Attractions in West Village
Children’s Museum of the Arts
The Children’s Museum of the Arts allows children from 1 to 15 years of age to get creative. You can find offerings such as pencils, chalk, clay bar, paint and cameras, and even a nice ball pond to play in. Children can also enrol themselves in origami, animation, ceramics and filmmaking classes.
Opened in the year 2010 in West Village, the gallery is a partnership between Mitchell Algus and Amy Greenspoon. Algus works on the Algus Gallery's program and Greenspon develops this in presenting various emerging artists.
This tiny park in West Village is ideal for a ice stroll and is mainly knows for George Segal's life-size sculptures of a lesbian couple, along with painted bronzes cast in the year 1980 including a gay male couple.
Cherry Lane Theatre
Cherry Lane is the longest continuously operating Off Broadway theatre of New York. Located in a landmark building in Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane engages audiences by throwing light on contemporary matters. The theatre serves as a lab for the growth of new American works.