Family Programs at the Skyscraper Museum
Book cover of "Rosie Revere, Engineer" by Andrea Beaty and David Roberts

Be Like Rosie Revere, Become Your Own Engineer!

Fri, Mar 26 at 4 PM

Andrea Beaty’s Rosie Revere, Engineer proves that sometimes the greatest engineers make mistakes. After a reading of Beaty’s book, through a series of trial-and-error, kids will create their own...

"Lower Manhattan Expressway" by Paul Rudolph. Featured in "Never Built New York", by Greg Goldin and Sam Lubell.

April Fool’s: Architecture that Never Was!

Sat, Apr 3 at 11 AM

Did you know that architect Daniel Libeskind designed New York Tower at One Madison Avenue in 2007, but it was never built? Drawing from Greg Goldin and Sam Lubell’s...

Green Skyscrapers

Sat, Apr 24 at 11 AM

Celebrate Earth Week with us by crafting your own paper mache globe and discovering global, “green” skyscrapers! We’ll learn about global, environmentally friendly skyscrapers. Virtual, Zoom. All ages welcome....

From Simple Shapes to Skyscrapers

Sat, May 8 at 11 AM

Simple shapes and basic numbers are at the core of all tall towers. Join us for a deep dive into the floor plans and facades of supertall skyscrapers as...

Where in the World?

Sat, May 22 at 11 AM

Where in the world are supertall skyscrapers located? Through an educator-led tour of our SUPERTALL! 2020 exhibition, kids will compare cities from New York to Kuala Lumpur. After looking...

Battery Park City. Photo by Dimitri Anikin

Take A Walk in Battery Park City

Sat, Jun 19 at 11 AM

The Skyscraper Museum’s Battery Park City location sits in a park between views of the Statue of Liberty and the skyline of lower Manhattan. After a quick tour of...

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