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.

Each week of camp will include a Frost Planetarium show and free exploration time around the museum.

Space is limited, so reserve your spot today!

  • Weekly Cost (K-5th Graders): $350.00 for Non-Members / $295.00 for Members
  • Weekly Cost (6-8th Graders): $400.00 for Non-Members / $340.00 for Members
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Before Care: 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. (Additional $30.00 weekly) and 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 (1) 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 (2) snacks are included each day.
  • Lunch may be purchased at registration and only in advance, but 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 2018 (Kindergarten – 5th Graders)

Week 4: July 16–July 20
Poison Detectives

Reveal the truth behind myths and legends as we investigate the power of toxins and their biological role in nature and health. We will dive into the fascinating and often misunderstood history of poisons and venoms, how they can be essential for animal survival and the role they may play in the future of medicine. You’ll also explore how the human body works and responds to poison, while chatting with our resident herpetologists and horticulturists to discover the various advantageous adaptations of animals and plants.

Registration for this camp closes at 12:00 p.m. on July 11, 2018.

Week 5: July 23–July 27
CSI: Frost Science

Do you love solving mysteries? Ever wondered what it takes to be a forensic scientist? Get ready, because we’re going to be uncovering facts and questioning clues in this thrilling week of camp. You’ll inspect the evidence at hand by breaking down how splatters work, identify unknown substances through chemistry and even make a human lie detector test to expose the truth.

Registration for this camp closes at 12:00 p.m. on July 18, 2018.

Week 6: July 30–August 3
Ancient Earth

No time machine? No problem. Take a journey back in time as we explore our very own ancient Earth. Uncover the archeological discoveries that allow us to understand how human civilizations have developed over time, then, dig deeper into the past as we re-create dinosaur fossils. Finally, you’ll explore how scientists use organisms such as plankton and coral to learn about the climate and landscapes of previous generations.

Registration for this camp closes at 12:00 p.m. on July 25, 2018.

Week 7: August 6–August 10
Let’s Talk Tech

We’re putting the future of tech in your hands! Explore how machines and inventions have revolutionized our world and experience the new boundaries of futuristic technology such as virtual reality and drones. From discovering the world of coding to making your own hologram projector, this week is sure to inspire you to take on the challenges of the future.

Registration for this camp closes at 12:00 p.m. on August 1, 2018.

Summer Camp Offerings for 2018 (6th–8th Graders)

Week 4: July 16–July 20
Outdoor Explorers: Citizen Scientist to the Rescue

Calling all adventurous middle schoolers! Explore our natural world through the eyes of a citizen scientist in this week-long excursion-based camp. Participants will discover the wonderful world of South Florida’s natural ecosystems through hands-on and immersive field trips that put them in the role of principal investigator. As a citizen scientist, they’ll contribute to biodiversity data collection, confirm climate data collected by NASA satellites and analyze collected water samples for quality and microplastic concentrations. You’ll be spending a significant amount of time outdoors and should be prepared for physical activities that include a snorkeling outing.*

Campers must be proficient swimmers.

*Weather permitting

Registration for this camp closes at 12:00 p.m. on July 11, 2018.

Week 5: July 23–July 27
Outdoor Explorers: Where the Wild Things Drone

We’re bringing tech to the great outdoors this week as we take on the wild world of South Florida’s unique landscape with drones, phones and hydrophones. Join us for an immersive outdoor-based program above and below the water, where you’ll discover the intersection of science and technology. Examine coastal ecosystems, careers, research and stewardship in and around Biscayne Bay with a focus on the technology used to understand and conserve our fragile natural resources. You’ll be spending a significant amount of time outdoors and should be prepared for physical activities that include a snorkeling outing.*

Campers must be proficient swimmers.

*Weather permitting

Registration for this camp closes at 12:00 p.m. on July 18, 2018.