Visit ancient Egypt, see how many dragons you can find in Asia, and discover games played in ancient Greece and Mesoamerica. Preview the collections
Get fired up during free glassmaking demonstrations at the Perry Glass Studio. See hot glass transformed into beautiful works of art right before your eyes. Each demonstration is about 45 minutes.
To make your visit as seamless and convenient as possible, the Chrysler Museum has a mothering room with a couch and other accessories to help you feel comfortable and at home while taking care of the children. Located off the Theater Lobby.
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This interactive digital experience is great for all ages! Dance on the Colorscape, explore the Artquarium for an up-close look at works from the Chrysler’s collection, or make your own masterpiece on The Studio easels. All works of art in the Wonder Studio are enclosed in glass. That means it’s a worry-free zone for adults.
Look, learn, and create together during fun, interactive programs for kids of all ages and their parents/caregivers. Times and topics vary.
Story readings are back in the galleries! Join us on the first Thursday of the month. Recommended for ages 2–5.
Celebrate art and culture with performances, crafts, gallery activities, music, and more!
At the Studio, we offer a wide variety of classes for all ages and skill sets.
See below for our upcoming events for kids and families.Visit the full calendar
For more information about programs for families, please call 757-333-6221 or email email@example.com
Engage in the galleries with some of these fun questions.
Select a work of art and fill in the blanks below.
- How many _______ can you count in this painting?
- Do you see something in the artwork that starts with the letter _______?
- Pretend this sculpture came to life. What would it do next?
- If you could step into this painting, what would you smell/hear/feel?
- Imagine if this work of art could move. Show me how it would move.
- If you could title this work of art, what would you call it?