I simply can’t say enough about how awesome the Magic House camps are for your creative kids! Mitch has done the Maker Camp twice and the art camp for the first time last year. My only disappointment is that this will be the last summer that’s he’s young enough to attend. :sob:
The Magic House camps are for kids 4 to 11 and there’s three age brackets: 4-5 year olds, 6-8 year olds and the 9-11 year old kids. They have half day camps for the little guys and the older kid camp is full day.
Campers get to do all the cool stuff you’d expect from the Magic House: art, science and maker fun! They’ll get to explore the exhibits, but mostly they’ll be working on special projects. Mitch has made scribble bots and a cardboard arcade game at Camp Make-it and explored tons of creativity at Camp Artist.
Half Day Camps
Half-day camps take place from 9am to Noon and 1 to 4pm, three different sessions. Each session features all new themes and activities, so you can enjoy up to three weeks of camp. The cost for the weeklong, half-day camps is $125 per camper per session. Members of The Magic House at the Family level and above receive a special reduced rate of $100 per camper per session.
Full Day Camps
Full-day camps are available for 9- to 11-year-olds and take place from 9am to 4pm. The cost is $225 per camper per session. Members of The Magic House at the Family level and above receive a special reduced rate of $200 per camper. Two different sessions are available. You’ll need to bring your own sack lunch.
For more information on dates and themes or to register for summer camp, visit The Magic House online at www.magichouse.org or call 314.822.8900.