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Monthly arts workshops and other citywide events happen regularly throughout the year. These events were conceived so that children with disabilities, their parents and siblings, can reap the rewards of live music and varying arts in a low key and understanding atmosphere.

Events change month-to-month, check back soon to RSVP for your favorites.

NY Transit Museum's Special Day, 2015

NY Transit Museum's Special Day, 2015

Queens Farm Day, November 2018

Queens Farm Day, November 2018

Ice Skating with The Crew, February 2019

Ice Skating with The Crew, February 2019


Special Day for Special Kids at the New York Transit Museum

presented by Extreme Kids & Crew and the New York Transit Museum.

Rise and shine then come to the New York Transit Museum with the whole family! Children with disabilities and their families are invited to join us in Downtown Brooklyn for a morning of free family fun. Discover the Museum one hour before they open to the public and participate in special transit-themed activities led by Museum Educators and Extreme Kids & Crew.

For this Special Day for Special Kids our theme is Build & Construct! Activities include art-making, music, and hands-on experiences. Light snacks will be offered, and a chill-out room will be available for anyone who’d like a break.

Location: The New York Transit Museum is located in a historic subway station on the corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn.

TheTransit Museum has two flights of stairs to the lobby and one flight of stairs to the platform. The Museum is wheelchair accessible via a lift that must be operated by staff. Call 718-694-1600 or email to make arrangements for using the lift.

Cost: Free

Pumpkin Patch Picnic

Families can explore the farm, escape the corn maze, go on a hayride, feed the animals, and even take home a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch.

The Queens County Farm Museum is located on 47 acres of the New York City neighborhoods of Floral Park and Glen Oaks in Queens. This historic farm occupies the city's largest remaining tract of undisturbed farmland, and is still a working farm today.

Location: Queens County Farm Museum
73-50 Little Neck Pkwy, Queens, NY 11004


Contact Program Manager, Christian Peralta at or call us Monday-Friday, 10:00am-6:00pm.