Now with a new name, an entirely renovated building and more programming for families than ever, the Queens Museum (formerly the Queens Museum of Art), which reopened its doors last November, still offers its signature summer camp for young artists, where kids use the collections as their muse to craft their own works. In one session, campers make giant puppets inspired by the iconic “Panorama of the City of New York” and in another, they contemplate the concept of museum by creating a stop-motion project about unusual guests dropping by for a visit. Camp runs July 7–Aug 15, Mon–Fri 9am–4pm. Two-week session $600. Ages 7 to 11.