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Summer Camp at Miami Children's Museum is an experience that promises to evoke creativity in all children. We teach children different educational aspects, through food, art, music, dance and performance, language, literacy, geography and games. We are committed to providing opportunities for discovery and experiential learning that fit with the evolving needs of our community through thematic weeks that include Daring Detectives, Sprouting Farmers, and Through the Decades. Our campers will embark on an educational experience that will spark their love for learning.

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Explorers Camp 2024

June 10th-August 2nd

Camp Fee: $350 per week for Non-Members | $315 per week for Members

Hours: 9 am to 3 pm

Before and After Care: Available at an additional cost

Ages: Pre-K4 - 5th grade

Explorers camp includes:

Weekly activities include a field trip, art, music, dance, geography, games, sports and more!

Lunch will be provided daily at no extra cost by our Subway restaurant. Each morning campers will choose from a menu created with kid friendly favorites and fresh healthy choices which will be delivered to their classroom at lunch time. In addition to the lunch provided, we ask that you also pack 2 small snacks from home. If your child has special dietary needs that Subway cannot accommodate, please do send them with a lunch from home.

  • Museum exploration
  • Hands-on and self-expressive projects
  • Limited Class sizes
  • Camp staff who are certified teachers and experienced Museum educators
  • Weekly in-house field trips

Week 1: Mystery Week | June 10-14

Get ready to wear your detective hats as we journey down Investigator Boulevard. Explore clues throughout the week and become a master at solving mysteries, just like a detective.

Week 2: STEAM Week | June 17-21

Grab your lab coats, paintbrushes, and calculators! This camp will have you STEAM-ing with new knowledge and a love for science and art.

Week 3: Dino Explorers: Dig into Fun! | June 24-28

Join us for a week of fun as we explore the Jurassic period and learn more about archaeology and our favorite dinosaurs in the Museum's new Roar & Explore with Dinosaurs Exhibit!

Week 4: Renaissance Festival | July 1-5 (No Camp on Thurs, 7/4)

“Beauty is in the eye of the brush-holder.” Get your easels and palettes ready, everyone! This camp will have you painting your heart out as we learn about famous artists and create artwork that will last a lifetime!

Week 5: Messy Week | July 8-12

Say yes to the mess! Join us for a week full of activities involving slime, volcanoes, kinetic sand, and more. Remember to bring an extra change of clothes, you’ll need it!

Week 6: Playhouse Pals: Act Your Heart Out! | July 15-19

To be or not to be? That's the question we'll explore this week at the Miami Children's Museum where all the world's a stage!

Week 7: Ocean Week (coincides with Shark Week) | July 22-26

Prepare for a week filled with ocean exploration and learning in honor of Shark Week.! Don't forget your beach towels, sunscreen, and fishing poles because we'll discover the amazing creatures that call the ocean home.

Week 8: Summer Games (Summer Olympics) | July 29-Aug 2

A tradition that started in Ancient Greece makes its way to the Miami Children’s Museum! Join us as we learn about the history of the Olympic Games and have friendly competitions in different sports, races, and obstacle courses while we build a sense of community and friendship.

For more information and to register, please contact Yanet at or Call 305.373.KIDS (5437) ext. 112 .

In accordance with current CDC and Miami Dade county guidelines, masks are optional for visitors and staff at the Museum starting March 12th, 2022. We support individual choice regarding masks and ask for respectful engagement with others while enjoying a day of play at the Museum. We will continue to follow all health and safety guidelines from the County and CDC.

Miami Children's Museum's programs are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. With the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, and the City of Miami.

For more information and to register, please contact Yanet at 305.373.KIDS (5437) ext. 112 or