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Friday, Dec. 19 (See map view)

The celebrated Big Apple Circus Band, under the baton of maestro Rob Slowik, provides the lively musical soundtrack, and magnificent Ringmaster John Kennedy Kane will summon the spirits of the circus universe to immerse the audience in the wonder, the joy and the astounding magic of Metamorphosis!

An annual tradition, the delightfully decorated Origami Holiday Tree has marked the start of the holiday season at the Museum for decades. The theme of this year’s 13-foot-tree is “Night at the Museum,” inspired by American Museum of Natural History sleepovers and tours featuring places, artifacts, characters, and real exhibits behind the delightful movies of the same name.

Highlights of this world-renowned holiday production include a one-ton Christmas tree that grows from 12 to 40 feet, an onstage snowstorm, and hundreds of elaborate costumes, including one for Mother Ginger that measures nine feet wide and weighs 85 pounds. The production’s grand finale involves one million watts of lighting, the most used in any New York City Ballet production.

The celebrated Big Apple Circus Band, under the baton of maestro Rob Slowik, provides the lively musical soundtrack, and magnificent Ringmaster John Kennedy Kane will summon the spirits of the circus universe to immerse the audience in the wonder, the joy and the astounding magic of Metamorphosis!

Exhibition of rarely-seen handmade cards created by twentieth-century artists for their friends and family. Drawn from the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, the exhibition includes nearly sixty seasonal cards made by such important artists as Helen Frankenthaler, Milton Avery, Alexander Calder, Ad Reinhardt, Philip Guston, and Saul Steinberg.

An annual tradition, the delightfully decorated Origami Holiday Tree has marked the start of the holiday season at the Museum for decades. The theme of this year’s 13-foot-tree is “Night at the Museum,” inspired by American Museum of Natural History sleepovers and tours featuring places, artifacts, characters, and real exhibits behind the delightful movies of the same name.

In the annual favorite, ‘Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter’, up to 500 live, free-flying tropical butterflies from the Americas, Africa, and Asia are housed in a vivarium that approximates their natural habitat, includes live flowering plants that serve as nectar sources, and features controlled artificial light, temperature, and humidity.

This exhibition gives Sesame Street fans of all ages the opportunity to experience what it’s like to create an episode of the show and get close to their fuzzy and furry friends from the street. See behind the scenes footage, animation cells, blueprints, and an architectural model of the set from the early 1990s.

In this new exhibition, words are given visual form. Letters, words, or phrases are transcribed, visualized, verbalized, symbolized, morphed into patterns, scrambled, or even erased.

Witness the holiday transformation with the installation of a spectacular exhibit of treasures from the renowned Jerni Collection of model trains, scenic elements and toys. The display appeals to all ages, showcasing the beauty and allure of toys from a bygone era.

In the annual favorite, ‘Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter’, up to 500 live, free-flying tropical butterflies from the Americas, Africa, and Asia are housed in a vivarium that approximates their natural habitat, includes live flowering plants that serve as nectar sources, and features controlled artificial light, temperature, and humidity.

The world-record setting 1 1/2 ton, 300-square-foot village returns to Queens. Special gingerbread house workshop held Dec. 28.

Lionel continues its tradition of capturing hearts and imaginations this holiday season, with Metro-North, New York Central and subway trains departing from a miniature Grand Central Terminal on a 34’ long two level “O” gauge model train layout. Vintage Lionel trains from the Museum’s collection and 1930s Lionel advertisements will also be on display. 8 am–8 pm.

Children are encouraged to explore science through slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, sand boxes, and more, weather permitting. 9:30 am–5 pm.

Enjoy a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and give your toddler an opportunity to embrace the festive feeling of Shabbat with songs, stories, challah and snacks. 9:30–10:15 am OR 10:45–11:30 am.

Golfers of all ages can learn about key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more! 9:30 am–5 pm.

Fans of all ages will be immersed in this experience that brings them deep into the world of Marvel’s The Avengers. 10 am–9 pm.

Marvel at creative culinary constructions of gumdrops, candy, icing and gingerbread. 10 am–4 pm.

Come join in for a special event celebrating the one-year anniversary of the library . For all ages. 10 am–4 pm.

Enjoy Van Cortlandt House decked out in its holiday finery for Saint Nicholas Day, New Year’s Day and Twelfth Night. 10 am–3 pm.

The new exhibit at the museum provides young scientists the opportunity to explore innovations in biology, health, robotics, and technology. 10 am–5 pm.

The annual tradition is open again. Model trains are enlivened amid the glow of twinkling lights in Victorian style glasshouses featuring replicas of New York landmarks crafted of natural materials by designer Paul Busse’s team. Closed Thanksgiving day and Christmas Day. 10 am–6 pm.

Presented by Enrichment through the Arts, the perennial story of redemption based on the classic story. 10 am and 11:30 am.

The holiday sing-a-long, story and music by Sandra Robbins, tells the story of Big Annie, a Creole flatboat captain and her animal friends. She pulls a boatload of toys through a terrible storm to deliver to children on Christmas eve. Children celebrate Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa and the Three Kings Day. Presented by the Shadow Box Theatre. 10:30 am.

This variety show that celebrates the holiday season in song, dance and puppetry. This production quickly becomes a comedy of errors when Baby Bear invites Santa to star in Mama and Papa Bear’s annual holiday show. 10:30 am & noon.

This variety show that celebrates the holiday season in song, dance and puppetry. This production quickly becomes a comedy of errors when Baby Bear invites Santa to star in Mama and Papa Bear’s annual holiday show. 10:30 am & noon.

The Messiah’s dazzling solos, fireworks instrumental passages, and some of the most glorious choral writing of all time have given it nearly ritual status and made it the undisputed favorite of the holidays throughout the world. 11 am.

Children birth to 36 months old with a caregiver listen to stories, do interactive activities, and join with other babies and toddlers. 11 am– noon.

In this 3D movie, travel to the Galapagos archipelago to meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt from their noses, hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies, and swim with tiny penguins. 11 am & 2 pm.

From clockwork imps to mice dressed in polka dots and dancers dancing with huge chopsticks, this timeless, re-imagined classic bursts with energy and excitement. 1 pm and 6 pm.

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