Brooklyn Children's Museum

Brooklyn Children's Museum Founded in 1899 as the world’s first children’s museum, Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) is New York City’s largest cultural institution designed especially for families.
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Brooklyn Children's Museum, the world's first children's museum and the first and only "green" museum in New York City, has been offering educational and fun experiences to families for over 120 years. As an international model for museum and community programs, Brooklyn Children's Museum offers interactive learning adventures through hands-on exhibitions, multicultural performances, creative workshops and an extensive collection of cultural artifacts and natural science specimens. Situated in the heart of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, with beautiful Brower Park as its backyard, Brooklyn Children's Museum welcomes over 300,000 visitors a year and reaches another 500,000 annually through its national touring exhibitions.

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Join us tomorrow during Pay-What-You-Wish hours to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim and make a basket like this one...
02/25/2021

Join us tomorrow during Pay-What-You-Wish hours to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim and make a basket like this one in our ColorLab art studio! On this holiday, people give gifts to neighbors and friends, dress in costume, and eat hamentashen, three-cornered cookies.

For this week's BCM+You activity, we're using simple weaving techniques to transform everyday paper into a container that can be used. Create a basket to hold your own treasures, or fill it with gifts or a card with warm wishes to someone special. Brighten the day of someone you care about with this basket of thanks!

We're celebrating Purim this Thursday at BCM! Come dressed up in costume and celebrate with mask-making and three-corner...
02/23/2021

We're celebrating Purim this Thursday at BCM! Come dressed up in costume and celebrate with mask-making and three-cornered hamentashen cookies for all! Tickets at www.brooklynkids.org/tickets#purim 🥰

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Pay-What-You-Wish hours are made possible by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.

As we look ahead during this year's Black Future Festival, we want to look back and share an era of the Museum's history...
02/20/2021

As we look ahead during this year's Black Future Festival, we want to look back and share an era of the Museum's history, an undertaking called "MUSE," also known as the Bedford Lincoln Neighborhood Museum.

In 1967, Brooklyn Children’s Museum was renovated and temporarily relocated to 1530 Bedford Avenue in Crown Heights called MUSE. MUSE was intended as a pilot project toward a city-wide trend of smaller community-based museums and was funded by private foundations and the New York State Council on the Arts. Brooklyn Children’s Museum would oversee the MUSE during its first several years, until returning to the newly built museum building, at which point MUSE would be stewarded by the local community.

MUSE contained all the facilities necessary for BCM to continue and expand upon its work, including exhibitions space, a library, arts and science labs and a planetarium. A unique initiative of MUSE was its engagement of local artists in planning and programming, which was focused on Black culture. Free jazz, theatre, and fine arts workshops were offered and led by members of the community. The museum also provided space and a platform for Brooklyn-based artists and performers to exhibit their work.

When Brooklyn Children’s Museum moved into its new building in 1974, MUSE struggled. It was re-branded “The New Muse” and alternative locations for the museum were explored, but financial troubles finally forced the much-loved institution to close in 1988.

The legacy of MUSE lives on at BCM! Join us in our ColorLab Art studio, a space rooted in the creative works and cultures of Black artists in Brooklyn and around the world, for hands-on art-making and a Community Futures Time Capsule activity as we celebrate Black Future Festival!

Photos:
1.) The front of MUSE, 1530 Bedford Avenue
2.) 1974 Dance Workshop lead by Shirley Edwards
3.) 1974 Jazz Workshop lead by Fred Simmons
4.) 1972 Melodica Workshop lead by Bill Bar
5.) History of Jazz Exhibit
6.) 1974 Dance Recital

Busy week ahead! Along with this weekend's Black Future Festival, we're also gearing up to celebrate Purim next Thursday...
02/18/2021

Busy week ahead! Along with this weekend's Black Future Festival, we're also gearing up to celebrate Purim next Thursday at BCM! Come in costume and celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim with mask-making and three-cornered hamentashen cookies! Tickets at www.brooklynkids.org/tickets#purim 🥰

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Pay-What-You-Wish hours are made possible by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.

Lunar New Year 2021 was incredible - especially the lion dance performances on our roof by the Chinatown Community Young...
02/17/2021

Lunar New Year 2021 was incredible - especially the lion dance performances on our roof by the Chinatown Community Young Lions (青年)! If you missed it, join us this Saturday & Sunday for Black Future Festival, a weekend of reflection and future-forward fun inspired by the national celebration of peoples of the African Diaspora and Black History Month! Both days feature futuristic art-making as well as interactive dance performances by ASE Dance Theatre Collective. Tickets at www.brooklynkids.org/tickets 🥰

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Cultural festivals at Brooklyn Children's Museum are made possible by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Tiger Baron Foundation, MetLife Foundation, the NYS Council on the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.

We’re open today! Join us during our AM Session (10am-1pm) or PM Session (2pm-5pm) and keep the spirit of play going dur...
02/15/2021

We’re open today! Join us during our AM Session (10am-1pm) or PM Session (2pm-5pm) and keep the spirit of play going during the school break! Tickets at www.brooklynkids.org/tickets 🥰

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School holiday programs at Brooklyn Children's Museum are made possible by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council, and by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

Happy Lunar New Year! Visit today (we're open!!) and make ox puppets and paper lanterns in our ColorLab art studio. And ...
02/12/2021

Happy Lunar New Year! Visit today (we're open!!) and make ox puppets and paper lanterns in our ColorLab art studio. And join us tomorrow to celebrate the Year of the Ox with art-making and performances by the Chinatown Community Young Lions (青年), who will perform a traditional lion dance on our rooftop!

This unique lantern made out of Lunar New Year greeting cards can be found on display in the World Journal Bookstore, one of the storefronts that make up BCM's iconic World Brooklyn exhibit. This object was purchased in 2006 from the actual World Journal Bookstore, located at 6007 8th Ave in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and assembled at BCM by Ginny Jing. The cards offer New Year's messages of good luck, greetings, and wishes for the coming year.

Visit today and tomorrow and celebrate Lunar New Year at BCM! Tickets at www.brooklynkids.org/tickets

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Cultural festivals at Brooklyn Children's Museum are made possible by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Tiger Baron Foundation, MetLife Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the New York City Council.

Create a dramatic collage at home with textures and designs made from metallic and shiny materials on a black background...
02/11/2021

Create a dramatic collage at home with textures and designs made from metallic and shiny materials on a black background! This week's BCM+You is inspired by British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor, a conceptual artist, sculptor, and painter. Viktor combines patterns in gold leaf against black backgrounds and a palette of blue, black, and white. She calls these artworks “Light works.”

Viktor’s work will inspire us for the month of February in ColorLab, BCM’s art studio. Join us for a weekend workshop or during Thursday's drop-in hours to create a reflection collage of your own!

Sat, Feb 20 & Sun, Feb 21 is Black Future Festival at BCM: join us for a weekend of reflection and future-forward fun in...
02/08/2021

Sat, Feb 20 & Sun, Feb 21 is Black Future Festival at BCM: join us for a weekend of reflection and future-forward fun inspired by the national celebration of peoples of the African Diaspora and Black History Month!

Dance, hear stories, make art and more! ASE Dance Theatre Collective will be sharing an interactive dance performance to spark the creative possibilities of a brighter future. In our ColorLab art studio, we’ll be making future goggles and creating a community time capsule to record our future dreams and hopes.

Learn more about the Black visionaries who help shape a bright future for us all! Tickets available online at www.brooklynkids.org/tickets

Our Lunar New Year celebration is less than one week away! Visit Saturday, Feb 13 and celebrate the Year of the Ox at BC...
02/08/2021

Our Lunar New Year celebration is less than one week away! Visit Saturday, Feb 13 and celebrate the Year of the Ox at BCM. Make ox puppets and paper lanterns in our ColorLab family art studio, and watch as the Chinatown Community Young Lions (青年) perform a traditional lion dance on our rooftop terrace.

Tickets are online! Go to www.brooklynkids.org/tickets and choose a session time: AM (10am-1pm), or PM (2pm-5pm). Please note the Museum is closed for cleaning between 1pm-2pm. Masks must be worn at all times upon entering the Museum by everyone ages three and up.

Tomorrow is the start of our new weekend hours! Visit Saturday & Sunday during one of our AM / PM Play Session times: AM...
02/05/2021

Tomorrow is the start of our new weekend hours! Visit Saturday & Sunday during one of our AM / PM Play Session times: AM Sessions are from 10am-1pm, and PM Sessions are from 2pm-5pm.

Please note we're ✨closed✨ between 1pm-2pm for cleaning. Masks must be worn at all times by all visitors 3 years old and older, and tickets must be reserved online: https://www.brooklynkids.org/tickets/

Tomorrow marks the start of our new improved schedule! Join us Thursday between 2pm-5pm for our extended Pay-What-You-Wi...
02/03/2021

Tomorrow marks the start of our new improved schedule! Join us Thursday between 2pm-5pm for our extended Pay-What-You-Wish hours. Tickets must still be reserved ahead of time online - for tickets, visit our website, link in bio!

Our friends from The Little Orchestra Society will also be here tomorrow, leading an interactive musical workshop that explores the music of different cultures around the world. Tomorrow's LOS workshops will take place at 2:30pm & 3:30pm and accommodate up to 30 participants on a first-come, first served basis.

Big news - we have new hours starting this month!! Change #1: we're continuing our reopening by expanding our regular we...
02/02/2021
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Big news - we have new hours starting this month!! Change #1: we're continuing our reopening by expanding our regular weekly schedule by one additional day. Starting Feb 4, BCM is open ✨every Thursday afternoon✨ between 2pm-5pm for Pay-What-You-Wish Museum hours!

Change #2: Saturdays and Sundays are moving to an AM/PM session structure. Beginning this weekend, morning sessions will take place between 10am-1pm, and afternoon sessions between 2pm-5pm. The Museum will be closed between 1pm-2pm for deep cleaning.

More days - longer sessions - more Pay-What-You-Wish hours - and an easy-to-remember AM/PM schedule. It's going to be a great month! Join us in February on Thursdays, weekends, or during the midwinter break 🥰

There are two types of tickets to BCM: Play Sessions and ColorLab Sessions. Play Sessions allow families to explore BCM’s signature exhibits including World Brooklyn, Neighborhood Nature, Totally Tots, Collections Central and The Nest. ColorLab Sessions are art-making workshops in the Museum’s a...

Celebrate the Lunar New Year at BCM on Saturday, February 13! It's about to be the Year of the Ox 🐂 – help us usher it i...
01/30/2021
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Celebrate the Lunar New Year at BCM on Saturday, February 13! It's about to be the Year of the Ox 🐂 – help us usher it in with a fun ox puppet making activity in our ColorLab art studio!

Plus we're extra excited for the Chinatown Community Young Lions to be joining us again this year! They'll be teaching some of the traditions of Lunar New Year, before culminating with a lion dance parade around the Museum's rooftop!

Tickets are available online at https://linktr.ee/bcmkids!

There are two types of tickets to BCM: Play Sessions and ColorLab Sessions. Play Sessions allow families to explore BCM’s signature exhibits including World Brooklyn, Neighborhood Nature, Totally Tots, Collections Central and The Nest. ColorLab Sessions are art-making workshops in the Museum’s a...

Create your own family story quilt in today's BCM+You activity, inspired by the work of artist Faith Ringgold! Using fab...
01/24/2021

Create your own family story quilt in today's BCM+You activity, inspired by the work of artist Faith Ringgold! Using fabric, crayons, and ribbons, make a quilt square that takes inspiration from a place or event that's a part of your family's story.

Faith Ringgold is a painter, write, sculptor, performance artist, and teacher, especially known for her story quilts. Her work will continue to inspire us throughout January in ColorLab, BCM's art studio. Join us to create your own story quilt!

What stories will your quilt record? Share with us - tag us and use #bcmandyou 🥰

This photo was taken in May 1968 at Brooklyn Children's Museum's former satellite space, "MUSE," in Bedford-Stuyvesant. ...
01/18/2021

This photo was taken in May 1968 at Brooklyn Children's Museum's former satellite space, "MUSE," in Bedford-Stuyvesant. After Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated in April of that year, the Museum displayed photographs of King in the window, both to mourn his death and honor his life. In the photograph, a group of school children from P.S 138, who had visited the Museum on a class trip, pose in front of the memorial display.

Brooklyn Children's Museum honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King, and of all the civil rights leaders, elders, and protesters who laid the foundations for today’s activists. We honor the children in this photograph, and all children and their inalienable right to freedom, joy, and justice.

MLK Day at BCM is tomorrow, and tickets are still available for 12:30pm & 3pm! Joining us is Nehprii Amenii whose shadow...
01/17/2021

MLK Day at BCM is tomorrow, and tickets are still available for 12:30pm & 3pm! Joining us is Nehprii Amenii whose shadow puppet performance last year (pictured) was the highlight of the day - don't miss it!

Visit tomorrow for shadow puppetry, community art-making, and a Repair the World Brooklyn-led volunteer workshop! Get tickets at https://www.brooklynkids.org/tickets/ 🥰

In Brooklyn, we are fortunate to have elected officials like Senator Chuck Schumer who stand firm for our citizens, our ...
01/14/2021

In Brooklyn, we are fortunate to have elected officials like Senator Chuck Schumer who stand firm for our citizens, our borough, and our democracy.

We are deeply grateful to Senator Chuck Schumer for leading the charge on the most recent federal stimulus package, which included $15 billion in support of cultural institutions like Brooklyn Children’s Museum. His work, along with Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, Congressman Hakeem Jeffries, Congressman Jerry Nadler, and Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, provides crucial support for our institutions, our staffs, and the artists and performers who fill our spaces with their creative energy.

This week we're asking our families to join us in thanking our Brooklyn Senators and Congresspeople. Visit our website at https://www.brooklynkids.org/bcm-and-you/ to learn how - check out our Guide to Brooklyn Elected Officials and download the "Thank You from a #BrooklynKid" letter template. This one-page visual and written note can be filled out by you and your child together. We’ve included some prompts for you to help your child think about what they might write.

THANK YOU ALL for supporting culture and the arts in Brooklyn and across all of New York!

Celebrate MLK Day at BCM on Monday, Jan 18! Each MLK Session features two service workshops led by our friends at Repair...
01/13/2021

Celebrate MLK Day at BCM on Monday, Jan 18! Each MLK Session features two service workshops led by our friends at Repair the World Brooklyn - together we'll be packing winter warmth packages for people in need. Join us and learn about social justice and volunteering through community service!

Repair the World will also be at the Museum leading service workshops on the Sunday before MLK Day, during the 10am, 12:30pm, and 3pm Play Sessions. Follow the link in our bio for tickets for Sunday's Play Sessions and Monday's MLK Sessions - after purchasing your tickets, you'll receive an email with a link to register for Repair the World's workshop. Capacity is limited so don't wait!

MLK Day is only 10 days away! Celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. at BCM on Mon...
01/08/2021

MLK Day is only 10 days away! Celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. at BCM on Monday, January 18.

Explore shadow puppets with Nehprii Amenii and create community art in our ColorLab art studio. Plus, join Repair the World Brooklyn for an MLK Day service session to learn about volunteering and package PPE for the KINGS BAY Y.

Tickets at https://linktr.ee/bcmkids. MLK Sessions are 2 hours long, beginning at 10am, 12:30pm, and 3pm. Tickets must be reserved in advance online.

Celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. at BCM on Monday, January 18!Learn freedom ...
01/05/2021
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Celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. at BCM on Monday, January 18!

Learn freedom songs with singer imani uzuri, explore shadow puppets with Nehprii Amenii, and create community art in our ColorLab art studio. Plus, join Repair the World Brooklyn for an MLK Day service session to learn about volunteering and package PPE for the KINGS BAY Y.

Tickets at https://linktr.ee/bcmkids. MLK Sessions are 2 hours long, beginning at 10am, 12:30pm, and 3pm. Tickets must be reserved in advance online.

There are two types of tickets to BCM: Play Sessions and ColorLab Sessions. Play Sessions allow families to explore BCM’s signature exhibits including World Brooklyn, Neighborhood Nature, Totally Tots, Collections Central and The Nest. ColorLab Sessions are art-making workshops in the Museum’s a...

Happy New Year! We're open every weekend this month, including on MLK Day, Monday, January 18. Let's make the most of 20...
01/02/2021
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Happy New Year! We're open every weekend this month, including on MLK Day, Monday, January 18. Let's make the most of 2021! 🥳🥰

There are two types of tickets to BCM: Play Sessions and ColorLab Sessions. Play Sessions allow families to explore BCM’s signature exhibits including World Brooklyn, Neighborhood Nature, Totally Tots, Collections Central and The Nest. ColorLab Sessions are art-making workshops in the Museum’s a...

Happy Kwanzaa! Kwanzaa is an annual African-American holiday celebrated from December 26 through January 1. During Kwanz...
12/31/2020

Happy Kwanzaa!

Kwanzaa is an annual African-American holiday celebrated from December 26 through January 1. During Kwanzaa, candles are placed in a special candleholder called the Kinara. The above photo is a Kinara from our collection, from the 1990s. There are seven candles, called the Mishumaa Saba, placed in it. The colors of the candles are red, green, and black which are the colors of the Bendera, the African Flag. Each day during Kwanzaa celebrates a different principle, or Nguzo Saba, and a new candle is lit.

Today is the 5th day of Kwanzaa, celebrating the principle of Nia (NEE-ah), which means “Purpose.” Nia encourages us to reflect on our personal goals and collective impact, and how our actions benefit our communities and the greater good.

What is your purpose - today, in six months, or a year from now?

How can your purpose contribute to the greater good of shared community?

We're open this week Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday!! Play Sessions have been extended to 2 hours long and begin at 10am, 1...
12/28/2020

We're open this week Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday!! Play Sessions have been extended to 2 hours long and begin at 10am, 12:30pm & 3pm (no 5pm session). ColorLab Sessions are two hours long too - the first hour is 3D collage-making in the ColorLab Art Studio, followed by one hour of free play in the Museum.

Keep the holiday spirit of play going during the school break! Get tickets at https://linktr.ee/bcmkids 🥰

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145 Brooklyn Avenue (At St Marks Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY
11213

Subway: 3 to Kingston A/C to Nostrand C to Kingston/Throop Bus: B43/B44 to St. Marks Avenue B25/B45/B65 to Brooklyn Avenue LIRR: To Nostrand Avenue

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 19:00

Telephone

(718) 735-4400

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Hey! I have 1 adult and 1 children’s ticket available for free if anyone needs them. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to make it. Hopefully I can brighten up another kids day. Let me know and I’ll email them over!
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I was reading that you use captive animals for display. Why? What value can it possibly have putting anumals in tiny enclosures nothing like their natural environment for children to gawk at? How horrid.
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