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Summer Discovery Camps
Six 1-week sessions from June 22 - August 7, 2015 (9am to 4pm daily, Extended Care is available.)
Spend a week with us and live history!
Imagine having the entire campus of The Henry Ford as your own personal playground. Science, games, hiking, inventors, tours, fishing, robotics – even a chance to perform green experiments. The Henry Ford’s Summer Discovery Camps offer a broad and well-rounded schedule for the kid who is inquisitive, adventurous and filled with boundless energy. Programs are grade-specific for grades 2-9. Discounted pricing for members of The Henry Ford.

Registration is now open! Please click the Buy Tickets button below to register.
Program details
The Henry Ford offers amazing camp experiences. Discovery Camp® is our history-based camp for children going into the 2nd through 9th grades. Each level has its own theme and related crafts and activities.

All camps are based in Henry Ford Academy® classrooms in Henry Ford Museum® and Greenfield Village®, where campers will enjoy upgraded amenities, including air-conditioning, while still being immersed in the museum and village atmosphere. To ensure high-quality experiences, staff-to-camper ratio will not exceed 1:8.

Each camp runs 9am - 4pm daily with extended care available before and after camp. Camp days are packed with activities, including special tours, rides and plenty of fun!

An afternoon snack is provided. A Discovery Camp T-shirt will be distributed to each camper at the end of their first day of camp. The T-shirt should be worn the remainder of the week. Additional T-shirts may be purchased in advance if desired. See the registration form for details.

Each weeklong camp is offered several weeks throughout the summer.
Discovery Camp is offered:
  Week A June 22-26
  Week B July 6-10
  Week C July 13-17
  Week D July 20-24
  Week E July 27-31
  Week F August 3-7
Camp Descriptions
Camp levels 6, 7, & 8 will include a Thursday evening pizza dinner and special activities which will run from 4 – 8pm. Level 9 - Robots to the Rescue and Level 9 - Innovation in Action do not include the Thursday evening dinner or activities.

Extended Care
Extended care is available for an additional fee. The morning session runs 7-8:50am and the afternoon session runs 4-6pm. A variety of tabletop games is offered in both sessions

Registration and Refunds
For your child’s enjoyment, please register him/her for the grade he/she will be entering in the fall. Registrations are processed in the order received. Priority registration for donors and members is February 24 through March 23, 2015. Open registration begins on March 24. Full refunds must be requested by May 23, 2015. No refunds will be given after May 24, 2015.
Download the 2015 Discovery Camp Brochure

Grade Levels 2-5
MEMBERS $238 per child/ per week

Grade Levels 6-8
MEMBERS $247 per child/ per week

Grade Level 9
Robots to the Rescue
MEMBERS $238 per child/ per week

Grade Level 9
Innovation in Action
MEMBERS $247 per child/ per week

Extended care $25 per session (AM or PM) per week, members and non-members.

Discovery Camp® Survival Packs also available. Survival Packs include: Drawstring Backpack, Sunscreen, Rain Poncho, Tissue Travel Pack, Off! Bug Repellent Wipes, and Water Bottle. Choose from four colors: Blue, Black, Lime Green, or Pink.
Call the Museum Store at 313-982-2786 for ordering information.

Registration information

Registration begins February 24, 2015, for members and March 24, 2015, for non-members.

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