Celebrate the opening of the 81st Street Studio, our new drop-in discovery and play space for kids ages 3–11 and their families and caregivers—where art and science meet! Join us for a festival of activities, storytelling, games, and more.
View the full schedule of events. The schedule is subject to change.
Doors to the 81st Street Studio open at 12 pm; all activities on David H. Koch Plaza, in the Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education, and in the galleries run continuously from 12 to 5 pm unless otherwise noted.
No admission is required for the 81st Street Studio or festival activities on the plaza or in the Uris Center for Education; gallery activities are free with Museum admission.
Stop by the welcome table in Diane W. Burke Hall, Uris Center for Education, Ground Floor, to request an assistive listening device, an American Sign Language interpreter, a sighted guide, and a large-print or Braille schedule of events, or to learn more about access accommodations, programs, and resources at The Met. You can also access The Met’s sensory-friendly resources online and take a break in the quiet galleries.
Masks are strongly recommended. See our visitor guidelines.
The Interactive Musical Station was designed by Yamaha.