Celebrate Halloween at the Whitney Museum of American Art
Kids and families will enjoy fun Halloween activities, including art-making trick-or-treating and more
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Friday, Oct. 28, 4pm
Calling all NYC teens! Enjoy a thrilling Halloween teen night at the Whitney, organized by artist Corin Hewitt and the museum's youth insight leaders, inspired by the exhibition, Time Management Techniques. Come in costume and enjoy live music, dancing, artist-led workshops, a spooky photos and so much more. The event is free, but registration is required.
Magical Masquerade Family Day
Saturday, Oct. 29, 11am-3pm
Little ghosts and goblins love to get creative, so celebrate Halloween with your kids through lots of art-making activities. Complete a mysterious scavenger hunt for a chance to win prizes, make some cool photo-based masks and complete other hands-on family art-making activities throughout the museum. Don't forget to wear your costume and strike a pose in a special Halloween photo booth! Free with admission.
What You Need to Know About Attending Halloween Events at the Whitney Museum of American Art
Where is the Whitney located?
The museum is located at 99 Gansevoort St. in Manhattan's Meatpacking District.
When are the Whitney Museum's Halloween events?
Events run Thursday, Oct. 27-Saturday, Oct. 29
How much are tickets to the events?
Tickets for the New York Haunts Party start at $45. HallowTeen Night is free. The Magical Masquerade Family Day is free with museum admission, which is $25; $18 seniors; free for ages 18 and younger.
For more information, visit whitney.org or follow the museum on Instagram or Facebook.
Main image by Filip Wolak
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