Summer Day Camps


Parents & Guardians: Please print your confirmation letter(s) and bring it with you to check in.  Thanks for your cooperation.

Please scroll down to the bottom of the page for general Summer Day Camp Information.


Half-Day Camps for ages 4-12
9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m.
$135 member, $160 nonmember

Full-Day Camps for ages 6-12
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
$250 member, $275 nonmember


The Museum offers Early Morning Check-in and Supervised Lunch care options. These options include free time, board games, crafts, and outdoor activities in a relaxed, fun atmosphere supervised by Children's Workshops staff. Children must be registered for a full week.

Early Morning Check-In is held from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Parents can sign in children anytime during this period. Children will not be permitted in the Museum before 7:30 a.m. (Please note: Curbside check in is not available for Early Morning Check-in. Children must be escorted into the Museum.) $40 per week, per child.  Buy Early Morning Check-In Here.

Supervised Lunch is held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children must be registered for both morning and afternoon workshops during the same week in order to participate. This will not be offered the weeks of June 11-15, June 25-29, July 16-20, and July 30-August 3. During these weeks, full-day campers will eat lunch with their class. $40 per week, per child. Buy Supervised Lunch Care Here.

Please note: All campers must bring their own lunch and drink. Due to the number of children with food allergies, the Museum strives to be a peanut-free zone.

There are two options for bringing your child to camp:

1. Curbside Drop-off and Pick-up: Remain in your car and drop-off/pick-up your child in front of the Museum. You must enter the parking lot off of 22nd Avenue and line up to wait for Museum staff to sign the child in or out. Click here to download a parking map and parking tips.

2. Walk-Up Check-in and Check-out: Park and walk your child to and from the check-in area on the north side of the Museum facing City Park.

Scholarships:  Partial scholarships are available for families with a documented annual income of $35,000 or less thanks to the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District. For information, please download the Youth Programs Scholarship Application (DOC | 121KB). You may also call 303.370.6000 for information.

Campers receive a free T-shirt with each class enrollment. Campers are encouraged to wear the T-shirt each day of camp to make participants easy to identify.

Registration: For information, please visit our Reservations page. You may register online or call the reservation office at 303.370.6000, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Refund Policy: The Museum has a no refund, no exchange policy. All sales are final for workshops, day camps, and other programs for children and families, unless the Museum cancels the event.

Confirmation: You will receive a confirmation letter after registering for a workshop or day camp.

Medication Policy: Museum staff are not permitted to accept or administer medication, including EpiPens. If your child has a medical condition that requires attention, please call the Youth Programs Coordinator at 303.370.8225.



Andrea Hamilton or Kerri Dunagan
Children'[email protected]

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