For years Children’s Museum of Manhattan has created visionary experiences in a building challenged by space restrictions, structural impediments, and rent regulations. Space for visitor amenities is lacking and the Museum is limited in the number of people it can serve. It was announced that in late December, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan purchased 361 Central Park West as the site of our future home. The new site is a vast and airy space that, when complete, will reflect the curiosity, excitement and fun of CMOM. It serves more than 750,000 visitors a year.