Bring your day camp group to the Brooklyn Museum this summer for an exciting cross-cultural journey through art. Campers will learn how to look at artworks from around the world through fun, thought-provoking, interactive guided tours that include activities such as storytelling, drawing, and observation.
Choose one of the following tours, for groups with children ages six to twelve:
- Fashion Forward: Explore the styles of people from around the world.
- On the Wild Side: Discover how artists illustrate the importance of animals in their culture.
- Artist Meets Environment : Learn how contemporary artists use the natural world as inspiration for creation.
- The Royal Life: Experience the power of princely rulers, from ancient Egypt to the Americas.
Summer 2013 tours are available Wednesday through Friday from July 10 to August 16. Guided tours are at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Each guided group may include no more than twenty-five campers. All camp groups need to have a reservation.
The fee for both guided and self-guided tours is $3 per camper, to be paid in full no later than one week in advance. The first five chaperones (campers and counselors over fourteen) are admitted free. The fee for each additional chaperone is $5 per chaperone. Please ask your chaperone staff to help us maintain proper Museum protocol during the tour.
Register your group today by filling out our online reservation form.
Your reservation is not complete until you receive a letter of confirmation with the exact time and date of your visit. Unscheduled groups will not be admitted.
To cancel or reschedule your visit, call (718) 501-6221 as soon as you know you are unable to keep the reservation. You must call no later than a week before your scheduled date to avoid being charged for your reservation.
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