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Science Camp

Science is Everywhere Camp

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 APS break schedules, including Veterans Day, Parent/Teacher Conference Days, winter break, spring break, and summer break. All camps are for grades Kindergarten through 7th grade. Our education team divides camp topics into single-day or week-long camps that are multi-age collaborative camper experiences from 7:30 am-5:30 pm.

Each in-person camp will maintain strict CDC safety protocols, with small camp ratios. All campers and staff must wear a mask and pass a daily COVID-19 screening. Campers will need to bring a lunch, two snacks, and a refillable water bottle.

If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Guida, Education Director, at 505-245-2137, extension 101, by site cell phone at 505-333-9533, or at lguida@nuclearmuseum.org.

Upcoming 2021 camps include:

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