When and where do the Drop-in Arts and Crafts happen in the museum?
Every Sunday from 1 – 4 pm, the Drop-in Arts and Crafts program takes place in the Activity Center from September through May. On second Sundays Drop-in-Arts begins at noon. The Activity Center for Families is located on the 4th floor just down the hall from the children's exhibition, Archaeology Zone: Discovering Treasures from Playgrounds to Palaces.
What other activities happen on Sundays besides Arts and Crafts?
Storybook Readings at 1:15, Second Sunday dig drop-in and ticketed performances on certain Sundays at 2:00.
What is your stroller policy?
Strollers may not be permitted in the special exhibitions galleries, but umbrella strollers are welcome in the rest of the Museum. A limited number are available for loan from the Coat Room. The museum may limit strollers in certain galleries.
Where are the restrooms with baby changing tables located?
Baby changing tables are located in the 4th Floor women and men's room, and on the B-level women and men's rooms.
Does the café offer a kid's menu?
Lox at Café Weissman offers a kid's menu. Located on the lower level of The Jewish Museum.
Does The Jewish Museum accept Cool Culture Passes?
The Jewish Museum is a partner of Cool Culture, an organization that provides underserved families free access to New York City's museums and other cultural institutions through Cool Culture passes. With a Cool Culture Family Pass, families receive free entry to ninety participating museums, botanical gardens, and zoos. Your Cool Culture Family Pass gives you both free admission to the The Jewish Museum and to all of our family programs that are non-ticketed free programs.