Entry Detail

    Brooklyn Children's Museum/ SPARK
    145 Brooklyn Avenue @ St. Marks Avenue
    718-735-4400 x 126
    Crown Heights


    PSP members will receive $20 off of Passport Membership, which is normally $195 but for PSP members would be $175. Passport member benefits include:

    • Admits two adults and four children in the same household to Brooklyn Children’s Museum’s main location (additional children, $20/child)
    • Admission to SPARK by Brooklyn Children’s Museum, located in Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 10% discount off SPARK registered classes
    • Option to add additional adult/caregiver, $30
    • Four guest passes to BCM’s main location
    • Reciprocal Admissions to:
    • ASTC Reciprocal Program*
    • ACM Reciprocal Program**
    • 10% off birthday parties and gift shop purchases
    • 5% off space rentals

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 26-Jan-2018
    Subject:  [Winter2016Babies] Indoor play gyms?
    Comment:  There’s also the Brooklyn children’s museum, which if you have a family of 4 and go more than a few times is absolutely worth the annual membership (and also gets you in free at the SI children’s museum and several other places).
    Reviewed by
    On 14-Jan-2014
    Subject:  ISO: birthday party venue
    Comment:   Brooklyn Children's Museum has a bargain bash package available: http://www.brooklynkids.org/index.php/parties/birthdayparties
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 27-Nov-2010
    Comment:  The BCM is a FABULOUS place. My son and I have been there several times now and we never tire of it. There are a few children's museums in Manhattan (I don't know if there associated...) but they don't have the same rep as Bklyn's. I have no experience with them so I can't speak directly...Regardless, go to the BCM, you won't regret it.(reviewed August 2010)
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 27-Nov-2010
    Comment:  Our guys are 21 months, and they love it. It's really a blast. There are a couple sand boxes as well as a whole toddlers' area with a water feature for them to splash in (they get rubber smocks to stay somewhat dry, but their shoes get soaked), an art class, toys, dress up, and things to climb and pound on. They can sit in the driver's seat of a bus and turn the wheel. We've been there twice and haven't even gotten to everything.(reviewed August 2010)
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 27-Nov-2010
    Comment:  Our daughter has been there a few times with her father (she's now 15 months, and doesn't walk yet) and they've had great fun, with photos to prove it.(reviewed August 2010)