Adventures in Science Camps

Part of Children & Families

A group of students examines a watermelon and records their observations in a notebook.
 

Adventures in Science summer camps foster an enthusiasm and sense of wonder for the natural world. Using inquiry and critical thinking, campers will engage in the process of science while visiting Museum halls, studying specimens, and hearing from scientists. Every week, children are empowered to ask questions, make observations, collect evidence, and draw conclusions, gaining a new perspective on our planet and beyond.

 

Registration

Onsite summer camps will go on sale in early 2023.  Please check this website for further updates and information regarding summer 2023 program dates, times, and tuition.

 

Refunds and Cancellations 

More information is coming soon.

 

Health and Safety During Onsite Programs

The health and safety of our participants and staff is the top priority. You’ll notice some important changes to the Museum, our classrooms, and health and safety measures. For more information, please visit the Health and Safety page.

More Information

For more information, please email [email protected] or call 212-769-5357.

To stay up to date on new programs and registration dates, sign up for our Family Programs Newsletter.

Children and Family Learning at the American Museum of Natural History provides exciting science learning opportunities for young children and families through OLogy, the Discovery Room, The Science and Nature Program, and Public Programs.

Support for Children and Family Learning programming has been provided by Shaiza Rizavi and Jonathan Friedland, the Filomen M. D’Agostino Foundation, and Ellen K. and Lawrence R. Gross.