A large crowd of students and spectators watch as robotics teams compete at the National WWII Museum Robotics Challenge

Robotics Challenge

An Exciting Competition Opportunity for Students

The National WWII Museum Robotics Challenge is an exciting opportunity for 4th through 8th grade students to develop 21st century skills and participate in active problem-solving all based on real-life scenarios from World War II. Focused on the enduring themes of innovation, teamwork, community, and cooperation, the robotics program at The National WWII Museum provides a springtime competition opportunity for both established teams and newcomers to the field of student robotics.

Registration for the 2024 Robotics Tournament is now full. If you would like to join the waitlist for the Tournament, please contact robotics@nationalww2museum.org.

Robotics Challenge Tournament

The 2024 Robotics Tournament will take place at The National WWII Museum on Saturday, May 11th. Tournament Registration is now closed.

Please contact robotics@nationalww2museum.org with any questions.

Event Information

Robo Mail Call

If your team is unable to participate in the Robotics Challenge Tournament, you can still sign up to reserve a Robotics Practice Kit through Robo Mail Call! Kits include a 2024 Robot Game Mat and manipulatives for each of the Robot Game missions.

Robo Mail Call is available for any team or classroom that is interested in trying a new robotics education challenge. Register below to request a free Robotics Practice Kit in the mail.

Request a Practice Kit

The 2024 Robotics Challenge Documents are available to download!

Download the 2024 Team Assets here.

Contact us at robotics@nationalww2museum.org with any questions.

Learn More

Robotics Challenge is supported by:

Supported in part by The Selley Foundation & The RosaMary Foundation


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