New York City continues to reopen, but it's not always clear what families can and cannot do.
But as for a visit to one of the best kids' museums in NYC, that's more complicated. While some locations have announced opening plans, others will remain closed for the immediate future.
Here is our guide to the reopening plans of kids' museums in NYC. Check back regularly, as this will be updated as we learn more.
To be determined. The Museum of Natural History will continue its online programming with virtual tours and other events.
Will reopen as a part of Phase 4. Once plans are in place they will be announced on brooklynkids.org.
To be determined. CMA will continue its online programming with CMA Live!
To be determined. CMOM will continue its online programming with CMOM at Home.
To be determined. JCM will continue its online programming with the Jewish Children's Museum's Virtual Workshops.
To be determined. LSC will continue its online programming with LSC in the House.
To be determined. MoMATH will continue to offer online programs and virtual field trips.
The DiMenna Children's History Museum at the New-York Historical Society will reopen along with the rest of the museum on Friday, September 11—specific plans will be announced later. Pending city approval, the NYHS will stage the exhibit "Hope Wanted: New York City Under Quarantine" in the museum's outdoor courtyard on August 14.
To be determined. SICM will continue its online programming with At Home with SICM.
To be determined. The Sugar Hill Museum of Art & Storytelling will premiere the online exhibit "Children's Art Exhibition for Justice" on July 28.
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