Boston Children’s Museum’s Explore It Summer Camp will offer a unique opportunity for campers to form friendships, exercise their imaginations, and discover and learn through play and exploration.
Beginning July 5, Explore It Summer Camp will provide full-day, in-person, week-long summer camp experiences for curious learners, ages 5-7. Campers will be able to engage in hands-on STEAM activities, explore the Museum, spend time playing outside, playing games, and visiting the park next to the Museum. Explore It Summer Camp is designed to highlight all the best parts of hands-on learning and exploration for which Boston Children’s Museum is known. Each day will include STEAM investigations, time to safely interact with peers, and play in our iconic exhibits. Experiences such as cycling through a human car wash, making mud sculptures, investigating the creatures that live in the channel in front of the Museum, and soldering your own keychain are all possible at Explore It Summer Camp. Boston Children’s Museum’s Explore It Summer Camp will offer a unique opportunity for campers to form friendships, exercise their imaginations, and discover and learn through play and exploration.
Explore It Summer Camp will be staffed by Boston Children's Museum's experienced educators and experts. Covid-19 safety is of paramount importance, and campers and staff will adhere to State and City guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Weekly sessions will be available throughout the month of July, beginning July 5. The camp day will run from 9:00am to 4:00pm. There will be options for early drop off or extended day sessions.
The fee for the 9am to 4pm weekly Explore It Summer Camp experience is $600.
Extended day care is available from 4pm-5pm at a weekly rate of $100 or a daily rate of $25. Campers must be registered for weekly extended day care by 4pm the Friday prior to their camp week, and daily extended care must be arranged by 4pm the day prior.
For additional information, visit https://exploreitsummercamp.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/