During this year’s OHNY Weekend, it’s easier than ever for families with children to find fun and exciting architecturally themed activities at sites across the five boroughs! All kids programs are Open Access and free of charge. The sites listed on this page will offer special tours, crafts, and fun activities geared specifically toward children.

 

  

 

Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, Bronx

Hendrick I Lott House, Brooklyn

Textile Arts Center, Brooklyn

Carnegie Hall: Resnick Education Wing, Manhattan

Church of the Transfiguration, Manhattan

Eldridge Street Synagogue, Manhattan

Elements Preschool, Manhattan

FDR Four Freedoms Park, Manhattan

Hispanic Society of America, Manhattan

Japan Society, Manhattan

Jewish Museum, Manhattan

Morris-Jumel Mansion, Manhattan

Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden, Manhattan

Museum of the City of New York, Manhattan

Scandinavia House, Manhattan

Textile Arts Center, Manhattan

King Manor Museum, Queens

Onderdonk House, Queens

Queens Museum, Queens

Voelker-Orth Museum, Queens

Welling Court Mural Project, Queens

Historic Houses of Conference House, Staten Island

National Lighthouse Museum, Staten Island

 

BX-Discover Bartow-Pell Day!_credit Richard Warren  

 

Most OHNY Weekend sites welcome families with children, though some sites are only open to adults due to security and safety concerns. Make sure that a site is family-friendly before you head out. Click here to see a list of family-friendly OHNY Weekend sites and tours.

 

Photo credits: Carnegie Hall/Stephanie Berger Photography; Eldridge Synagogue/Oi Hu; Discover Bartow Pell Day/Richard Warren; Building Masks/OHNY.