Looking for a Spring Break Camp in the Twin Cities area? Whether you’re seeking childcare during school release days or simply want to add some structure to your kids’ spring break, The Works Museum can help with our day camps for school-aged kids.
Our science and engineering day camps are ideal for kids ages 5-12. At past school break camps, kids constructed cardboard castles, designed contraptions, created wizardly potions, took apart electronics on a treasure hunt for cool components, built ball runs and K’nex creations and much more.
With lots of opportunities to design, build, and create – AKA: engineer! – your camper will have a great time and stay busy during your Twin Cities stay-cation. Many camps are offered in half-day or one-day options to give you more flexibility in planning your spring break.
Spring Break Camps are offered for kids ages 5-10 (5-year-olds must be in kindergarten).
Four-day are camps offered M-Th, 3/26-3/29 and 4/2-4/5. Morning and afternoon camps can be combined for a full day experience.
School break camps are for students enrolled in Kindergarten through Grade 5, or equivalent ages for homeschool students.
Extended drop-off is available from 8:30-9 a.m.
AM and PM camps can be combined for a full day; supervision during lunch is provided.
Pickup is available from 4-4:15 p.m. Aftercare from 4-5 p.m. is available, $7 per day.
All camps take place at The Works Museum: 9740 Grand Ave. S., Bloomington, MN 55420.
My kids love school break camps at The Works. They come home with fun creations and lots of ideas for things they want to design and build. I often find their projects re-purposed into new inventions weeks or even months after they’ve attended camp. We’ll definitely come back next year!