Grab your friends and take over The Met for the night. Drop in for teen-only activities across the Museum, including art making, performances, music, and more. Discover what you can also do at over 45 NYC cultural and community organizations.
Doors open at 5 pm. Teens Take The Met! is free and open to all teens 13+ with a middle or high school ID. Just show up or RSVP now to get a free ticket to beat the line. If you're a chaperone who'd like to come with a group of 10 or more teens, please email email@example.com for instructions.
This event will be photographed, filmed, and/or recorded. By your presence at the event, you consent to the photography, filming, and use of your image and/or voice.
Teens Take The Met! is a Teen Night co-organized with the following community partners:
92NY Center for Arts Learning & Leadership; All-City High School Chorus; Art Start; Art and Resistance Through Education (ARTE); Artistic Noise; ArtsConnection; Bangladesh Academy of Fine Arts; Ballet Hispánico; Bard High School Early College; Broadway for Arts Education, Inc.; Brooklyn Museum; Brooklyn Public Library; Building Beats; Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education; Center for Book Arts; Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; DreamYard Project Inc. Art Center Programs; El Museo del Barrio; Endless Editions; Epic Theatre Ensemble; Friends of the High Line Teen Program; Girls for Gender Equity (GGE); Global Kids; Harlem Children’s Zone; Hill Art Foundation; International Center of Photography (ICP); Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum; Jazz House Kids; Loisaida Inc.; Manhattan Theatre Club; Mariachi Academy of New York; Museum at Eldridge Street; New 42/ New Victory Theater; New York Hall of Science; New-York Historical Society; NYC Department of Youth & Community Development; Planned Parenthood of Greater New York; Poster House; Roundabout Theatre Company/Roundabout Youth Ensemble; Sadie Nash Leadership Project; Scholastic Art & Writing Awards; Studio Museum in Harlem; Susan E. Wagner High School Marching Band; Teens@Graham; The Bronx Museum of the Arts; The Center for Anti-Violence Education; The New York Public Library; The Noguchi Museum; The Whitney Museum of American Art; The Woolmark Company; UrbanGlass; Wave Hill
Masks are strongly recommended. See our visitor guidelines.
Teens Take The Met! is made possible by
Large-print and Braille activity schedules, American Sign Language interpretation, sighted guides, and assistive listening devices are available.