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Day Camp Visits

Bring your day camp and youth groups to the Brooklyn Museum for a cool cross-cultural journey through art from around the world. Led by our experienced teen staff, your group will engage with artworks (old and new), learn about the stories that connect them, explore art materials, and move their bodies.

Self-guided tour: Available between 11 am and 6 pm
Morning guided tour: 10:30–11:30 am

Choose a guided tour for your students ages 4 to 18:

  • Where Is Home?: Learn about artists’ individual journeys home as they use art to share their migration stories.
  • Black Excellence: Discover how Virgil Abloh and a new generation of creative minds are reshaping contemporary tastes in fashion, art, commerce, design, and youth culture.
  • African Ancestors of Ancient Civilizations: Get a close look at art from ancient Egypt, Nubia, and the Near East and uncover the rich history and impact of African culture on the world.
  • My Earth, Our Earth: Explore the effects of plastics and how artists use materials to reimagine ways to protect our environment.

Available Wednesdays–Fridays, July 6–July 28. Space is limited.

Cost per student: $3
(Up to 25 students and 5 chaperones per group.) First 5 chaperones per group are free; $5 for each additional chaperone.

Advance payment is preferred, but you can also pay on the day of your visit.

Register now
We need to know ahead of time that you’re coming. Reserve your spot by filling out our online form. (Include at least three tour date preferences.)

To cancel or reschedule your visit, please email