Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park

May 3–6, 2018

Child Tickets

All children need to present a Child Ticket at the door to gain entry to the fair. Book here.

Child 12 & under: free with a child ticket
Child 13-17-years old: $27 + fee
As a safety precaution, all children aged 12 and under must pick up a wristband at the ticket office to gain entry to the fair.

Child 12 & under: free with a child admission ticket
Child 13-17-years old: Ferry: $19 + fee / Bus: $8 + fee

Please keep your children close to you at all times and explain that they are not allowed to touch the art. The fair booths and halls should be treated like a museum environment. This is to protect the art objects from getting damaged, even the natural oils on our fingers are harmful. Please be aware that you are responsible if your child damages a work of art at the fair.

Helpful tips for children

  • Please do not touch the artwork. Use your eyes! A safe distance stay is at least six feet (two meters) away from artworks.
  • There is no shouting or screaming, please be aware of your voice.
  • There is no running or jumping, please be aware of your body.
  • Please stay with your parents at all times.
  • Food and beverage must stay within the dining areas. Eating and drinking is not allowed near the artworks.
  • Pick up an Art Passport from the information desk and discover galleries from around the world.
  • Feel free to ask questions and have a great time!

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