Summer Camp Visits: Magical Summer 2015
Bring your campers to Brooklyn Children’s Museum for a magical day of fun! Schedule a self-guided visit to explore our hands-on exhibits including Pattern Wizardry, Collections Central, and Neighborhood Nature. In addition, your campers can enjoy creating patterned crafts, meeting live animals, and building with big blue blocks!
PROGRAM RESERVATIONS AND POLICIES
All programs require a reservation in advance. Please complete and submit this Reservation Request Form via email to
You are welcome to be in contact with our reservations team. Call: (718) 735-4400 ext.118; email
; or, fax (718) 604-7442.
Fees + Deposits
A deposit of 50% of the total program cost is due when making a program reservation. The program balance is due upon arrival.
Payment can be made via cash, check, credit card, or NYC Department of Education purchase order.
Checks should be made payable to: Brooklyn Children’s Museum
Cancellations + Rescheduling
In the event that your program must be rescheduled, we will do our best to accommodate your group’s needs. All groups are eligible for one complimentary program date change, additional rescheduling will incur a charge of $10.00 per request. Cancellations and delays require 48 hours’ notice unless due to inclement weather. Groups that do not provide requisite notice will forfeit their deposits.
BCM’s policy requires one chaperone per every five students, and offers complimentary admission to those adults. Groups will be charged $6.00 for every additional or missing chaperone. Accommodations can be made for classes with special needs.
Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP) offers summer programs for kids that take advantage of the incredible resources of our six member institutions: Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park and Prospect Park Zoo. Adventurers take part in hands-on experiences -- projects, games, and explorations that weave connections between art, world culture, literature, history, nature and science. Learn more