Front Desk: 212.452.9816 l 877.711.MOMS (6667) l 401 East 84th St. 10028 l Mon-Fri: 10-6 Sat Private Bookings, Sun 12-5
M.O.M. is in transition. Our current play space is closed, but we are working hard to bring forth the next-stage development of the museum.
If you would like to join our “Circle of Friends” or “Fundraising Committee” please contact us: MOMmuseum@gmail.com or 877.711.MOMS (6667)
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT (Bellies photo by Erin LaBelle)
Come participate in our newest gallery exhibit, “Story of Mum”, from England.
Sharing experiences from a creative and connective point of view, this interactive exhibit features contemporary voices. Can you answer this question: “I’m a mum, and ……”
Share your story.
The WOMB ROOM is intended as a relaxing meditative environment, suitable for classes, or individual enjoyment:
RealityWorks™ Pregnancy Simulator Vests
Helen Knowles Birth Rites Art
Andrea O’Reilly Reading Room
Listening Center, Massage Chair, Bean Bag Chairs
Mothers Who Have A Soulful Voice, Pregnancy Fashions From Around The World and Meet The Experts Wall Mural; Intern projects from NY High School of Art & Design.
Our generous playspace at M.O.M. is made possible by our partners GYMBOREE. Access clean crawl space and a place for community to gather. We have the sweetest spot in town when it comes to discussing (m)otherhood in a thoughtful, safe environment.
NEW HOURS: 10-6 M-F, Sat; Book Your Private Event, Sun 12-5
Our Global Motherhood wall features the work of Saving Mothers.org and initiatives for safe birth practices and education for mothers in need.
M.O.M. Celebrates The Multicultural Family! Art, Activism, Education and Community are our core values. Find us at 401 East 84th St. (at 1st Ave.). Also look for special events and performances. Pictured here ‘Birth Flag’ by Elizabeth Cole Sheehan & Joy Rose.
Informal mothers groups, caregivers groups and playdates! Safe, clean environment with toys, room to crawl, run and even ride a bike. Bring your brunch, lunch or coffee. Share great conversation while making friends. Your child, age 0 -5 will love it, but we welcome ALL AGES, including school children for storytime under the Apple Tree. Front desk. 212.452.9816
The Museum Of Motherhood is the first and only facility of its kind, celebrating the “her”story of mothers around the world. Join us for classes, workshops, lectures, film screenings & more. See our calendar.
We are a living, breathing arts, media and social change museum, pioneering new areas of academe in ‘Mother Studies’ with ongoing exhibits, programming and conferences. Pictured here multi-media exhibit ’Mother The Job’ by San Francisco artist Alexia Nye Jackson. Visit our library too.
Our exhibits, workshops, events, performances and birthday parties provide a safe and sacred place for singing, dancing, celebrating and sharing stories and experiences. We are inclusive of all and welcome all ages for transformation and healing through community. Rent M.O.M. for your special event. Affordable prices include a helper, tables, chairs and more.
The Museum is a place to gather; baby groups, women and caregivers in conversation, advice, self-expression, nurturing, healing and more. We have a generous play area for children next to our adult lounge area. Come experience M.O.M. today!
Informing & Inspiring Lives! Visit our Open Play Space and Exhibits: 401 E. 84th St. NYC
Save MOM Membership form. 180 families sign up for MOM memberships by March 26th. $699 per month. Download this form and sign up now!
March his "Women's History Month". Help celebrate with us as we explore the wonderful world of women and mothers with new blogs each week.
International Mother's Day Celebration. Anna Jarvis Mother's Day Shrine in Grafton, West Virginia. First celebrated in 1908 and in 1914. Martha Joy Rose keynote; Sun. May 11th, 2014
M.O.M. seeks to raise $5,000,000 and/or find the equivalent in real estate holdings, as the existing lease at 401 E. 84th Street ends on March 31, 2014.
"Silent No More" Exhibit at M.O.M. Come contribute to our growing body of student and community-made art on the subject of silencing.
M.O.M. thanks the Alliance of American Museums, for awarding the MAP grant to us in 2013. We also thank our sponsors Deb Whitefield and Barry Hanson of GYMBOREE