Science Camps

Camp is back in session this Fall! 

Upcoming One-Day Camps: 

September 28th, 2020: Runnin’ Wild! (ages 7-12) - Take a ride on the wild side as we explore the coolest wildlife we could get our hands on! Meet two of our very own pet reptiles – Darwin the Bearded Dragon and Jane the Ball Python – as well as our amazing undersea friends in our Aquarium! $50/ non-member & $45/ member.

October 12th, 2020: Spooktacular Science! (ages 7-12) - Scare your way into the spookiest camp of the year! Uncover freaky facts about some of our creepiest counterparts. Extract vampire veins, summon dry ice “boo bubbles”, and carve a jack-o-lantern using liquid nitrogen! $50/ non-member & $45/ member.

 

Questions? Email programs@sfsciencecenter.org or call (561) 832-2026.

In-person Camp Information:

View our updated safety guidelines here.

Camp runs from 9:00am-4:00pm. Before/Aftercare is 7:30am-9am and 4pm-5:30pm for an additional $10 per day.

Age groups for camps: 7-9 and 10-12

Late fee policy: The latest pick-up for camp is 4 p.m. The grace period is 10 minutes. After the grace period, an instant flat fee of $5.00 will be charged. In addition to the flat fee, $3.00 will be charged per minute.

For our full refund policy, click here

For more information on what to bring to camp, click HERE.  All food, including drinks and snacks, must be provided by campers. We are a nut-free facility. Any food, snacks, or drinks containing these allergens are not permitted. 

 

Rockin' Reviews

"My 6-year-old son has been attending science camp at the museum for 6 weeks this summer and he absolutely loves it. Every week has a different theme and he’s made a lot of new friends. I love that the counselors are very attentive and seem to enjoy their jobs. We’ll definitely be coming back next summer!"

"After attending tech camp, my daughter now has a love for learning she never had before and feels more confident with new things."

"Science Center Camp offers a perfect mix of fun and learning! Both of our kids loved the outdoor and indoor exhibit exploration and the weekly themed science lessons."