The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is a contemporary art museum for children rooted in principles of social justice. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect David Adjaye, the Museum opened in October of 2015 as the cultural capstone of the Sugar Hill Project, a multi-use building developed by Broadway Housing Communities (BHC) which includes permanent affordable housing for individuals and families, and the Sugar Hill Museum Preschool.
The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling is uptown Manhattan’s only children’s museum providing a space where children and their families grow and learn about Sugar Hill and the world at large through intergenerational dialogue with artists, art and storytelling. The Museum offers year-round art exhibitions, storytelling series and art-making workshops.
A stimulating, beautiful, and safe environment, the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum is a cultural home for families. It is an oasis for creative exploration and education for three to eight-year-old children as they engage with the arts.
Monday Closed Children ages 0 to 8 FREE
Tuesday Closed Youth ages 9 to 17 $4
Wednesday Closed Seniors (65+) $4
Thursday 10am to 5pm Students (with ID) $4
Friday 10am to 5pm Adults $7
Saturday 10am to 5pm *Free for Sugar Hill Children’s Museum Members.
Sunday 10am to 5pm *Free for Cool Culture card holders.
*Free every third Sunday of the month for Playdate