Fairfield Museum offers new summer camp options

Several new summer camps will be added to the Fairfield Museum’s line-up this summer including a biking-focused “Explore the World” camp and a “Super Spies” camp presented in conjunction with the Museum’s exhibition on the Culper Ring: Spies of George Washington! There also will be a “Busy Builders” camp for those who love to create, a “Time Travelers” camp for kids who enjoy history, a graphic arts camp and a week devoted to “Fantastical Creatures” that includes art, field trips and more. The Museum will continue to hold two sessions of its popular “Colonial Life” camp as well as perennial favorite “History By Hand.”

Fairfield Museum camps start the week of June 25 and each weekly session features a new theme for different age groups, starting with age 5 and going up to 14-years-old. According to the Museum’s Director of Education Christine Jewell, “This year’s camps are full of fun and adventure. Whether your child likes art, history, outdoor fun or expeditions, there’s something for everyone this year at the Fairfield Museum!”

Museum members receive a discount for camp enrollment. More information and online registration may be found at fairfieldhistory.org/programs-events/summer-camps/.

For more information contact 203-259-1598 or visit Fairfieldhistory.org.

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