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Tuesday, June 2 (See map view)

What do baby ladybugs look like? Why don’t ferns have flowers? Why are there pigeons everywhere? Do you ever wonder things like that? Then you would make a terrific naturalist! A naturalist observes plants, animals, and other living things closely, asks questions, and tries to learn the answers. 8 am–6 pm.

Children are encouraged to explore science through slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, sand boxes, and more, weather permitting. 9:30 am–5 pm.

Through the magic of patterns found in nature and hands-on activities featuring objects from BCM’s 29,000 cultural and natural science collection, the exhibit promotes concepts of math and science through hands-on learning experiences. 10 am–5 pm.

The new exhibit teaches the relevance of patterns. hands on activities. 10 am–5 pm.

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum explores transportation with "From Here to There," consisting of twelve interactive exhibits, helping kids explore transportation by land, sea, and air, and the mechanics that go into it. 10 am–5 pm.

School is almost out but hardworking students can still reap the benefits of those A’s and B’s in class. 11 am–12 am.

In this 3D movie, travel to the Galapagos archipelago to meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt from their noses, hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies, and swim with tiny penguins. 11 am & 2 pm.

Come and try a hand at something new. Children 5 years and younger investigate, learn and discover. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.

Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from! Noon–5 pm.

An inclusive place where children of all abilities can engage with peers and explore their senses. 2 pm to 4:45 pm.

Bugs are not gross, they are great - children of all ages discover that some are friendly and all are unique. 3:30 pm.

Wednesday, June 3 (See map view)

What do baby ladybugs look like? Why don’t ferns have flowers? Why are there pigeons everywhere? Do you ever wonder things like that? Then you would make a terrific naturalist! A naturalist observes plants, animals, and other living things closely, asks questions, and tries to learn the answers. 8 am–6 pm.

Children are encouraged to explore science through slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, sand boxes, and more, weather permitting. 9:30 am–5 pm.

Through the magic of patterns found in nature and hands-on activities featuring objects from BCM’s 29,000 cultural and natural science collection, the exhibit promotes concepts of math and science through hands-on learning experiences. 10 am–5 pm.

The new exhibit teaches the relevance of patterns. hands on activities. 10 am–5 pm.

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum explores transportation with "From Here to There," consisting of twelve interactive exhibits, helping kids explore transportation by land, sea, and air, and the mechanics that go into it. 10 am–5 pm.

School is almost out but hardworking students can still reap the benefits of those A’s and B’s in class. 11 am–12 am.

In this 3D movie, travel to the Galapagos archipelago to meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt from their noses, hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies, and swim with tiny penguins. 11 am & 2 pm.

Drop by and meet gentle sea creatures. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.

Budding scientists 5 years and younger learn about living and non-living things. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.

Get creative with a variety of Jewish themed crafts to choose from! Noon–5 pm.

The company performs two repertory programs marking its farewell performances and features the world premiere of Pop HD choreographed by Richard Siegal and the New York premiere of Swedish choreographer Johan Inger’s Rain Dogs. 7:30 pm.

Thursday, June 4 (See map view)

What do baby ladybugs look like? Why don’t ferns have flowers? Why are there pigeons everywhere? Do you ever wonder things like that? Then you would make a terrific naturalist! A naturalist observes plants, animals, and other living things closely, asks questions, and tries to learn the answers. 8 am–6 pm.

Children are encouraged to explore science through slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, sand boxes, and more, weather permitting. 9:30 am–5 pm.

Children develop self-reliance, creativity and problem solving skills. For toddlers 18 to 36 months and their caregivers. 9:30 am – 10:30 am.

Through the magic of patterns found in nature and hands-on activities featuring objects from BCM’s 29,000 cultural and natural science collection, the exhibit promotes concepts of math and science through hands-on learning experiences. 10 am–5 pm.

The new exhibit teaches the relevance of patterns. hands on activities. 10 am–5 pm.

The Brooklyn Children’s Museum explores transportation with "From Here to There," consisting of twelve interactive exhibits, helping kids explore transportation by land, sea, and air, and the mechanics that go into it. 10 am–5 pm.

School is almost out but hardworking students can still reap the benefits of those A’s and B’s in class. 11 am–12 am.

In this 3D movie, travel to the Galapagos archipelago to meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt from their noses, hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies, and swim with tiny penguins. 11 am & 2 pm.

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