Did you know kids 16 and under get in free every day? Exploring MoMA together is the perfect way to share a new experience with your family—enjoy open space in our galleries, relax with art outdoors in the Sculpture Garden, and visit beloved artworks like The Starry Night without crowds.
Our capacity is limited and advance timed tickets are required—plan ahead and learn about visiting us safely.
Before you come, dive into the resources below to learn more about our collection and discover new ways to get creative at the Museum and at home.
Explore art with audio for kids that encourages looking closely, poses questions, and shares information about MoMA’s collection. Available with your own device and headphones in English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español, Português, 한국어 (Korean), 日本語 (Japanese), and 中文 (Mandarin). For ages five and up.
Discover artists’ processes, search for materials, and consider big ideas about art in labels for kids throughout Floors 2, 4, and 5. For ages five and up.
Heyman Family Programs and art making at home
Live online programs
Join us for live online programs for kids and families on select dates. Check the calendar for more information.
Storytelling through Art
Discover how Jacob Lawrence shared the history of an important event by combining words and images in a series of paintings called the Migration Series. Tell your own story through multiple panels in this online workshop that you can access anytime.
For kids nine to 14; allow for around 12 minutes of video, plus time to complete your project. Materials needed: 3-4 sheets of paper; a pencil; colored pencils, crayons, markers, or paint.
From art making activities to kid-friendly books and films, we’re sharing some of our favorite ways to spark creativity and fun for your family.