Free Family Event:
Rise and shine with the New York Transit Museum! Children with developmental disabilities or those on the autism spectrum and their families are invited to join us in Downtown Brooklyn for a morning of free family fun. Discover the Museum before we open to the public at 10am and participate in special transit-themed activities led by Transit Museum staff.
During our Special Day let’s discover innovative transportation! Author and musician Michael Hearst will share some of his favorite quirky and unusual vehicles from his album and book Unconventional Vehicles: Forty-Five of the Strangest Cars, Trains, Planes, Submersibles, Dirigibles, and Rockets, and sing some original tunes. Track down transit objects with a Search & Find activity, and design your own innovative vehicle in an art-making workshop. A quiet room will be available for anyone who would like a sensory break.
All ages welcome! Admission to this program is FREE and advance registration is required. After registering you will receive 2 emails: a confirmation email and an email with your e-tickets for the event.
A social narrative will be emailed to registrants in advance of the program for your family to learn more about the activities and what to expect during this event. For more information on Transit Museum accessibility including wheelchair access, please visit nytransitmuseum.org/accessibility. Please email [email protected] with any questions.
LocationNew York Transit Museum, 99 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, United States
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Located in a 1936 decommissioned subway station in Downtown Brooklyn!
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