Founded in 1899, the Brooklyn Children's Museum is the world's oldest children's museum. Located on Brooklyn Avenue…More in the neighborhood of Crown Heights, the museum features a variety of fun, engaging and interactive educational exhibits that explore culture, the arts, science and the environment.
The museum hosts school trips, camp programs, private parties and an after-school program and sometimes offers free admission hours.
Visit the museum's website for exhibit, event, membership and schedule information.
Treacle Art Studio for Kids 166 Prospect Pl, Brooklyn, NY11238 Treacle Art Studio for Kids is an art and design studio with an emphasis on global culture offering camp, after school…More programs and workshops. Headed by Sylvia Langton, a 15-year veteran of the fashion industry, Treacle Art's aim is to explore various cultures through art and design. Kids projects include 3-D building, sculpture, printing, painting, toy design, textiles and drawing.
P.S. 009 Teunis G. Bergen 80 Underhill Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Named after the 19th Century U.S. Representative from New York, Teunis Bergen, PS 9 educates young Brooklynites from the…More time the enter pre-kindergarten classes up through their fifth grade year. The school has a social studies based curriculum, and attemps to get its students involved with the community by forming partnerships with cultural institutions such as the Prospect Park Zoo, Pratt University and the Brooklyn Historical Society.