Children's Museum of Manhattan
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Children's Museum of Manhattan information
This small museum features interactive exhibits scaled down for the little ones. This includes toddler discovery programs and exhibits that stimulate play, such as operating a giant heart with a pedal or tumbling around a set with Dora the Explorer elements. It’s not very exciting for the big kids, but it can be a rainy-day saver if you’re traveling with antsy toddlers.