The Met is the place to be for teens. Check out classes, workshops, and special events designed especially for teens to develop their skills, and connect with art, ideas, and other young people! Program times and topics vary.

Art Explore (Ages 11–14)

Talk with other teens about works of art from around the world while traveling through the galleries. Attend one or all of the monthly sessions.

Teen Studio (Ages 15–18)

Unleash your creativity and experiment with materials in unexpected ways during these art-making workshops in the galleries and studios.

Saturday Sketching (Ages 11–18)

Sketch in the galleries from works of art with the guidance of an artist-instructor. Attend one or all of the monthly sessions.

Career Labs (Ages 15–18)

Thinking about life beyond high school? Explore careers in the arts, hear from Museum professionals and experts, and build your skills in special workshops.

Summer Programs (Ages 11–18)

Join us for in-depth special summer programs that tap into your talents and invite you to explore the Met's collection.

High School Internships

Learn about paid internships for high school juniors and seniors in the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut tristate area.

Past Teen Events

Find out about selected past events for teens at the Met. Don't miss out—join us for regularly scheduled, free interactive events that could only happen here!

Upcoming MetTeens Events

Teen Pass

Enjoy free Museum admission with a Teen Pass and valid middle or high school I.D.

Teen Audio Guide

Want to learn the stories behind the Met's collection? Check out an Audio Guide! Free for NYC high school students.

Program Support

Teen programs are made possible by New York Life Foundation, Stanley R. Stangren, The Enoch Foundation, Beal Family Foundation, Constance Goulandris Foundation, and Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, Inc., and Yolanda Shashaty.

The Teen Pass for Middle and High School Students is made possible by the Estate of Lillian Hirschmann.

Audio Guide sponsored by Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Free Audio Guides for New York City public high school students are made possible by the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.