Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling

898 St. Nicholas Ave.
Manhattan, NY 10032



At Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling, children and their families discover, appreciate and create a world of art and stories. Visitors can meet working artists, play in art-making studios, see significant historical and contemporary artwork and hear stories told in many forms. Located at the intersection of Harlem and Washington Heights, the Museum was designed by renowned architect David Adjaye and offers a window into the diverse art and culture of these legendary neighborhoods.

"Hebrew: Blowing the Qaende Meleket or Shofar" (2002), by Chester Higgins, Jr. Courtesy of the artist.


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