This is the last week for the Matti Braun interactive exhibit we enjoyed so much. It is worth the subway ride out of the neighborhood. It is on the fifth floor and children must be accompanied by adults and carefully walk across the wooden discs as it is surrounded by water, and I was told many people have fallen in. We walked slow and made it across. The kids even wanted to cross it several times, which was not a problem as there was only a few people in line at any given time.
We also loved their just released Wheel of Intentions located on the first floor. Museum goers can type in their intentions and then spin the wheel to “see” it being sent up towards the ceiling. This reminded me of the luminaries that Brookfield has during the holidays, but the kids still wanted to stay here all day. Good thing this installation just opened and will be there until January 2020.
Date: Now through February 4th
Time: 11:00 am — at least 5:00 pm (closing time varies by day)
Location: 150 West 17th St. (The Rubin Museum of Art)
Age: All ages
Cost: $19/adult, but Free during Family Sundays
FiDi Insiders: If you attend their Free Family Sundays Program Drop-in anytime between 1:00pm — 4:00pm to participate in their crafts and/or tour, you will also get free admission to the Museum!