On Thursday, October 1, the High Line will be open from noon to 5pm. We’ll return to our regular noon to 8pm schedule on Friday, October 2. Learn more & reserve your free timed-entry pass >
Design and construct industrial-inspired mixed media garden sculptures that will age over time. Catch stories about the past and live performances, too.
This program is geared towards children ages 0-12.Free – RSVP Now
Schedule of events:
10 – 11 AM: Join storyteller Armando Batista with live music. Help tell the tale of New York’s first immigrant – a free man from the Caribbean who came to Mannahatta on a Dutch ship in 1613. Be a sailor, a pirate, a Lenni Lenape and experience New York before it was “New York.”
10 AM – 1 PM: Ongoing activities: mobile garden with a Friends of the High Line gardener, worm bin exploration, and an art project led by Arch for Kids.
11:30 AM: Performance by
12:00 PM: Performance by
Story Pirates (repeat)
12:30 PM: Performance by The Brandon Project.
All children must be attended by a caregiver at all times.
This program is held rain or shine.
High Line Families is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.