Snowflake Sock Skating
Slide into the snowy season at LICM as you slip on “sock skates” and take a spin on our indoor rink.
Inspired By… Works by Cheryl Kessler
Cheryl makes art that tells stories – real or imagined – through texture, color and composition with materials that would otherwise end up in the recycling bin.
Join us for a journey through the history of lantern making, exploring traditional lanterns and modern lantern light sculptures.
This outdoor sensory garden inviting exploration of natural elements, the weather and the water cycle, encourages everyone to step outside the comfort of plugged-in lives to our messy, wondrous world.
A summer of making, viewing and talking about indigenous art and stories with artists from the Shinnecock Nation.
The Pigeon Comes to Long Island! A Mo Willems Exhibit
Step into activities pulled directly from the pages of Mo Willems' books, make art inspired by his work, engage in dramatic play and learn about the rich social and emotional lives of the author’s characters.
Slow Down! Explore… A Journey to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and Antarctica
Slow down your pace as you uncover your inner explorer!
Age of the Dinosaurs
Journey back to the Mesozoic era to meet moving, roaring dinosaurs.
After Nature - Julie Peppito
A Community of Artists Series
Mixed media artist Cecile Chong returns to LICM
Water, Plants, and Insects – Janet Fredericks
A Community of Artists Series
Slip and Slide Sock Skating
Toss off your shoes and get ready to spin and glide around the “ice” at Long Island Children’s Museum!
A sweet tooth lover's dream returns to LICM. Enjoy a feast for the eyes when this sweet culinary construction takes up residence.
The Art of Ernani Silva: Earth, Food and Music
A Community of Artist series
Portraits by Many Hands
Works of art by more than 30 Long Island and NYC artists ages 3 to 80 were paired to ignite dialogue about subject matter, techniques and materials used.
Roar into a kid-sized motorcycle dealership and engineering lab in this one-of-a-kind visitor experience that lets kids—and adults—Dream It! Build It!...and Ride It!
TINKERTOY®: Build Your Imagination™
What better way to celebrate LICM’s 25th birthday than with an exhibit highlighting innovation, collaboration and play! (Do those attributes sound like a Children’s Museum you know?)
Create crazy hybrid creatures in this artist-led exhibition that changes every day … because of you!
Dragons & Fairies
Explore modern day life in Viet Nam through the lens of centuries-old folktales.
Loops & Hoops
Explore the science behind thrill rides!
Blue Man Group - Making Waves
Visitors took a multi-sensory exploration of sound and light with the dynamic Blue Men as virtual guides.
The Art of Andy Warhol
Visitors explored the silkscreen process from beginning to end, and learned about a leading figure of the “Pop-Art” movement.
Tanya Butler Holder
“Sesheta Weaves Rainbows” explored symbolism through color in wearable works of art. Uncover the process and view finished pieces of beading and weaving.
Her installation came to life on the KaleidoZone wall through a week-long process. Visitors watched the live action of the artist creating "Walking after Midnight."
"Don’t Play with your Food!" challenged the rule to never play with what we eat as Artist and Art Educator Julianne Zegers sculpted food to look like group portraits and landscapes, then turned them into oil paintings and monotypes.
KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature
We tested immaturity skills and sharpened our understanding of complex ideas. Stop acting silly? Not in this exhibit.
Javaka Steptoe: Radiant Child
Artist and illustrator Javaka Steptoe tells the story of an artist who has inspired him, Jean-Michel Basquiat, in this exhibition.
Dedicated to de Kooning
Children and teens created art influenced by the life and work of Willem de Kooning. A year of LICM educator-led workshops out in the community and here at LICM guided young artists as they layered on the imagination!
Throw on your pattern cape, pick up your magic wand and get ready to fall under the spell of... PATTERNS.
Korea in the Artist’s Voice
Artists with ties to Korea share a range of styles and mediums in this exhibit complementing our “Heart & Seoul” exhibit.
Heart and Seoul: Growing Up in Korea
Five modern-day Korean kids share their lives and interests--from K-Pop and cuisine to technology and sports in this new cultural exhibit.
Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice™
Travel back in time to when dinosaurs last roamed the earth!
Social Justice Revisited and Bountiful Harvest
Betty LaDuke's vibrant colors and irregular forms in her murals, paintings and drawings reflect the interesting stories of those she champions.
Make some noise as you discover the awesome power of the sound that surrounds us.
From Here to There
Lift, launch and levitate as you encounter the laws of motion in action through familiar and futuristic transportation vehicles.