Free Indoor Play in the Meatpacking – Artech Adventures in Art & Technology

One of the great things about living in NYC is FREE things to do for families. The Children’s Museum of Art is hosting ARTech: Adventures in Art & Technology, a pop-up play space designed for kids 4+ years to explore Art & Technology, throughout March & April – perfect for spending quality time with the kiddos over Spring Break, if you happen to be in town. The space is located in the Meatpacking District, just one block away from Chelsea Market, where you can grab a bite before or after play.

Arjun had a lot of fun exploring the STEAM-based activities. (STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematic). We raced a homemade car with others down a ramp, made a mini telescope, and posting on the large art wall. “B is for Brother”, Arjun says. There’s also a mini planetarium, ball pit, block building (also fun for kids under 4 years), and GIF making stations for kids to enjoy. Please ignore the mess on Arjun’s shirt. Art is always messy with us.

ARTech is free and open to the public. Reserve tickets Play is open for 1 hour increments and you can come as often as you like!! YEAH!

ARTech: Adventures in Art & Technology

March 1 – April 29

Wednesdays & Thursdays: 3 – 7 PM

Saturdays & Sundays: 10AM – 5 PM

@ 459 West 14th Street (at 10th Ave)

Published by Yvette Jain

I’m a yoga and meditation teacher, blogger, wife, and mom of 2 young boys, living in New York City. Parenting can be a purposeful and fulfilling experience, but it has many ups and downs. Here I share my journey of parenting, through a yogic perspective. I am always in search for CALM, strength, balance, flexibility, and joy - on and off the mat. I share the tools I learn along the way with you here. Thank you for visiting my blog!

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