Daily Archives: May 20, 2013

  • Mixed-Up Vehicles Book

    Create and color your very own fantasy vehicles! Amphibious buses? Trains with wings? Mix and match your favorite things in this silly bookmaking workshop.

  • Create a Grand Central City

    One hundred years ago, Grand Central Terminal was born. Today’s Terminal is a world unto itself: trains below, buildings above, set amidst the maze of midtown Manhattan! We’ll fashion a Terminal City of our own—trains, tunnels, skyscrapers, roadways and more!

  • Miles of Tiles

    Discover the art of the mosaics that beautify our subway stations as you create unique patterns and designs with glass tile.

  • New York Philharmonic Memorial Day Concert

    Alan Gilbert conducts Bruckner’s momentous Third Symphony at the orchestra’s annual appearance at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine. First-come, first-served free tickets are distributed at the cathedral on the day of the concert beginning at 6 pm.

  • Moving Music with the Deedle Deedle Dees

    Founded by Brooklyn-based artist/songwriter Lloyd Miller, The Deedle Deedle Dees use rock-n-roll, country, hip hop and folk to teach kids about history, nature, social action and sorts of stuff that they wouldn’t think to learn about in songs! Join them for a very special performance of songs celebrating travel and motion, right on the Museum’s platform.

  • Electricity Live

    Learn how our subways are powered up. It’s a shocking demonstration!