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Summer Camp 2021

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Join us this summer for adventure, excitement, and tons of fun at our Wonderful World of Science Summer Camp! Kids ages 5-13 can participate in 10 themed weeks of all-new, STEM based activities at the museum. Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Scroll down for more information about the themes for this summer!

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Summer Camp 2021 Details:

  • May 31st, 2021 - August 13, 2021
  • Monday thru Friday / 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Pre-K thru 6th Grade (Ages 5-13)
  • Before Care Starts @ 7:30 a.m.
  • After Care Ends @ 5:30 p.m.
  • Maximum 20 Kids per Grade Group
  • Minimum 2 Counselors per Grade Group

Summer Camp 2021 Pricing:

  • Members: $225 per child / per week
  • Non-Members: $250 per child / per week
  • Before & After Care: $30 per child / per day
  • Lunch Option: $25 per child / per week (Includes Daily Lunch & Snack)
  • Refund requests will only be issued for requests provided 14 days before camp starts, or prior.

Summer Camp Themes

Poké Masters

May 31 – June 4
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Learn the science behind Pokémon types and their abilities as they relate to real life bugs, reptiles, and mammals. Masters will practice collection and dissect frog type Pokémon and rOwlet pellets.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Mad Scientists

June 7 – June 11
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Not only is science fun but some of it is downright MAD. The museum is your very own laboratory where you will create crazy potions, make bubbles out of dry ice, experiment with static electricity, make simple circuitry, and much more!

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Camp Cretaceous

June 14 – June 18
Pre-K thru 6nd Grade

Welcome to Dino World. Join us as we travel back in time to an era where dinosaurs walked the Earth. Become paleontologists and excavate fossils, design your very own dinosaur, mold and erupt volcanoes, and learn all about how fossils form.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Superhero’s Academy

June 21- June 25
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Our elite team will teach you how to create strength potions to help you become stronger, wield the power to make substances disappear, create your own superhero persona, and even build machines to get around faster. Inspired by the popular Marvel and DC Comics.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Kitchen Chemistry

June 28- July 2
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

What’s better than bubbling concoctions, color changing potions and magical reactions? Eating them! Get into the science of food at the Corpus Christi museum of science and history. Explore just how amazing food can become with a dash of science!

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Galaxy Explorers

July 5 – July 9
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Travel to a galaxy far, far away using the awe-inspiring planetarium as your classroom. Inspired by the Star Wars film franchise, you will learn about physics, discover real life rocketry, explore our solar system, investigate mysteries of deep space, study robotics with R2D2, and make your own lightsaber!

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Museum Magic Kingdom

July 12 – July 16
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Be our guest at this Disney inspired camp that explains the science behind the magic. Take a look at the physics of flight through a magic carpet ride. Discover what’s under the sea through Marine Biology and the robotic engineering behind Wall-E.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Next Level Gaming

July 26 – July 30
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Let’s take gaming to the next level by bringing space down to Earth with Among Us, engineering Minecraft into the real world, and using science to get ready to jump into Fortnite. Immerse yourself in a VR experience as you develop new ways to game. Start the future of gaming today making AR your own with holograms.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Totally Ballistics!

August 2 – August 6
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Let’s end summer with a bang! Combine the skill of chemistry with the power of physics for a result that will be a blast. Take flight with the Corpus Christi museum of science and history and have your knowledge soar.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

Poké Masters

August 9 – August 13
Pre-K thru 6th Grade

Learn the science behind Pokémon types and their abilities as they relate to real life bugs, reptiles, and mammals. Masters will practice collection and dissect frog type Pokémon and rOwlet pellets.

Camp divides its campers into 4-5 groups, according to age.  Most groups have no more than 20 campers.

 

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Important Drop-Off/Pick-Up Update:

Effective Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. the visitor parking lot of the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History will be under construction as part of the Port of Corpus Christi expansion project.

Morning Camper Drop-Off will be located on the corner of Hirsh & Chaparral: turn right on Hirst and follow directional signage and personnel. Afternoon Camper Pick-Up will be located inside the Museum: park in the the Harbor Playhouse lot or in the Temporary Visitor Lot and proceed to the Museum’s front entrance. Please see the map below for more information.

Commitment to Safety:

The Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History is committed to a fun, safe, and healthy summer camp experience for your child. As such the Museum will be implementing additional safety measures focused on maintaining a clean and safe Museum environment. These procedures include comprehensive, continual daily cleaning and disinfecting, employee education to follow cleaning protocols outlined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as communicating healthy workplace guidelines to our staff and volunteers.