Bring the whole family to the High Line! Make memories and new friends as you play, create, and learn together on the park.
At every High Line Kids program, you will also find this mobile crate of building materials. Inspired by the park's industrial history and aesthetic character, our Workyard Kit is designed to help kids chart their own course of play on the High Line. Stop by to use custom-designed wood planks, wheels, ropes, gears, and pulleys to create your own construction. Ages 4+
Planning a visit? Download one of our family guides!
Chelsea Grasslands Family Activity Guide Download
Diller von-Furstenberg Sundeck Family Activity Guide Download
Families are invited to join us for our Make It! series.
Create, listen, build, and learn as a family, through stories, art, nature, and design! Get your hands dirty in our mobile garden, watch a live performance, build with our Children's Workyard Kit, and add to our collaborative art project. Plan a whole day at the High Line together!
Stay tuned for updates for the 2017 season.
Travel back in time to the industrial west side of Manhattan!
Over 150 years ago, freight trains ran along the street along us. As New York City grew, the trains became so dangerous for pedestrians that residents called 10th Avenue "Death Avenue." The High Line was built in the 1930s to elevate the trains and make the streets safer.
Once a year, ghosts from Death Avenue's past rise to haunt the High Line. Join us each October for Haunted High Line, a day of family friendly activities including a photo booth, face painting, dancing, music, live performances, ghosts, and more!
Major Support for High Line Families comes from Deutsche Bank. This program is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.
MetLife Foundation is a Supporting Sponsor of High Line Families.
Additional support is provided by Westbeth Artists Housing.