Our passion for children with differing abilities, special needs, physical or developmental challenges was recognized in August 2012. During this event, which celebrates The Americans With Disabilities Act, the Mayor’s Office presented Brooklyn Children’s Museum with the TITLE III ADA Sapolin Public Accommodation Award.
The Sensory Room is an inclusive space where children with special needs can engage and explore their senses. The interactive equipment provides a multisensory experience with visual, auditory, tactile, vestibular, and gross motor activities. This room provides a welcoming environment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Learn more
& Thursdays: 2:00—5:00 pm
First & Third Saturdays of the month: 10:00am—noon, 2:00—5:00 pm
Second & Fourth Sundays of the month: 10:00am—noon, 2:00—5:00 pm
All of the Museum's exhibits are hands-on and incorporate visual, tactile, and auditory components. The Museum also features traveling bi-lingual or trilingual exhibits available for rental.