Best Museums and Exhibits for Kids in NYC
Dying to introduce your preschooler to Picasso or got a tween who's wild for Warhol? Then you're in the right city. NYC offers incredible art experiences for kids, from world-class museums to wonderful little galleries. The hardest part is figuring out what there is and where to start. This guide features helpful tips for families, like which institutions allow strollers, and ways to make visits to museums even more fun with kids. Check out our money saving tips, which tell you when you can visit cultural institutions for free, or how to snag discounted tickets or memberships. Finally, you'll find reviews of the most kid-friendly exhibits in town.
Must-See Museums: Manhattan
Must-See Museums: Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island
Tips for Visiting Museums with Kids
Money Saving Tips
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