Your kids have had a good summer so far, but why not make it wonderful?! Enhance their vacation with today's camp offer from The New York City Police Museum.
For $250, your kids can experience five fun-filled, educational days focused on art, engineering, NYC history, and police-themed activities (such as crime scene investigation!). They'll develop their critical thinking and artistic skills through projects such as building a roller coaster and rubber band-powered cars, and solving a mystery. The museum's experienced camp leaders will also take them on field trips to explore other museums and cultural attractions in Lower Manhattan.
Give your children a greater understanding of NYC culture and the practices and history of the NYPD. Not only will this camp provide summer fun, the lessons they'll learn during these five days will make them more informed, educated citizens.
With today's offer, you also get a one-year family membership for two adults and all kids under age 18!
The New York City Police Museum gives visitors of all ages the opportunity to learn the history of policing in New York, its role in the history of the city, and how police do their job today. The museum’s newest exhibit is The Junior Officer’s Discovery Zone, an interactive exhibit for children under ten that includes a fingerprinting station, a chance to drive a police car, and more. Artifacts in the museum date back to the Dutch visitors and include uniforms and motorcycles. Exhibits also include a pretend mug-shot wall and jail cell. The current temporary exhibit tells the story of the Mounted Unit and includes pictures and video of Police Officers who ride on horses, as well as artifacts.
The New York City Police Museum
100 Old Slip
between Water and South Street
New York, NY 10005
(212) 480-3100 ext 116