Registration for 2022 is open!

Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP) offers summer programs for youth based on a collaboration of six cultural institutions in the heart of Brooklyn: Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park Alliance and Prospect Park Zoo, plus visits to the newly reopened Center for Brooklyn History (formerly Brooklyn Historical Society) Adventurers take part in fun, hands-on experiences that weave connections between art, world culture, literature, history, nature, technology, and science.

This summer's theme is Good Eats! Join us as we explore all the things that make Brooklyn worth savoring. From traditions with family, to yummy-looking art, to incredible plants and animals that depend on each other to survive - we'll be looking at how food tells a story of humans and nature through our different partners across Brooklyn. 

BCAP Summer Camp

BCAP Summer Camp is a 2-week day camp for ages 7-12. Financial aid is available.

Pickup and drop off are at the Brooklyn Museum daily. See our FAQ for a schedule.


  • July 5 to 15 (discounted)
  • July 18 to 29
  • August 1 to 12


BCAPteen Photojournalism Internship

BCAPteen is a two-week mini-internship program for ages 14-17. BCAPteen has been postponed to 2023.

Our Partners

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2022 Guest Partner

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