Allora Cultural Center draws inspiration from the Montessori Approach.

Here, children engage in the Art of Italian Cooking, explore their abilities through sensory activities, express emotions with Process Art, and foster connections in a relaxed and creative environment.

Our small classes, designed by Italian Child Psychologist Stefania Clementi and experienced Educators, provide a nurturing setting tailored to each child’s needs.

We are in a bright and beautiful space that features natural light with a private patio, encouraging diverse forms of exploration and connecting children with nature as a valuable tool for knowledge, awareness, and growth.


On Weekends we offer beautiful and multi-cultural Events where to exchange experiences, tools and ideas while creating a new community. And Pasta Lab Birthday Parties!

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Cooking classes, sensory play, after-schools, events and birthday parties. Choose your experience.

Allora “, Italian word for ” Well…“, in Italy is frequently used to start a conversation. The time has come to start a conversation with Brooklyn, a melting pot of cultures where diversity and bilingualism shape and nurture the curious minds of children and their families everyday.

304 Bond Street, 11231, Gowanus, between Cobble Hill, Carrol Gardens and Park Slope, Brooklyn.