Operation Imagination


We are excited to be back in-person for camps for summer!

Each week will host no more than 16 campers who will be guided by two IMAS Educators in our large Discovery Pavilion space. Campers will sit two per table and have their own supply box and cubby for the week. Campers are required to wear masks when on museum grounds, including outdoor spaces. Campers must bring a bag lunch and a reusable water bottle. An afternoon snack is provided. Camp drop off is between 8:50-9:00 AM and pickup is from 3:00-3:30 PM.

Most camp weeks are designed for rising 3rd-5th graders with the exception of Amazing Anatomy, best suited for rising 5th-7th.

Please print and fill out Camper Information Form after completed registration.

Camp FAQ


June 7: Watercolor Painters: Learn the basics of watercolors and create a landscape, an abstract painting, and a watercolor still life.

June 14: Nature Lovers: Explore the natural world and learn about environmental science. Tend to a mini garden, participate in a fossil dig, and build a bug home.

June 21: Glowing Geologists: Dig into the world of rocks, minerals, and more. Create a crystal painting, learn to classify rocks, and go in depth about the rock cycle.

June 28: Mission to Mars: Build a Mars rover, train like an astronaut, learn about habitable planets, and design your own space suit.

July 5: Amazing Anatomy (5th-7th graders): Learn all about the human body, inside and out!

July 12: Sketch Artists: Advance your drawing skills and learn a new medium every day. We will draw human faces, skeletons, and other subjects from real life with charcoal, graphite and other materials.

July 19: Being Green: Grow your green thumb as you learn about composting, explore renewable energy, and how to care for the planet.

July 26: IMAS Coders: Build your basic coding skills as you work with simple circuits, computer coding, and more.

August 2: Zoology Camp: Explore a new animal kingdom each day and learn about unique animal characteristics, eco-tourism, endangered species, and basic animal needs.