Betty Brinn Museum camps and workshops provide opportunities to learn practical and interesting skills and include hands-on activities with tools, materials and equipment that highlight STEAM education – science, technology, engineering, design and math.
Kids will become Wisconsin experts, dinosaur explorers, geologists, or junior curators! MPM campers explore exhibits, get behind-the-scenes access to real artifacts and collections, and participate in a variety of fun, engaging activities! Give your child an unforgettable summer of fun and learning at MPM’s summer camps.
Your kids are smart, talented, creative, curious and eager to try everything. Let them explore new ideas, develop new abilities, design, and make at Discovery World. Whether you have a budding genius in 5th grade, a bored child who wants to experience something new, or a kid looking to have some fun, Discovery World Summer Camp is for them. Each camp has a unique and exciting theme. Come for one camp, or spend the whole summer with us!
Time Travel Adventure (June 17, July 15, July 29, Aug. 12)
Little House Adventure (June 19, July 17, July 31, Aug. 14)
A Maker's Adventure (June 18, July 16, July 30, Aug. 13)
Apprentice Camps (June 24-27, July 8-11, July 22-25, Aug. 5-8)
Grades 1-12 (Varies by camp)
Make this summer go down in history! Go on a time travel adventure this summer at the Old World Wisconsin Summer Camps. Campers will take a refreshing step outside the 21st century and into the world of Wisconsin's early immigrants. Advance registration required.
Lynden’s art and nature camps integrate our collection of monumental outdoor sculpture and temporary installations with the natural ecology of our hidden landscapes and unique habitats. Camps are organized around themes and introduce a range of imaginative experiences, materials, and tools. Led by artists, naturalists, and art educators, the camps explore the intersection of art and nature through hands-on artmaking.