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Events/ Ongoing Programs/ MetCelebrates/ Teen Night (Ages 13–18)/ Teens Take The Met!
(Ages 13–18)

Teens Take The Met!
(Ages 13–18)

Free; reservations are encouraged.

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 for instructions. 

View the schedule in English.

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

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 EditionsEpic 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 ArtThe Woolmark CompanyUrbanGlass; Wave Hill

Masks are strongly recommended. See our visitor guidelines.

Teens Take The Met! is made possible by

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Large-print and Braille activity schedules, American Sign Language interpretation, sighted guides, and assistive listening devices are available.

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