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This new exhibit at the Museum glorifies crazy contraptions that spin, rock move around! Sculptor Steve Gerberich creates outlandish large-scaled kinetic sculptures and installations out of old machine parts, kitchen utensils, toys and carnival figurines. It’s art in motion and crazy fun!9am–5pm.
Open yourself up to the creative process in this workshop, which focuses on Intuitive Painting. Novices and experienced artists alike learn how to adopt a bold and fearless approach to painting. Discover how to use paint, ink and collage to express yourself.9:30am–12:30pm.
Tours of this historic site begin for the season on April 1. This lovely but unassuming country church has a stained glass window by Henri Matisse (his last work of art) and nine windows created by Marc Chagall. These glorious windows are on display for visitors. Tours are subject to congregation activities; call for daily schedule.10am–5pm.
More than 100 carefully sited sculptures by acclaimed artists can be found among the rolling hills of Storm King Art Center. With over 500 beautiful wooded acres acres, this sculpture park is a beautiful place to enjoy art as well as the wonders of nature in autumn.10am–4:30pm.
The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.10am–6pm.
"Objects Out Loud," is a stunning new exhibit at the Museum, combining the works of two contemporary artists, Nick Cave and Arman. This exhibition includes 20 works of sculpture, film and photography. Both artists’ works are bold and full of symbolic meaning and social commentary.10am–5pm.
Over 150 New York City landmarks are recreated in miniature out of bark, nuts, leaves and other plant parts. Large scale model trains zip around such familiar sites as the Statue of Liberty and Rockefeller Center. This year’s show features new replicas of the Empire State Building and other midtown landmarks. Timed tours today through Jan. 15, 2018; see website for holiday schedules.10am–6pm.
Designed to encourage creativity in all children, this interactive exhibit gives kids the materials, tools and help from museum educators to become "makers." Children work with needles and thread, screwdrivers and batteries, art supplies and more, to transform ideas into reality.10am–5pm.
This museum is a sensory delight for children: 6,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on exhibits, including the Toddler Zone, two Makerspaces, a construction exhibit and more.10am–4:00pm.
There are two new exciting experiences to be had at the Bronx Zoo, and both are part of the Treetop Adventure Program. One experience - called Climb - is an aerial adventure course consisting of rope bridges, rope walks, ladders, wobbly bridges and swinging elements. There are various levels of difficulty. The other adventure offered is Zipline, allowing guests to zip across the Bronx River 50 feet …Appointments between 10am–5pm.
Young kids and their adults meet in Toddler Beach for half an hour of moving, fun, and songs. This drop-in program features social play, tumbling, brain builders, and more. The group meets most Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Class size limited; first come, first-served.10:30 am – 11 am.
The South Street Seaport Museum has a new exhibition, "Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners." The exhibit features ship models, artifacts and memorabilia from ocean liners, giving visitors an in-depth look at the dramatic differences between ship travel for millionaires in First Class and immigrants in Third Class.11am–5pm.
Bryant Park is alive with seasonal and holiday events this winter! Holiday pop-up shops offer a variety of unique - and sometimes delicious - holiday gifts. Come browse this European-style open air market and come away with great finds. The Winter Village also features the city’s only free admission skating rink, outdoor entertainment and fine-casual dining. Open daily in November - check the …11am–8pm.
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