Summer Camp 2017: Maker Station
From streetcars to buses to trolleys and trains, all great machines come from amazing brains! Bring your group to the Transit Museum this summer where campers can learn more about machines and their makers, and even tinker with their own inventions to spark the next generation of innovators.
Summer camp programs are for ages 4-12. All group visits to the Museum must be reserved in advance. To request a reservation, please continue to our Online Request Form.
If you’re looking for our Ready to Ride program for special education students, or our Extended Tour program offered for students in grades six and above, please continue to our Online Request Form and select your program.
July 5th – August 18th
Spots are limited, don’t delay!
Tuesdays – Fridays, 10:15am, 11:45am, or 1:30pm
Program Length: 75 minutes
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Group Size and Payment
General Education Groups
Up to 15 participants (children and adults): $75.00 flat rate fee
Up to 25 participants (children and adults): $125.00 flat rate fee
Groups larger than 25 participants (children and adults) must book more than one program to accommodate the group.
Special Education Groups
Up to 12 campers and 5 chaperones: $75 flat rate fee
Additional chaperones pay $7.00 per person
A $50.00 credit card deposit is required for each group reservation at booking. Remaining balance will be settled upon entry to the Museum. Only cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted. No personal or company checks, vouchers, or purchase orders.
Please note: Ready to Ride is a free program for special education students, but does require a $50.00 deposit to secure your reservation.
Camp groups must have a reservation. Due to the Museum’s space limitations, groups visiting without a reservation will only be admitted as capacity allows.
We recommend requesting a reservation at least two weeks in advance. Requests are responded to within 10 business days. Please note that submitting a reservation request form does not guarantee a reservation.
To request a reservation, please continue to our Online Request Form.
Arrivals and Departures
Please arrive ten minutes before your scheduled start time. When possible, have students remain on the school bus or outside the Museum while the teacher handles payment.
Due to space constraints, groups arriving earlier than their scheduled time will be asked to wait outside the Museum.
Late arriving groups will receive an abbreviated program. If you are running late, please contact (718) 694 – 1848.
All groups must depart at their scheduled time. Groups may not self-guide before or after their program.
The Transit Museum is wheelchair accessible via a lift. Please share information about the needs of your group when making your reservation so we can best assist you. The lift is slow, so plan to arrive 15 minutes before your program’s start time. For more information on accessibility options, including ASL interpreters and listening devices, please click here.
Traveling by Subway
Taking the train is a great way to begin your visit to the Transit Museum. We are located near:
Borough Hall Station: 2, 3, 4, and 5 lines
Jay Street MetroTech Station: A, C, F, and R
Hoyt-Schermerhorn Station: A, C, and G
Certificates for Free Transportation are provided by NYC Transit to travel to and from school trips.
Traveling by School Bus
Buses may drop off students on either Boerum Place or Schermerhorn Street. Parking is limited in Downtown Brooklyn. Bus drivers are encouraged to seek space on Schermerhorn Street or State Street.
All cancellation requests must be made via email at least two weeks in advance. Cancellation requests made less than two weeks in advance will forfeit the deposit paid.
For any additional questions, please call (718) 694-1848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.