Summer Camps 2021

Each camp includes activities that are STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) oriented but hidden in fun educational instruction, arts and crafts, games, and indoor and outdoor activities, with professional and highly qualified counselors. Iron Hill Museum & Science Center in Newark, Delaware, has been connecting families to nature since 1968! Each summer, Iron Hill offers science adventure camps for youth ages 7-13 (depending on the week). Our counselors are trained to teach to various age ranges and excel at helping children learn in many way.

Insect Inspectors | August 2-6 | Ages 7-13

Wings, legs, and body parts! Can you tell a katydid from a grasshopper? Learn to identify the insects in Delaware and how to catch and release safely.

Nature Rangers | August 9-13 | Ages 7-11

Love being outdoors? Sharpen your skills to see the smallest things that usually go unnoticed. They can teach us big lessons!

Registration

We are supplying paper copies for the summer camp registrations at this time. Please email director@ironhillsciencecenter.org or call 302-368-5703 if you would like to request the information.

We are happy to announce that we are also accepting electronic registrations for 2021. Please click the link below.

Click for Summer Camp Registration

Summer camp kid with a jar.

Basic information for our yearly Science Adventure Camps

Summer Camps Hours: 9a.m. to 3p.m.

Before and After Care: 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Cost of each camp: $185 per camper
Extended care is $70 for the week or $30 for mornings and $40 for afternoons. Remember to bring a lunch each day!

If you have any questions or wish to get information for summer camps this year, please contact us at 302-368-5703 or director@ironhillsciencecenter.org 

Become a member today to take advantage of discounted registration and membership perks.

If you don’t have camper in your household, you can still be a big help. Make a donation to the Education Fund today!

Insect Inspectors on the hunt for a rotten log to investigate! – Maureen Zieber