Enjoy a special Spring Break without the hassles of traveling a long distance! Sign up for a camp full of hands-on, interactive activities, and visits to historic sites around the museum.
1. Register Your Child following the links below
2. Fill out Participant Info, Health, & Consent Form (required)
3. Check your email for confirmation of purchase and camp info.
Get ready for spring! Campers will learn where their food comes from by getting their hands dirty. Start seeds, plant an indoor garden, and learn about “good bugs” and “bad bugs” in the garden. Explore conservation methods used in the 19th century through today. Try your hand at creating garden art out of natural and recycled materials, and make garden inspired snacks.
Spend the morning helping with chores around the farm, such as the care and feeding of farm animals. Spend the afternoon learning about other aspects of life on the farm, including cooking and baking and wind, water and solar power. Campers will spend part of their day outside and on the farm as they do farm chores, regardless of the weather, so be sure to dress appropriately.
Living History Farms Day Camp program is accredited by the American Camp Association, the only nationwide organization that accredits all types of organized camps.