SUMMER CAMP AT THE NATIONAL WWII MUSEUM:
The National WWII Museum offers an array of summer camp opportunities for kids. Using the history of World War II as a jumping off point, campers have the chance to engage in fun, creative activities that will ignite their imaginations! Whether your camper enjoys creative expression, scientific pursuits, or the art of deception—OR perhaps all three—The National WWII Museum offers a variety of options for summer-time learning and exploration.
Museum Member registration for 2017 summer camp sessions opens on Wednesday, February 1. General registration for 2017 summer camp sessions opens on Wednesday, February 8. Become a Museum Member today to receive discounted registration.
Age: Children entering 4th–7th grades
Age: Children entering 3rd–6th grades
Age: Children entering 5th–8th grades
Frequently Asked Questions and Contact Us:
Have a question about one of our summer camps? Check the Frequently Asked Questions.
For any specific questions not addressed in the registration forms or the camp FAQ, please contact Shelbie Johnson for assistance.
Phone: 504-528-1944 x 425