DMNH camp is IN when school is OUT!
The Delaware Museum of Natural History offers campers of various ages the opportunity to explore science and nature through hands-on, interactive learning. Up to age 3, campers can discover the world in our Museum Babies camps. Children age 4 years through those completing 6th grade can choose from a variety of spring, summer and day/evening camps throughout the year. This year, for the first time, we’re offering Animals Up Close, a camp for children who have completed 7th-9th grades.
Whether they are building a campfire, writing in invisible ink, or tracking animals in the forest, campers make exciting and unforgettable discoveries all year long! All of our camps allow children to create once-in-a-lifetime memories they’ll never forget!
We invite campers to join us for our favorite returning camps (all with exciting new activities) as well as our new camps. Each camp is chock full of outdoor fun, Museum gallery exploration, traveling exhibit discoveries, live animal experiences, and so much more!
Members: $225, Non-members: $260
Single day price: Members: $45, Non-members: $52
Session 1: April 15–19, 2019
Session 2: April 22–26, 2019
Time: 9 a.m.– 4 p.m.
Join us for one or both of our action-packed Spring Break Camps! Each day is spent exploring a different science or nature topic through games, crafts, science experiments, live animal presentations, and touring the Museum galleries and special exhibit, Design Zone. Campers must bring a bag lunch, snacks, and labeled water bottle EACH day. Morning and afternoon care available for an additional fee.
Members: $135, Non-members: $156
Single day price: Members: $45, Non-members $52
July 1– 3. No camp on Thursday, July 4 or Friday, July 5.
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Looking for something exciting to do during July 4th week? Come to camp at DMNH and experience the best we have to offer, including experiments, crafts, and live animal encounters. Register for one, two, or all three days.
There is no extended care available this week.