What is the Westchester Children's Museum?
We are a light-filled, colorful, vibrant learning space filled with interactive exhibits not found anywhere else in this region. We offer experiences in physics, science, art, technology, design, with places to climb, build, and explore

 Open Wednesdays through Sundays
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Chris Brown Illustrations
On view through August 25, 2017

Our gallery will be filled with fun, funny, and smart cartoons featuring the timely work of Westchester-based illustrator, Christopher Brown. Mr. Brown is best known for his work featured in the Journal News, but has also illustrated books and magazines throughout the country, including the most recent The Furnace Room, by author D.M. Jack.


American Dream Collection: Works by Lynn Mara
On View September 25 - December 2017
Westchester Children’s Museum Art Gallery

Drawing inspiration from the beauty of her natural surroundings and the wide spectrum of American iconography, artist Lynn Mara  captures the vibrancy of the American spirit through her paintings. Her Impressionist style, bright, colorful palate, and distinct subject matter ranging from bold images of the American Flag, energetic equestrian scenes, to sun-bleached landscapes are joyful and accessible for young visitors.

Artist Lynn Mara is the Winner of the Design a Bus Contest for the 40th Anniversary of the Hampton Jitney, her bus can be seen traveling between Long Island and Manhattan. She was also named Winner of the 2017 HAMPTON CLASSIC poster design. The artist is a devoted mother of four sons, and lives and works in Greenwich CT. with her husband Frank.

Artist led workshops (dates TBD) will provide opportunities for children to create their own colorful, American influenced works of art. 


RIGAMAJIG   
Rigamajig is our new large-scale building kit featuring wooden planks, wheels, pulleys, nuts, bolts and rope for hands-on free play and playful STE(A)M learning. There are no right or wrong ways to go; playing and building is the goal!


 

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