Explore the wonders of science through a weeklong camp themed around the amazing science showcased at Frost Science. The week will include a Frost Planetarium show and free exploration time around the museum.
The camp day runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Before and after-care are available for an additional cost. To learn more about all our Summer Camp themes, before and after care and more, visit our Summer Camp page. Lunch may be purchased at registration and only in advance, but you can also have your child bring a lunch from home.
Week 6: July 15 – July 19
Flowing hot lava up to 2,200 F, winds of over 200 mph, a wave over 1,500 feet high, Earth has major extremes from natural disasters to harsh habitats. Construct a volcanic eruption, earthquake-proof your own skyscraper and investigate the science behind the wind and waves of a hurricane. Discover how life can survive in even the harshest of environments before brainstorming and designing ways to keep ourselves safe and prepared from all these the extremes.
Online registration for this camp closes Thursday, July 11 at 5 p.m.
- Parking for camp drop off and pick-up will take place in the bus lanes before entering the garage.
- Please leave your car in the bus lane for a maximum of 10 minutes, head up to science plaza and meet a camp staff member in the museum’s Atrium next to the Ticket Center.
- Parking in the garage will not be complementary, all those who wish to park in the garage will be subject to regular parking fees.