Drink it all in with a bevy of colonial beverages in this multisensory Living History program exploring global trade and colonial silversmithing in Paul Revere’s time. Discover recipes, smell spices, and handle hot chocolate preparation tools. Afterwards, visit the exhibition Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere.
Generously supported by AMERICAN HERITAGE® Chocolate
¡New-York Historical Society invita a las familias de habla hispana a disfrutar de una tarde llena de diversión en el museo, ¡en español! Spanish-speaking educators engage family visitors in a variety of hands-on, American Revolution-themed art activities celebrating the exhibition Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere.
Free Admission for kids age 17 and under
No RSVP required
Recommended for all ages
Join us for Revolutionary Summer's opening day by exploring George Washington's encampment in our outdoor courtyard! Enter the Headquarters Tent, meet the man himself, and experience daily life in the Continental Army.
Join us and our friends from the Vietnam Heritage Center with performances, red envelopes, and festive activities celebrating Year of the Pig. Learn about all the ways Lunar New Year is celebrated throughout Southeast Asia, including Vietnam and Cambodia.
Programming includes hands on activities such as Tet card makingand Li Xi making. Performances include Lion Dance, singing, and Ao Dai fashion show, hosted by Miss Vietnam 2010!
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to fulfill a variety of badges and earn a Museum Patch at the New-York Historical Society! Come as a troop or with family and see what's new at New York's oldest museum, founded in 1804. Scout uniforms are encouraged!
Please note: This event is FREE with Museum Admission. We strongly encourage families to purchase Museum Admission tickets in advance as space is limited. Any remaining, day-of tickets will be issued to Museum visitors on a first come-first, served basis.