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Looking for something to do with the kids in New York City that is fun, exciting, and educational? Look no further – the Intrepid Museum offers family-friendly activities and programs all year long that keep children engaged, entertained, and curious about history and science. Fun rain or shine, the Museum offers both indoor and outdoor interactive exhibits and activities. With so many things to do and see, you’ll never hear "I’m bored," when you climb aboard Intrepid.
 
 
operation slumber   birthday parties   camps
         
   

Sleep overnight on board Intrepid. Great for Scout Groups and families alike!
 
Host your child’s birthday party on board Intrepid, for one of the most unforgettable and unique celebrations around.
 
Check out our exciting camp program, run by the Intrepid Museum’s Education Department. Registration is NOW OPEN for Winter/Spring and Summer sessions!
 
         
         
exploreum hall   scouts   simulators
         
   

The Exploreum Interactive Hall offers 13,000 square feet of interactive exhibition space, designed for kids of all ages.
 
Scout programs and activities are designed to help children earn requirements towards their Badges, Interest Projects, Loops, or Try-Its.
 
Experience the virtual flight zone with three exciting simulators: G-Force Encounter, XD Theater, and the Transporter FX.
 
         
         
education   membership   Family Tour
         
   

Click here to find out more about our weekend Family Programs.”
 
Become a Museum Member and get unlimited free admission to the Intrepid Museum for a year!
 
On this fun, interactive Guided Tour, young visitors and their grown-ups learn about life aboard the ship and how a crew of 3,000 men formed a city at sea.
         
         
         
Intrepid Lego
 

Artist Ed Diment assembled an amazing 22-foot, 550-pound model of Intrepid out of LEGO® bricks. The model Intrepid was crafted out of 250,000 LEGO® bricks, and is nearly 4.5 feet high and 4.5 feet wide. Free with Museum admission.

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LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO® group of companies, which does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse this event.