The Brooks Museum welcomes kids and teens to engage with the visual arts and have fun! Let us help you create an exciting day of fun at the Brooks.
Interactive Family Guides
Free interactive family guides, which include activities for families to complete both in the gallery and later at home, are created in conjunction with special exhibitions as well as for the permanent collection. Inside these guides families will find questions for guided looking, information on artists and artwork, and suggestions for further exploration. Guides are available at the Admissions desk and in the special exhibition galleries.
Community Days at the Brooks
Community Days allow families and friends to experience the museum in a fun, engaging environment. These free events feature art-making activities, events like storytelling in the galleries, musical and dance performances, and family-oriented gallery guides, all designed to engage families with current exhibitions.
Wacky Wednesday Summer Series
Our free Wacky Wednesday program provides a creative outlet during the summer for families, day camps, and child care centers with an open artworks studio, gallery guides, and children’s international short films every Wednesday in June and July. Sponsored by Thomas & Betts.
The museum offers free Homeschool Days for homeschool students of all ages and their families. Homeschool Days occur on the third Thursday of the month, six times a year in the fall and spring. Each of these days explores the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions through a specific theme. Learn more here.
Upcoming events for Kids + Teens