Camps at LCM
2021 Summer Camp
Summer Camp is Back!
Registration is open! Sign up HERE.
LCM Summer Camps are back in 2021 with 10 weeks of learning adventures and hands-on fun for children ages 4 - 8 years old. Camps will be held daily from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. with supervised and structured exploration indoors and outdoors! Children will be split into groups according to their age. We will have 4 - 5 year old groups and 6 - 8 year old groups.
The LCM Member camp fee is $275/week; Non-Members $325/week. Before care will be available from 8:00 - 9:00am and after care will be also be offered until 5:30pm for an additional fee.
Week of June 1 | Mississippi Mud Pies
Calling all chefs for a week of cooking camp - inside and out!
Week of June 7 | Roots & Shoots
Explore life cycles of plants as you grow an edible garden.
Week of June 14 | Life on the Lagoon
Learn about life on the lagoon as you explore ecosystems, habitats and venture out on our Floating Classroom.
Weeks of June 14 & June 21 (Two Week Camp) | Studio In the Park
Two-week art camp based in the Museum's Studio in the Park.
Nature + Art + Science will fill these two weeks with fun, fun, fun!
Week of June 21 | Patterned Pollinators
Observe, discover, and design patterns in nature -- especially those that crawl and fly!
Week of June 28 | Take a Line for a Walk
"A drawing is simply a line going for a walk." -- Paul Klee
Children will enjoy a drawing journey in this creative camp.
Week of July 5 | Aspiring Architects
From birds' nests to buildings, all structures have creativity and purpose.
Week of July 12 | Doodle Bugs & Squirmy Worms
Young Entomologists will explore the grounds of the Museum and discover what lives below.
Week of July 19 | Budding Botanists
Take it outside with seeds, soils, and sunlight!
Week of July 26 | A Story Safari: Tall Tales & Adventures
Stories and storytelling will help children get into the back-to-school routine.
Week of August 2 | Eye Spy
Create journals that highlight letters, numbers, colors, and shapes!
For questions around camp, please email email@example.com or call 504-266-2403. Please leave a detailed voicemail, and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
Louisiana Children's Museum will follow strict health and safety protocols and adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the State of Louisiana, and City of New Orleans. Details provided with registration.