The Brooklyn Children’s Museum finally opened its doors to youngsters on weekends starting Saturday, October 24 after remaining closed since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

After locking down on March 14, the museum will host a socially distanced Halloween celebration on October 31 on its 20,000-square-foot roof. Kids will have the chance to make their own masks, trick or treat, participate in a costume parade, and make prints with fall produce.

Photo by Craig Hubert The Brooklyn Children’s Museum finally opened its doors to youngsters on weekends starting Saturday, October 24 after remaining closed since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

After locking down on March 14, the museum will host a socially distanced Halloween celebration on October 31 on its […]

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