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A wonderful place to spend the day with the family, this museum houses a remarkable, kid-friendly collection of 20,000 cultural artifacts and natural history specimens, plus live plants and animals, and award-winning exhibitions.
All reviews toddler area sand box older kids water area sand play cafe upstairs water table great place to take kids interactive exhibits pretend play art class pizza grandkids love rainy day all ages different cultures street parking
If you are doing New York with a toddler in tow, then put this on your to do list! They will love it, and you will be rewarded with a few hours peace. The museum is very much hands on, and aimed at young children....More
Took our 4 year old here and had a decent time. It has good art projects and a few interesting things for 5 year olds but the museum is really best for kids 2-4. Fairly close to public transportation and near a lively area of...More
Luckily it was free (we used our Museum Passport), because I would have been disappointed if we had paid. The building is very nice, and it seems like they have a lot of programming for the neighborhood children, but the exhibits were run down/broken and...More
We took our 31/2 year old grandson. We had been there before, but not for awhile. He enjoyed the blue sand table very much. Also shopping in the grocery store.
He participated in an art class which he liked, but really was quite poorly done....More
Was my 5 year old grandson's first choice fo indoor activity.
Spent 4 hours snd wss still enthusiastic.
Lots of hsnd on activity. Relates well to local and diverse ethnic interests. Challenges the imagination of young children. Toddlers to maybe 10 years old best.
Fun for any age, colorlab was fantastic. Native voices, Imagine Ganesh exhibit was pretty with different versions, Mashpee Wampanoag Powwow traditional dance was massive and connected past to present simply for kids to understand. Definitely recommend.
This children's museum is huge, with a ton of variety for so many interests... huge water table, sandbox, theater for kids to act in, chinese new year area, grocery store, pizza shop, reptiles, garden, endangered/extinct species, music and many other things we didn't get to...More
and their parents and caregivers!! A terrific "Do Touch" place with something for every age. Good for toddlers and young children with sandboxes, water feature, "pizza" store to build toy pizzas, a market with ''veggies'' baskets to put everything in and a cash register to...More
Spark: The Brooklyn Children's Museum in Brooklyn Bridge Park was an inviting amusement for small pre-school aged children. It was fun, clean, organized, and run by a caring / kind staff. Despite its small size, it is packed with entertainment that compliments a day at...More