building, which has been restored. Children will see a variety of art, artifacts, gear and equipment related to the fire service, dating from the late XNUMXth century to the present day.

Address: 278 Spring Street

8. Staten Island Children's Museum

Check out this dedicated children's museum, featuring 12 indoor and outdoor exhibits designed for children ages 1 year and older. It also offers dance and art workshops, science and history classes, and special events to help develop imagination and creativity.

Address: 1000 Richmond Ter. Bldg M

9. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Although the Intrepid Museum is primarily dedicated to military history, it offers exciting exhibits and programs for children on airplanes, submarines and space exploration. We recommend bringing them after school on Fridays when they are free from 17:00 pm to 21:00 pm.

In addition, a very interesting space exhibition “Apollo: When We Went to the Moon” is currently taking place there, which children will surely enjoy.

Address: Pier 86, West 46th Street

10. American Museum of Natural History

The American Museum of Natural History is one of the best museums in New York overall, especially if you're looking to keep little ones entertained. Its extensive collections, exciting exhibits and engaging programs provide young explorers with a path to the wonders of the natural world. Spend a few hours wandering through the dinosaur halls and Hayden Planetarium, and they'll remember it for weeks.

Address: 200 Central Park West

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