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Brooklyn Museum

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June 9 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Friday and Saturday, repeating until August 31, 2021

An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, repeating until August 31, 2021

Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

$16/adults, $10/seniors & students, free/ages 19 & under

A hipper version of the Met features a huge, diverse permanent collection categorized by culture, as well as thoughtful visiting exhibitions from all over the world.

* Separate timed tickets ($9) required for for KAWS: WHAT PARTY, featuring the famous Brooklyn-based artist who modifies popular characters like Elmo and Mickey Mouse to create inventive street art, sculptures and more. These tickets are selling out fast so reserve in advance (or become a member for access to more times).

* Explore African Art, Indigenous Americas Art, American Art, Ancient Egyptian Art, Decorative Arts and much more in spacious galleries.

* Closed Mondays & Tuesdays.

* The Norm restaurant and Café are closed, but a selection of snacks and beverages are available from vending machines and a pink BkM Food Truck serving burgers, grilled cheese, salads, tater tots, and more out front (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm). Or visit nearby cool cafe Lincoln Station.

* On the edge of Prospect Park and next to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Prospect Park, My Oasis in Brooklyn & Juneteenth Way

On the construction fencing at Lefferts Historic House, which is under restoration, see “Prospect Park, My Oasis in Brooklyn,” a site-specific installation of works by photographer Jamel Shabazz, who for the past 41 years has documented the people and places that truly make the park Brooklyn’s Backyard. Presented by Prospect Park Alliance in partnership with…

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Pop-Up Magazine: The Sidewalk Issue

Explore a collection of new stories — in film, sound, writing, art, and more — placed around Fort Greene. Pick up a map at the BAM Fisher lobby, or use the digital map to explore epic graphic novels, a sensory journey through the life of a jellyfish and more across storefronts, newsracks and vending machines.

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Prospect Park, My Oasis in Brooklyn & Juneteenth Way

On the construction fencing at Lefferts Historic House, which is under restoration, see “Prospect Park, My Oasis in Brooklyn,” a site-specific installation of works by photographer Jamel Shabazz, who for the past 41 years has documented the people and places that truly make the park Brooklyn’s Backyard. Presented by Prospect Park Alliance in partnership with…

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Prospect Park Zoo

This former menagerie is designed to allow up-close animal viewing, perfect for families with young children who want to learn about wildlife.

Explore a Discovery Trail and encounter 400 animals of 150 species including red panda, dingo, and a host of beautiful birds. Visit unique small cats, sea lions and Chinese-big headed turtles.

Food and…

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