Milstein Science Series: Ocean Babies
Seahorses pop from their fathers' pouches, emperor penguins carry eggs on their feet, catfish guard their young in their mouth, and killer whales stay with their pods for life. For many animals, the relationship between parent and child is one of the most vital and important factors for survival. Learn all about the youngest animals that live beneath the sea and the parenting strategies used to keep them safe. Interact with scientists, discover amazing critters, and celebrate science under the iconic blue whale.
Venue: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 79th St Map
Block Lab at Brooklyn Children's Museum
Fri | 10AM - 4PM
BCM's Block Lab invites visitors to develop spatial reasoning, engineering, and language skills with our Imagination Playground block set. Experience the fun in our play space where big blue blocks bu...
Freestyle Fridays in Colorlab at Brooklyn Children's Museum
Fri | 2PM - 4:30 pm
All ages Bring your creativity and curiosity to Freestyle Fridays! In this open-studio art-making experience, choose from a quirky assortment of materials and tools to make something unique. Look out...
Candlelight Ghost Tours of ‘Manhattan’s Most Haunted House’ at Merchant's House Museum
Updated with the latest eerie happenings! 60-minute tours begin on the half hour, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. ALL tours include 4th Floor Servants’ Quarters! Eight family members died in the house; their...