The Museum of Modern Art in New York City has announced a full slate of programs this winter season, welcoming families to connect with art and ideas in the Museum and at home.

From gallery talks to online resources, kids’ audio to activity guides, hands-on art making to a new Mamava pod, MoMA offers many ways to support kids and parents as they learn, explore, and spark creativity together.

MoMA offers free admission to visitors ages 16 and under every day. The Heyman Family Art Lab is now open seven days a week, offering an interactive drop-in space where kids and adults experiment, play, and create as they explore the ideas, tools, and techniques of modern and contemporary art. In the current installation, Art Lab: Line, Shape, Color, kids and adults can draw, work with wire, design emoji, engage in light-box play, and more.

On November 12, a new series of Family Gallery Talks will launch for this winter season. Registration for this free program takes place online, and the public may call (212) 708-9805, or email with questions. Each month a new theme is introduced, as kids and adults discover art together through engaging discussions and activities.

For more information on planning a visit with kids and families, the Museum’s website offers a complete list of resources here