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Thursday, April 2 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

Come meet Curious George at "The Curious Commuter Train Party for Families." George hosts this special party and shares his love of travel and exploring the New York City Subways. Go on a subway safari scavenger hunt; assemble a model train and tinker with electric circuits. Advanced registration required. 6–8 pm.

Friday, April 3 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

Discover the secrets of how current travels along the third rail to power the trains. For all ages. 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2 pm.

Curves are found all around the New York City transit system — in the design of subway stations and tunnels. Children explore the designs and experiment with whirled and twirled materials to get a lesson in curvilinearity. For all ages. 11 am–noon and 1–2 pm.

Children work together to build a giant-sized model of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge while learning about the towers, anchorages, cables and deck that make this suspension bridge an engineering marvel. Suitable for children 5 years and older. 3–3:30 pm.

Saturday, April 4 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 11 am–5 pm.

Children 5 and older learn about the pneumatic subway. Inventor Alfred Ely Beach caused a sensation when he opened his experimental subway in 1870; children learn about his unique design and then use air power to conduct experiments. 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm.

Sunday, April 5 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 11 am–5 pm.

Children 5 and older learn about the pneumatic subway. Inventor Alfred Ely Beach caused a sensation when he opened his experimental subway in 1870; children learn about his unique design and then use air power to conduct experiments. 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm.

Tuesday, April 7 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

Discover the secrets of how current travels along the third rail to power the trains. For all ages. 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2 pm.

Curves are found all around the New York City transit system — in the design of subway stations and tunnels. Children explore the designs and experiment with whirled and twirled materials to get a lesson in curvilinearity. For all ages. 11 am–noon and 1–2 pm.

Children work together to build a giant-sized model of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge while learning about the towers, anchorages, cables and deck that make this suspension bridge an engineering marvel. Suitable for children 5 years and older. 3–3:30 pm.

Wednesday, April 8 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

Discover the secrets of how current travels along the third rail to power the trains. For all ages. 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2 pm.

Curves are found all around the New York City transit system — in the design of subway stations and tunnels. Children explore the designs and experiment with whirled and twirled materials to get a lesson in curvilinearity. For all ages. 11 am–noon and 1–2 pm.

Children work together to build a giant-sized model of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge while learning about the towers, anchorages, cables and deck that make this suspension bridge an engineering marvel. Suitable for children 5 years and older. 3–3:30 pm.

Thursday, April 9 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

Discover the secrets of how current travels along the third rail to power the trains. For all ages. 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2 pm.

Curves are found all around the New York City transit system — in the design of subway stations and tunnels. Children explore the designs and experiment with whirled and twirled materials to get a lesson in curvilinearity. For all ages. 11 am–noon and 1–2 pm.

Children work together to build a giant-sized model of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge while learning about the towers, anchorages, cables and deck that make this suspension bridge an engineering marvel. Suitable for children 5 years and older. 3–3:30 pm.

Friday, April 10 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 10 am–4 pm.

Discover the secrets of how current travels along the third rail to power the trains. For all ages. 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm and 2 pm.

Curves are found all around the New York City transit system — in the design of subway stations and tunnels. Children explore the designs and experiment with whirled and twirled materials to get a lesson in curvilinearity. For all ages. 11 am–noon and 1–2 pm.

Children work together to build a giant-sized model of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge while learning about the towers, anchorages, cables and deck that make this suspension bridge an engineering marvel. Suitable for children 5 years and older. 3–3:30 pm.

Saturday, April 11 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 11 am–5 pm.

Children 5 and older learn about the pneumatic subway. Inventor Alfred Ely Beach caused a sensation when he opened his experimental subway in 1870; children learn about his unique design and then use air power to conduct experiments. 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm.

Sunday, April 12 (See map view)

New York Transit Museum hosts an exhibition celebrating the Verrazano Bridge’s 50th anniversary. Attractions include a timeline of the bridge’s construction, documentation and first-person perspectives of the construction, and notes and sketches from Robert Moses’ office. 11 am–5 pm.

Children 5 and older learn about the pneumatic subway. Inventor Alfred Ely Beach caused a sensation when he opened his experimental subway in 1870; children learn about his unique design and then use air power to conduct experiments. 1:30 pm and 2:15 pm.

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