Kids can explore interactive exhibits at the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City

It’s a fun family getaway at the Long Island Children’s Museum on this Road Trip Close to Home.
Most of the museum in Garden City is open. Kids of all ages can use their imaginations in the interactive exhibits.
“We are open and welcoming our visitors to come and explore. We have electromagnetic sprayers, we spray down areas every 45 minutes. We also clean surfaces throughout the day after each touch so visitors can feel safe and welcome," says museum worker Audrey O'Malley.
Families can learn all about animals and make some music in the sound showers gallery. They can also have fun with bubbles.
The museum changed its Keva Building area, where you can now get your own sanitized box of blocks and a socially distant square to build in.
The Tot Spot is a place for your toddlers to play, climb, slide and run!
Visit the Communication Station featuring everything from Morse Code to modern day movies.
The museum has extended hours this week. It is open at 25% capacity, and recommends purchasing tickets prior to your visit.