Kids explore with real tools and hands-on projects in The Works Museum's science and engineering summer camps in Minnesota.

Coding Camps

Explore coding, sequencing, and logic at our Coding camps for kids ages 6-13. Your camper can program their own robot creations, assemble a Raspberry Pi system, use Python coding language, and more.

 

Our coding camps for have ended for 2019.

Please check back in January to see new summer camp programs for summer 2020.

Looking for camps for the 2019-2020 school year? Click below to view the schedule.

Tips for camp registration:

  • Want a 5-day experience for your camper? Add on a Friday Fun Day to the regular camp week.
  • Want to try a 1-day experience? Register just for Friday Fun Days or look at our July 4th week camps.
  • The session you wanted is full? Get on the wait list to be notified if we’re able to add extra sessions.
  • Want a full-day experience? Register for an a.m. and p.m. camp. We supervise campers while they enjoy lunch from home and play between camps.
  • Drop-off begins at 8:30 for a.m. camps and at 12:30 for p.m. camps.
  • Pick-up is from 12-12:30 for a.m. camps and 4-4:15 for p.m. camps. Add aftercare to extend your child’s day to 5 p.m. by selecting the “with aftercare” version of your camp selection. Aftercare is an additional $28 for Monday-Thursday camps, and $7 for Friday Fun Days or One-Day camps.
  • By registering for camp you attest that you have read and agree to the camp and cancellation policies of The Works Museum.
  • Please note there is summer road construction in our surrounding area. Please plan adequate travel time.