For the inaugural year of Summer Camp at Frost Science, we’re hosting two different camps—an eight- week session for 2nd through 5th graders at our Museum Park campus and a four-week long Outdoor Explorers program that takes 6th through 8th graders on an adventure through different ecological sites in Miami-Dade County.
Younger campers will design planes and rocket ships, meet the animals in our Aquarium, explore the universe in our state-of-the-art 8K Frost Planetarium and learn about the amazing human body and brain, while the Outdoor Explorers program takes middle-schoolers on a snorkeling and kayaking adventure through our local waterways as they analyze and collect data from different ecological locations around town in their role as citizen scientists.
Each week of camp will include a planetarium show and free exploration time around the museum.
Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!
- Weekly Cost: $350.00 for Non-Members / $295.00 for Members (2nd through 5th graders)
- Weekly Cost: $400.00 for Non-Members / $340.00 for Members(6th through 8th graders)
- Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Before Care: 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. (Additional $30.00 weekly)
- After Care: 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Additional $40.00 weekly)
- A combination of Before Care and After Care is available for an additional $65.00 weekly.
- One T-shirt included with camp tuition. All Campers are required to wear the camp T-shirt to camp every day. Additional T-shirts may be purchased for $10.00 each.
- Two snacks are included each day.
- Lunch may be purchased in advance with pre-registration (lunch cannot be purchased for 6th – 8th grade camp). You can also have your child bring a lunch from home. Campers must bring a non-perishable lunch each day that does not require refrigeration or a microwave.
- 15% Sibling discount available for two or more registrations from the same household! Discount cannot be combined.
Summer Camp Offerings for 2017 (2nd – 5th Graders)
Week 1 June 19 – 23
Week 5 July 17 – 21
Registration for week 1 of summer camp is now closed.
Do you like to build or invent new things? Are you always asking questions, making observations and trying to help people solve problems? Sounds like you may be an engineer! Join us for a week full of planning, drawing, designing, building and testing your wildest creations.
Sharks, Shores and More
Week 2 June 26 – 30
Week 6 July 24 – 28
*Pre-registration for week 2 of summer camp is now closed. Walk-up registration is still available on Monday, June 26 from 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. at the museum’s membership office. Please note walk-up registrations will incur a $25 walk-up fee. 4th & 5th grade camps are sold out for week 2.
Dive into marine science this summer! During this camp, you’ll come face-to-face with some of our large and small marine inhabitants, discover the creatures sharing your beach and explore Miami’s amazing coastal habitats. Then, as citizen scientists, you’ll collect data and share your findings with real scientists!
Week 3 July 3 – 7
Week 7 July 31 – August 4
Get your flight suits ready, strap into your seat and join us on a soaring journey from the first feathered dinosaurs and the evolution of bird flight to the design of airplanes and rockets. Learn about the physics of flight, the origin of birds and the future of space exploration.
All About You
Week 4 July 10 – 14
Week 8 August 7 – 11
Are you ready to investigate the most interesting animal on the planet? That’s right, this camp is all about YOU! Explore the human body and mind to choose what works best for you. So get ready to jump, cook, learn, play, connect and even relax as you challenge your body and your brain!
Summer Camp Offerings for 2017 (6th – 8th Graders)
Week 1 July 10 – 14 (with kayak trip)
Week 2 July 17 – 21 (with snorkel trip)
Week 3 July 24 – 28 (with kayak trip)
Week 4 July 31 – August 4 (with snorkel trip)
Are you a middle-schooler who is passionate about ecology and marine science? Join us for an immersive outdoor-based program above and below the water, where you’ll learn about coastal ecosystems, careers, research and stewardship in and around Biscayne Bay. You’ll be spending a significant amount of time outdoors and should be prepared for physical activities including full-day kayaking and snorkeling outings. Campers must bring a mask, snorkel and fins for snorkeling days and be proficient swimmers. The kayak or snorkel trip will be held every week of camp on Friday (weather permitting).