Camps and Classes
Grow and discover year round! Interactive camps at The Journey Museum & Learning Center provide children and students an endless source of enriching activities and unforgettable experiences to help them truly learn about natural history in a unique setting. Make sure to seize the opportunity to attend a camp at The Journey Museum & Learning Center and you’ll learn about an incredible range of topics. This local, unique natural history museum has much to offer to students.
Power your world with STEAM and indulge yourself in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Become a space explorer, designing a rover to discover the unknown on a distant planet. Discover the bones of the life that roamed the earth before us. Imagination and creativity run wild in camps at The Journey Museum & Learning Center. Learn about art, culture, archaeology, paleontology, geology and science in a fun, exciting and hands-on environment at the natural history museum.
Students learn in different ways, so offering a unique camp or class for local students offers them a chance to learn outside of the traditional classroom setting. Give them an educational summer while they’re still having fun to ensure they are learning during their time off. For many students, camp at a natural history museum will help teach them more than they would take in during a classroom session and enhance what they are learning in school in a unique way.
There is a camp option for everyone at The Journey Museum & Learning Center. Each camp features new interactive education experiences, one is never the same! Take a look at all of the different camps offered and pick one that will stretch and grow your child the most. It is truly a special experience in a unique natural history museum.
Events Calendar Summer Camps
There are no upcoming "Summer Camps" events at this time.
Stay informed about upcoming events throughout the year.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center regularly adds new events, exhibits, and features to the expansive museum, covering American history, Black Hills history, and Native American culture.
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