Kids have so many questions about the world – down to even the smallest parts. We’re here to answer them with fun, creative activities that will also nourish their imaginations and - who knows – maybe even foster a career in science or medicine. Our future as a world depends on how we pass on the knowledge of nuclear science to the next generation, and we believe in offering an accessible, unbiased, and accurate window for kids and grown-ups alike.
The wonder of science comes alive during the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History’s Science is Everywhere Science Kids Camps. Learn more about robots, biology, forensics, engineering, chemistry, physics, weird science and more.
The Museum offers camps during the winter, spring and summer breaks. The camps are divided by age or grade groupings based on content. Camps run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. Multitudes of children have learned science is exciting and fun during these week-long learning adventures.
To make a reservation, call 505.245.2137 ext. 103.
The museum will be implementing a Camper Code of Conduct for the summer of 2017. Parents and guardians will receive a copy of the camper code of conduct to review with their camper a week before their child’s camp begins.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will host "Science is Everywhere" Spring Day Camp 2017 for children who are 6 to 12 years old. Experience the wonders of science in one-day sessions, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., March 20-24, 2017. Sessions include "Code of the Robot," "The Upside Down," "Back in Time with Tim," "Science Star," "Get Glowing" and many more!Learn More
Join the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History for New Mexico's biggest science party of the year! This awesome black-tie event features an awesomely unique silent auction, dinner among the most brilliant minds in science and thrilling science experiments that will knock your socks off!Learn More
A special exhibition where visitors will step back in time to a pivotal point in history, and experience pure science through pure art. Explore and study the recreations of the super secrets from the Manhattan Project's atomic bomb in this mesmerizing exhibit.Learn More