Camps at Frost Science provide an unforgettable experience for children and pre-teens to dive deeper into the science of the museum. From our one-day Mini-Camps to our award-winning Summer Camp, our programs offer opportunities to explore, experiment, investigate, invent and discover, through animal encounters, star shows, multimedia experiences, interactive exhibitions, live science demos and engaging hands-on activities. Our camps are fully-inclusive and presented by teachers, scientists and museum staff in our unique, spectacular and safe facility. We guarantee our camps will build memories that will last a lifetime!
Explore the wonders of science through nine different week-long camps themed around the amazing science showcased at Frost Science including engineering, astronomy, marine biology and tech. Fly a drone over South Florida’s unique ecosystems, dissect a squid, create your very own comet and learn how to make a human lie detector test during this unforgettable summer of science. Summer Camp 2018 runs from June 18 through August 10* and welcomes students entering grades K–8.
(*Please note there is no camp from July 2 – July 6.)
Winter Camp 2018
Winter Break from school is the perfect time to chill out with science! Join Frost Science for two weeks of camp sessions and start the new year with some amazing experiments, discoveries and investigations, all while creating friendships that’ll extend beyond the museum walls. 2018 dates will be announced soon.
No school? No problem! Our dynamic Mini-Camps are the perfect action-packed solution to a Teacher Workday. Kids will spend the day exploring the museum’s interactive exhibitions, conducting science experiments and making new friends in the beautiful bayside setting of Museum Park. 2018/2019 school year dates will be announced soon.
Spring Camp 2019
Spring into science with our week-long Spring Camp! Kids will spend their break exploring the museum, watching a Frost Planetarium show and learning about a cool science topic through hands-on experiments and activities. 2019 dates will be announced soon.