Brooklyn Children's Museum
145 Brooklyn Avenue 
Brooklyn, NY 11213 
(718) 735-4400

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Providing a great variety of interactive exhibitions and programs which draw upon issues relevant to the interests of its visitors, the Brooklyn Children's Museum is a wonderful place for a day with the family and for teachers with their students. This is the world's first museum for young people. Programs and exhibits are based on a remarkable collection of 30,000 cultural artifacts and natural history specimens, live plants and animals, and award-winning exhibitions. 

Workshops and Special Events are offered to families and the general public. Call the Museum for a calendar. 

School Groups from grades Pre-K to 12 can participate in programs that enrich and supplement the New York State curriculum. Some examples of School Programs: The Mysteries of Things for grades 3 - 12 explores cultural artifacts from around the world, unlocking their hidden secrets and teaching the special meanings people give to objects. Night Journeys for grades 2 - 8 introduces the world of sleep and dreams, unveiling the dream experience as seen by various cultures. Ready, Set, Grow! for Pre-K and grade 1 teaches children about nutrition, health, and caring for the earth. 

All programs are tailored to their age groups. They are fun, interesting and, obviously, educational. Groups are limited to 35 students, 25 for Pre-K through grade 1. 

Other programs and resources specific to the interests of local schools are also available. 

Hours: Open Tuesday thru Sunday, 10am - 5pm. Hours change seasonally. Please call for current schedule before visiting or visit the official website, linked above.
$9.00 per person.
Children under 1 FREE.
Discounts available for groups. Call.
Group Reservations: At least 6 weeks in advance advised. Call between 10am and 5pm for an appointment.
Lunch: Park behind Museum available for picnics.
Handicapped Access: Accessible. Also special aids for hearing impaired. Call (718) 735 4402.
Directions: Triboro Bridge to Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) west, into Brooklyn to exit for Atlantic Ave. Take Atlantic Ave. to Brooklyn Ave., turn right and go 4 blocks to museum.

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