This children's museum celebrates imagination through art, storytelling and education. Kids can explore different exhibits like "The Pollen Catchers' Color Mixing Machine" a site-specific mural inspired by fables and folktales and "People, Places, and Things: Selections from The Studio Museum," a collection of art from the 1930s to 1980s that features portraits and landscapes from a group of artists who depicted everyday life in U.S. communities including Harlem. The museum hosts a variety of events for kids from story hours to art workshops.
|Venue name:||Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling||Contact:|
898 St. Nicholas Ave at West 155th St
|Cross street:||Edgecombe Ave and W 155th St|
|Opening hours:||Thursday–Friday 10am–5pm, Saturday and Sunday 12pm–5pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C to 155th St, 1 to 157th St|
|Price:||$7, seniors, students, children 9–17 $4, children 0–8 free|