Founded in 1899, the Brooklyn Children's Museum holds the title as the first museum created expressly for children. It may not be the newest kid on the block, but its age isn't slowing it down one bit. Tots used to bustling NYC will love playing in the museum's greenhouse, where they can learn about how plants grow and even dig for wiggly worms in the compost bin. The littlest visitors will have a blast in the 1,700-square-foot Totally Tots area, featuring a Baby Patch, Sand Spot, and Peek-a-Boutique — perfect for toddler-aged tots.
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