The Anne Frank Center USA, a partner organization of the Anne Frank House, uses the diary and spirit of Anne Frank as unique tools to advance her legacy, to educate young people and communities about the consequences of intolerance.
A menagerie of resident animals and a permanent collection of more than 20,000 natural science objects and cultural artifacts enliven exhibits and presentations at the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
This non-religious organization engages schoolchildren and families with two permanent exhibitions that allow active, hands-on exploration of history and culture in non-threatening and inclusive ways to benefit the diverse Jewish community and the community at large.
Through a unique environment of interactive exhibitions and programs, the museum aims to inspire children and families to learn about themselves and a culturally diverse world.
At the Children's Museum of the Arts, young artist have complete liberty to create. This museum in SoHo focuses on all forms of visual art, and gently encourages children to experiment artistically through interactive learning.
With its bright, colorful displays with a special focus on NYC's history, the DiMenna Childrens' History Museum is the perfect place for young history buffs to bone up on knowledge about their city. Located within the New-York Historical Society, kids will learn by interacting with fun hands-on exhibits, games, story hours, family programs, spending time in the Children's History Library, participating in school programs and more.
This new children's museum is part of the New-York Historical Society.
The Houdini Museum of New York has several hundred of the rarest and most important pieces that was used and personally belonged to Harry Houdini on display. In the museum's archives are over 1,500 pieces of Houdiniana that allow for an ever changing display.
Explore Jewish heritage and culture in an entertaining and educational format for kids of all ages. Through contemporary technology and a hands-on approach to learning, the Jewish Children’s Museum’s exhibits provide visitors with a rich experience in Jewish history, values and traditions. The Jewish Children's Museum features multimedia marvels, game show studio, audiovisual theater, miniature golf course and craft workshop. Check out the website for special events and programs.
The original Lefferts home, built before the American Revolution in the farming village of Flatbush, was burned down during the Battle of Long Island in 1776. The structure that now stands is a circa-1783 replacement, moved to its present location in 1918.