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How do supertall structures stand up to wind, rain, and even earthquakes? They’re also super strong! Architects spend years designing buildings that look beautiful and stand up to the elements. Together, we’ll learn about how skyscrapers are built to be stronger than the weather, then students will take on the role of an architect and construct their own windproof towers! Recommended for ages 6-12. RSVP Required.

This is an in-person program that meets at the Skyscraper Museum, 39 Battery Pl. Masks are required for indoor programs.

You must reserve a place for your child/family by clicking the RSVP button above. This will forward you to Eventbrite for sign-up. After registering, you will receive emails to confirm your attendance through a Google Form. If you do not confirm attendance by the Friday morning before the program, your places will be canceled. Every child should be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Family programs are free! Reservation priority is given to The Skyscraper Museum members. Want to become a member? Fall programs are supported by a Community Partnership with the Battery Park City Authority.

Questions? Email programs@skyscraper.org or call our office 212-945-6324.

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Event Type(s) Family Events
Admission / Cost FREE
Tickets/Booking/RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/...

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The Skyscraper Museum More Info

Address: 39 Battery Place
New York
10280
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Venue URL skyscraper.org/
Venue Instagram @ skyscrapermuseum
Venue Twitter @@SkyMuseum

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The Skyscraper Museum

About Founded in 1996, The Skyscraper Museum is a private, not-for-profit, educational corporation devoted to the study of high-rise building, past, present, and future. Located in New York City, the world's first and foremost vertical metropolis, the museum celebrates the city's rich architectural heritage and examines the historical forces and individuals that have shaped its successive skylines. Through exhibitions, programs, and publications, the museum explores tall buildings as objects of design, products of technology, sites of construction, investments in real estate, and places of work and residence.
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Twitter @@skymuseum

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