Join Imagine Children’s Museum for a summer of playful learning! Each week brings exciting STEAM projects, mesmerizing experiments, laughter and fun!

The health and safety of our campers is our highest priority. Campers will be expected to follow the Museum’s COVID-19 rules and procedures. For more information about the Museum’s COVID-19 precautions, click here.

Space is limited! Register today!


  • Designed for kids ages 3-5 who have not yet entered Kindergarten. Campers must be at least 3 years old and fully toilet-trained (able to use the restroom completely independently).
  • Campers should bring a water bottle, but no other food or drink will be allowed.
  • Campers must be able to follow teacher instructions on COVID safety policies, which may include maintaining social distance and wearing a face mask. Summer policies will be based on up-to-date guidance from public health authorities.
  • All camps run Monday through Thursday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. EXCEPT “Ready, Set, Vet.”
  • Cost: Members: $165 per child per camp, Non-members: $195 per child per camp


July 5-8 (Tuesday through Friday): Ready, Set, Vet
Let’s put on our lab coats and learn how veterinarians take care of all kinds of animals! Discover how X-rays can reveal animal insides, observe how animals change as they grow from babies to adults, and create animal art to celebrate our furry and feathered friends.

July 11-14: Bees and Botany ***Held at Evergreen Arboretum!***
Summer is a perfect time to explore the garden. Learn about plants, flowers and insects through art, stories and songs. Experiment with traveling seeds, make a flower weaving project and create “seed lollipops” to grow plants at home.

July 25-28: Let’s Go!
From cars to trains and even planes, there are lots of ways to get around! Explore the world of transportation through games, songs and toys. Make art with tire tracks, haul loads with a dump truck, and build a speedy test ramp for racecars.

August 8-11: Little Scientists  ***Held at Evergreen Arboretum!***
Discover the magic of science! Learn what scientists do and the tools they use. Try a variety of new experiments each day exploring water, magnets, colors, and even chemical reactions.

August 15-18: Water Wonders
Make a splash in a camp all about water! Follow the water cycle from clouds to soil and experiment with making puddles. Use your science skills to observe how materials absorb or repel water. Test whether objects sink or float, then build a boat to sail the seas!


Space is limited! Register today!