I went to see the exhibit of Dr. Seuss's hats at the Children's Center at 42nd Street, located in the Stephen A. Schwarzman building on Fifth Avenue, known to my children as the "wide library," the other day. My 5-year-old refused to go and it was just as well. The exhibit consisted of one display case with the dozen hats. As I had suspected, it was certainly more interesting to adults than to children! I took a few pictures before being reprimanded and told not to do so. I hadn't seen the tiny sign forbidding it - honest!
The Children's Center itself, however, as I may have mentioned before, contains a beautiful mural of New York City landmarks, including the Schwarzman building itself. Note it is not drawn to scale and landmarks that are next to each other on the mural are not necessarily next to each other in reality. The Children's Center also contains the real stuffed animals upon which the Winnie-the Pooh stories were based, which are also probably of interest to adults more so than to kids.
Have you been to the Children's Center? I want to get around to taking one of the free tours of the Schwarzman building, with its lion motifs throughout.