Summer Camps at The Works Museum

Engage your kids in science and engineering summer camps at The Works Museum! Featuring new camps each season, as well as favorites like LEGO Robotics, Code Camp, architecture, and more. Our summer camps for kids at The Works are ideal for girls and boys ages 5-13. Find camps exclusively for your PreK budding engineers, camps for girls such as our Rosie Revere Engineer and Code Camp for Girls, camps using the LEGO WeDo construction set, and add-on Friday Fun Days. Summer camp season at The Works Museum is alive with enthusiasm and creative engineering.

Camper safety is always our top priority.

As always, we’ll continue to follow the recommendations of Governor Walz and the Minnesota Department of Health. We will continue to update our website and camp families with any changes to health and safety guidelines. 

2022 Summer Camps at the Works Museum

Scroll down to view summer camps by age or topic – or download the “summer-at-a-glance” planning grid.

Registration Information for 2022 Summer Camps

February 2, 2022: ⚙︎  Innovators Club registration begins.
February 4, 2022: Member registration begins.
February 9, 2022: Public registration begins.

Register for camp by clicking on the date of the camp you would like your child to attend.

Notes for your planning:

  • A.m. and p.m. camps can be combined for a full day. Lunch is supervised for campers attending a full day of camp.
  • Create a 5-day experience by adding a Friday One-Day Camp.
  • Drop-off begins at 8:30 for a.m. camps and at 12:30 for p.m. camps.
  • Pick-up is from 12-12:15 for a.m. camps and 4-4:15 for p.m. camps.
  • Download our Camp at The Works Social Story.

⚙︎ HINT: If you’re registering for 2 or more camps, an Innovators Club membership could save you money. See details at theworks.org/support-us/innovators-club/

Important Camp Details:

Register for camp by clicking on Camps by Age or Camps by theme.

Register for camp by clicking on Camps by Age or Camps by Theme.

Check out a fun video from out Amusement Park Design summer camp:

Video by Sam Basques