Introducing our first ever:
Spring Break Science Camp
After 70 years of providing world-class, hands-on scientific learning, the American Museum of Science and Energy (AMSE) is excited to offer its first ever Science Camp planned especially for students on Spring Break from March 18-22.
Campers will hold, construct, and participate in scientific demonstrations, crafts, and exhibitions. Actively engaging in firsthand science teaches children how the scientific process works and how this understanding is relevant to everyday life.
Our camp makes sure your child is introduced to science from a variety of disciplines. Camp participation is limited to ensure our scientific experience surpasses expectations. Our experiments will cover subjects like electricity, space exploration and physics, and fossils and geology. Camp will include specialty activities like 3D printing (which will result in a small gift for campers to take home), an introduction to robotics, and live reptiles! We can promise that your child will enjoy what they are learning.
Over five days, participants will have access to our exceptional classroom laboratories along with a multitude of activities throughout the new AMSE facility.
Children in 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th grades will be introduced to a wide world of scientific exploration in the nation’s oldest atomic energy museum as it celebrates its 70th anniversary.
Our Spring Break Science Camp is March 18 – 22 from 9 am – 3 pm at the American Museum of Science and Energy located at 115 Main Street East, Oak Ridge, TN, 37830.
To register and see more information visit: AMSE.org.
Members receive 10% off the cost. Non-Members pay $160 per child.
Campers must bring their own lunch; an afternoon snack will be provided.
Registration is required: Call 865-294-5421 or visit the museum to register.
Special thanks to Reptile Bliss/The Reptile Bliss Resort for sponsoring each camper!