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The Brooklyn Children's Museum is a children's museum in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York. Founded in 1899, it is the first children's museum in the United States – and according to some, the first one worldwide. It is unusual in its location in what is predominantly a residential area. Housed in a multi-level underground gallery, the museum underwent an expansion and renovation to double its space, reopened on September 20, 2008, and became the first green museum in New York City.Plan your visit to Brooklyn Children's Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Brooklyn online trip itinerary maker.
Brooklyn Children's Museum reviews
I went on Pay what you wish for tickets, these are usually hard to come by, but we went during a snowstorm. The place is marvelous if you have kids that are 1-9 but if your child is above 10 you will.... more
I went on Pay what you wish for tickets, these are usually hard to come by, but we went during a snowstorm. The place is marvelous if you have kids that are 1-9 but if your child is above 10 you will.... more »
We had a wonderful time at the children’s museum! We attended their Halloween event and it was just the best. They had super hero characters and the staff gave out candy. The space is so fun with lots of stuff for kids to do. Mixed with traditional museum highlights like nature and cultural exhibits. Even an outdoor rooftop playspace with dinosaurs. They also have special rotating exhibits. The space was clean and well maintained. We will be going back soon. It’s a very warm and friendly environment, a gem for children of all ages.
We went there with the kids. Also, we didn't pay for the tickets. We have a library card. As long as you have your queens/Manhattan/Brooklyn library card, you can order two tickets for free. I really recommend this place for you to bring your kids with. This place is really tailored for your kids. You can have more interaction with your kids and get closer together. If you're a teacher, you can also bring your students. Sometimes they have some events going on. You can check their official website. We were having fun but time flies.
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