Spring Break Camps 2017

The Orpheum Children’s Science Museum’s spring break camps will run March 20th-24th. We will have two camps running each day for different age ranges, to provide a better quality program for your student. Our camps run by the day so our listed pricing is for each day of camp. Scholarships are available for all camps.

Camp Pricing

Day (9am-3pm)

Early Drop-off

Late Pick-up














Monday (March 20th)

Messy Science


Tuesday (March 21st)

Astronaut Adventure

Junior Programmer

Wednesday (March 22nd)

Master Builders


Thursday (March 23rd)

Dinosaur World

Journey Through the Earth

Friday (March 24th)

Play with Physics


Camp Descriptions

Messy Science -Do you like to do hands-on experiments? Have you ever made your own slime or made something that explodes? If that sounds like fun to you, come and explore some cool science experiments that might get a little messy!

Master Builders - Are you a master builder? Join us in boosting your building skills as we overcome both individual and team challenges. We will use all sorts of materials including master builders specialty LEGOs.

Dinosaur World - Would you live in a world filled with Dinosaurs? We’ll explore the world where dinosaurs lived including their habitat and eating habits. By the end of the day you might even feel like a dinosaur yourself!

Play with Physics -Physics might sound hard, but physics is involved in how you throw a ball, go down a slide, or swing on a swing set. We’ll play some games and make our own toys while learning all about physics!

Grossology - Ewww! Gross! Does it smell bad? Does it feel weird? Come join us in exploring some of those things that just gross you out.

Junior Programmer - Do you like to being in charge and giving instructions? That’s what being a computer programmer involves. Join us in your first steps as a junior computer programmer as we learn how computers think and listen and then we will practice giving them instructions through games and storytelling.

Engineer -An engineer helps build our world, from bridges, to robots, to your microwave. Come put your skills to the test as we design and problem-solve our way through some challenges faced by engineers everyday.

Journey through the Earth - Ever think about what’s under your feet? Usually the answer includes the Earth somewhere. But, what is really under the surface? Join us in exploring how the inside of our Earth works. From aquifers, to fossils, to volcanos, we’ll build and explore them all!

Robotics - Ever had a chance to build your very own robot? Join us as we learn how robots are designed, built, and programmed. By the end you’ll have the chance to build your very own robot with one of our LEGO robotics kits!

We hope you will join us this Spring Break for some awesome fun! Our registration form can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding camps or available scholarships please email education@orpheumkids.com

Special Spring Break Camp: Life as an Astronaut

The Orpheum is proud to offer a very special camp for 6th-8th graders. This camp will feature curriculum developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)! In this camp students will investigate a life in space. Space holds many dangers and conditions that are different from our everyday lives on Earth, so astronauts must train their bodies, use special equipment and vehicles to survive. Join us in exploring Life as an Astronaut!

March 20-24 (9am-3pm)

Extended AM (8am-9am)

Extended PM (3pm-5:30pm)





Our registration form for Life as an Astronaut can be found here!

Summer Camps 2017

The Orpheum will host six weeks of summer camps this year. Exact details have not yet been finalized, but mark your calendars and remember to join us for Summer Camps! Check back here for more details.

Week 1

June 12 - June 16

Week 2

June 19 - June 23

Week 3

June 26 - July 2

Week 4

July 10 - July 14

Week 5

July 17 - July 21

Week 6

July 24 - July 28

The Orpheum Children’s Science Museum is proud to offer a fun and educational option for students during their time out of school. The Orpheum’s clubs offer a unique opportunity for students to engage in hands-on exploration of science and technology.

Girls Do Science Club for K-2nd or 3rd-5th

This club will encourage and inspire girls to participate in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). We'll explore a wide variety of different topics from biology to 3D printing, be inviting special community guests who work in a STEM fields. Each meeting will have a different guest, and always include hands-on activities sure to engage both former and new participants. Girls will develop critical thinking skills including predicting, experimenting, observing, interpreting and communicating. The K-2nd segment of this club focuses on building excitement for all the possibilities STEM fields bring, while the 3rd-5th graders will be empowered to pursue STEM careers.

Girls Do Science




1:30pm - 3pm

3:30pm - 5pm


2/25, 3/11, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6

2/25, 3/11, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6





Members: $95 Non: $105

Members: $95 Non: $105

Imagination City for K-5th Grade

Do you enjoy creating and imagining with LEGO? Explore the engineering, design, and creative potential of LEGO. This dynamic curriculum will give children a new appreciation for LEGO and the infinite possibilities as they test their brains to construct animals, buildings, simple machines, transportation, and model an original LEGO City.

Imagination City


1pm - 2pm


2/26, 3/12, 4/9, 4/23, 5/7




Members: $71 Non: $79

Robotics Jr. for K-5th Grade (Spring 2017)

Do you want to build your very own robots? Take the first steps toward becoming a LEGO Robotics innovator with this introductory level club. Learn how to construct, work as a team, and explore the world of programming while having fun building with LEGO We-Do kits.

Robotics Jr


12pm -1pm


2/25, 3/11, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6




Members: $95 Non: $105

*Please note if there is sufficient interest we will open a second session from 10:30am - 11:30am to accommodate additional students.

Robotics Club with 4-H for 3rd-6th Grade

This is a great opportunity to learn robotics basics by working with LEGO Mindstorms®. Participants will build models, attach sensors and motors that are plugged into a computer, and configure behaviors using a simple programming tool. The curriculum is dynamic and fun with explorations in science, math, technology and engineering concepts. Participants are challenged by various problems and work together with others to find solutions.

Robotics with 4H


2:30pm - 4:30pm


2/19, 3/5, 3/12, 4/9, 4/23, 5/7




Members: $142 Non:$158

*Note if you are already a 4-H member your price is reduced by $20

To register for any of these clubs, please fill out our registration form found here.