A Safer World in Which to Grow
A statement in response to recent acts of violence
Bronx Children’s Museum shares in the grief and trepidation that children, parents, families and communities are experiencing as a result of the numerous tragic events in our city, our state and across the country. As a society and a community, we are increasingly threatened by senseless violence inflicted upon innocent lives.

As adults, parents and caregivers, we must be the ones who actively use our voices to advocate for a safer world. Read our complete statement.
Music Matters - La Música Importa
Did you miss the Museum's first Music Matters concert in Mill Pond Park this past Saturday? It was a ton of fun with live music, dancing and maracas! Don't worry, ¡Retumba! is back this Saturday, June 11th for another performance at 1pm! Join us!
Support for this program is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and through a Cultural Immigrant Initiative grant from New York City Council Deputy Speaker Diana Ayala.
Help us create safe places for children to play, learn and grow.
Join us for our most important fundraising event of the year.
Join us as we celebrate the children of the Bronx, two wonderful honorees and the fun of summer at Zona De Cuba - high atop the historic US Post Office building on the Grand Concourse.
June 21, 2022 at 6:00 pm

The countdown to opening the first children's museum facility in the Bronx has begun and we need your support.
Valerie Washington
Professor Emeritus at Lehman College (CUNY), 
Innovator in teacher education and former Bronx elementary school teacher 

Sunny Hostin
3x Emmy Award-winning co-host of ABC’s “The View” and
New York Times best-selling author
Can't attend? Please consider making a donation in support of the museum.
Building Update: We're getting connected
The network of digital arteries and veins of the Museum's technology are being installed throughout the space this month. Miles of AV and IT cables will connect the main computer servers to the large screen displays, wi-fi access points, security stations, exhibit circuitry, speakers and projectors. Step by step the Museum space is coming to life as we prepare for our opening later this year.
Little Friends of the Museum Final Projects
Students in the Little Friends of the Museum Afterschool Program held at Roberto Clemente State Park have completed their assemblage and photography projects for the year. Each student put together a scene inspired by the natural environment and then photographed the scene with special lighting, highlighting shadows and emphasizing scale.The results are surreal and at times abstract. We are excited to see the imaginative results of the children's creativity.
Special thanks to Leslie Wright at NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (through a Connect Kids grant); the Department of Cultural Affairs (through a CASA grant from NYC Council Member Althea Stevens); Principal Pepe Gutierrez at PS 274; Ms. Marian O’Garro, Supportive Children’s Advocacy Network (SCAN) After School Director at PS 274; and John Doherty at Roberto Clemente State Park.
BxCM Out and About
Here's where we are going to be this month with suitcase exhibits and engaging activities. Look for us and come say hi. There's always something to new to learn about the Bronx.
Saturday, June 11
Music Matters Concert
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Mill Pond Park
Exterior Street between E. 150th and E. 153rd St.

Saturday, June 18th
Bronx Day
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
New York Botanical Garden
2900 Southern Blvd.

Saturday, June 25th
EmblemHealth Expo
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Gouverneur Playground
3711 3rd Ave

Tuesday, June 28th
Preventing the Summer Reading Slide
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Poe Park
Grand Concourse
Between E. 192nd St. and E. Kingsbridge Rd.
BxCM Presents at Association of Children's Museums' Annual Conference
Kristin Scarola presenting at ACM's InterActivity Conference
Session attendees arrange cards to match appropriate evaluation methods to audiences.
Nicole Wallace, the Museum's Director of Education and Public Engagement, and Kristin Scarola, the Museum's Early Childhood Education Specialist Consultant, presented a session on Creative Evaluation Methods for Emerging Museums to attendees of ACM's InterActivity 2002 conference in St. Louis, MO this past May. ACM is the world’s foremost professional society supporting and advocating on behalf of children’s museums, and those who work at and otherwise sustain them. Attendees of the sessions learned traditional and inventive methods of acquiring feedback from visitors, community members and general audiences. Groups participated in an exercise of matching audiences to evaluation methods. Congratulations, Nicole!
Reminder - New York State
Primary Elections: June 28

2022 is another big election year! Primary elections, including those for Congress and Governor, will take place June 28 with early voting dates to be announced soon. Make sure your voice is heard!
Join Our Team
Would you like to become part of the team that will open the first children's museum in the Bronx this year? Bronx Children’s Museum is currently hiring for a number of positions including Office Manager & Finance Assistant, Associate Development Director, HR Coordinator, and Graphic Designer. You can view all the listings and descriptions by clicking below. 
Bronx Children's Museum is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity or expression), disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. The Museum encourages all qualified candidates, especially members of all underrepresented groups, to apply for vacant positions at all levels. This description shall not be construed as a contract of any sort for a specific period of employment.