Dive into the fascinating world of nature at the Everhart! During this week-long summer camp, campers will explore taxidermy birds, ancient fossils, rocks and minerals, and more within the Everhart’s natural history galleries, and will venture throughout Nay Aug Park discovering the wildlife and natural beauty around them. Inspired by nature, campers will engage in a variety of art projects, from painting and sculpture to mixed media and crafts. Along the way, campers will learn from experts in their fields while cultivating a love for both nature and art!

Everhart Explorers Camp is led by knowledgeable educators dedicated to providing a safe and enriching experience. With space for only 20 campers, each child receives personalized attention and support. Breakfast and lunch will be provided to fuel our young explorers throughout the day, courtesy of Aramark.

Register today for your child to create lasting memories and friendships while discovering the wonders of nature!

For more information, call 570-346-7186 ext. 516 or email camille@everhart-museum.org.

When: July 8–July 12,
9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m., drop off 8:45–9:00 a.m.
Where: Everhart Museum,
1901 Mulberry St., Scranton, PA 18510
Ages: 7–10
Cost: Museum Members: $145 per camper
Non-Members: $165 per camper

Save on this and other programs and events, and receive annual free admission by becoming a member today!

🎒 What to Expect:

  • Gallery Exploration: Embark on guided tours of our natural history galleries, led by passionate educators who bring the exhibits to life with stories and insights.
  • Hands-On Activities: Engage in interactive activities inspired by the exhibits, from examining real fossils to identifying minerals and creating your own paintings inspired by the taxidermy birds. 
  • Nature Journaling: Document your discoveries and observations in a personal nature journal, reflecting on the wonders encountered each day.
  • Outdoor Expeditions: Venture outside into scenic Nay Aug Park for nature walks and scavenger hunts, connecting the Museum exhibitions to the local environment.
  • Special Guest Speakers: Learn from local experts who are passionate about nature and conservation.

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