Spend an day with Eloise!
Posted on 25 July 2017
The long-anticipated Eloise exhibit at NY Historical Society is now open to the public!
Hillary Knight’s precocious illustrations magnificently adorn the exhibit's walls, making you feel like you stepped right into the Eloise story. Decorated with lots of quirky touches, the interactive exhibit at the New York Historical Society features plenty of fun activities for all ages. By visiting “storytelling corner” or causing a “rawther” rambunctious mess in Eloise’s bubbly “bawthroom,” kids can pretend they are Eloise herself by replicating all her mischievous adventures!
Adults will also appreciate the fully immersive exhibit. With splashes of feisty charm and provocative history in storytelling, including Hillary Knight’s infamously stolen Eloise painting and previously untold details surrounding the controversial Kay Thompson, the exhibit is certain to rekindle memories of childhood wonder and fascination.
Before you leave the exhibit, be sure to grab a souvenir in the form of YOTTOY plush! Our Eloise, Weenie and Skipperdee plush & doll companions are a perfect way to hold onto the magic experienced at the New York Historical Society.
When: Running now through October 9, 2017
Where: The New York Historical Society (170 Central Park West at Richard Gilder Way (77th Street), New York NY 10024)
Ticket prices vary; free for kids 4 and under. For more info, click here.