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Museum Mile Festival

All activities are free, and no registration is required.

Kick off your summer with an evening of play at The Met—from a silent dance party to giant outdoor games! Create art, catch a performance, and check out our current exhibitions, including the newly opened P.S. Art: Celebrating the Creative Spirit of New York City Kids.

All activities are free, and no registration is required.

View the schedule in English.

View the schedule in Spanish.
Ver el programa en español.

The schedule is subject to change.

Can't join us in person? Experience prerecorded activities below.


Artist Interview—Lauren Halsey: The Roof Garden Commission

Go behind the scenes with artist Lauren Halsey, who discusses the inspiration and making of The Met’s 2023 Roof Garden Commission.

Play Bubble Guppies: Dive into The Met
Play an interactive game that aims to spark creativity by taking kids on a virtual field trip to the Museum, where they will explore artwork from different cultures, countries, and time periods.

#MetKids—How Can Art Tell Us about Who We Are?
Join visitors Francesca and Cyrus as artist Ty Defoe connects art in the Museum with stories and dance from his home.

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Stop by the welcome table in the Great Hall 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.

Museum Mile Festival is co-organized with the following partners:

Neue Galerie New York @neuegalerieny
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum @guggenheim
Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum @cooperhewitt
The Jewish Museum @thejewishmuseum
Museum of the City of New York @museumofcityny
El Museo del Barrio @elmuseo
The Africa Center @theafricacenter

#MuseumMile #MMF23

Masks are strongly recommended. See our visitor guidelines.

All Upcoming


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