Camps run Monday through Thursday from 9 AM to 3 PM. Drop off is between 8:30-9 AM; pick-up is at 3 PM. Pick up time has been moved to 3 pm to allow our staff more cleaning time to prepare for the next day.

June 15-18 

The Workshop (Incoming Grades 2-4):  Break it, make it, take it (home)! Inviting all inventors and makers for a week of building with exciting materials, guided design challenges and free build opportunities. Design inspiration will come from nature, engineers, YouTube DIY projects and our own imaginations. Kids will also participate in fun games and free play in our indoor and outdoor exhibits. 

June 22-25

Playland (Incoming Grades K-1):  Welcome to a world of make believe! Inviting all pirates, princesses, wizards, warriors, and fairies to join us for a playful exploration of our imagination. In this camp, we will invent and create toys, build forts, sing songs, read stories, play games and make new friends both indoors and out throughout this week of playful fun!

July 6 and 7 

Two Day All Girls S.T.E.A.M. Team  (Incoming Grades 3-6):  In this ALL GIRL science camp, we’ll spend two days experimenting, testing, building, and creating as we explore various fields of science, including chemistry, physical science, robotics and engineering!  Two Day Camp Cost - $160 

July 13-16

Adventureland (Incoming Grades K-1):  Scavenger hunts, obstacle courses, crafting and games abound!  Campers will enhance their fine motor skills through cutting, gluing and piecing together their own spy and exploration gadgets.  In addition, campers will create a spy/explorer identity and go on secret missions both indoors and outdoors throughout this week of adventure! 

July 20-23

The Laboratory (Incoming Grades 2-4):  If you like to ask questions, make observations and most importantly conduct experiments, then this is the camp for you! We will explore engineering concepts, discover the wonders of our natural world, and of course, experiment with one of our favorite chemical reactions—SLIME! Kids will also participate in fun games and free play both indoors and out!

August 3-6

The Craftroom (Incoming Grades 2-4):  Get crafty and creative in this colorful summer camp! We’ll learn new skills with new tools as we explore various crafts such as weaving, building, jewelry making, painting and much more. We’ll combine our favorite fields such as science and engineering to create art! Kids will also have plenty of time to participate in fun games and free play both indoors and out!

August 10-13

Wonderland (Incoming Grades K-1):  In this camp, children will use all of their senses including their powerful sense of wonder to investigate the curiosities of the world around them.  Inspired by nature and science, children will build forts and fairy houses, do silly science experiments, and play plenty of team building games both indoors and out during this week of wanders and wonders in nature! 


$335 non-member; $305 member


Registration is ONLINE ONLY and must be paid in full at time of registration. Registration links will be posted to our website.

Registration is a two-step process: complete and submit the Google Form; upon receipt of submission confirmation, click on payment link. Spot will only be secured upon payment.


Registration payments can be made here. You will also be directed to the payment page upon submission of registration form.


JHCM will maintain a waitlist. If the program you selected is full, please email Gina Kyle at to be placed on the waitlist.

Cancellation Policy

If participant cancels up to one week prior to the start date, a 10% cancellation fee will be applied to the refund. If participant cancels within one week, or after the class has started, no refund is available.

Programs may be cancelled by the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum due to low enrollment or other extenuating circumstances. Participants enrolled in a cancelled program will receive a 100% refund.

Photo Policy

The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum may use photos taken during programs for promotional materials.

Parent Information

You will receive a pre-program welcome letter prior to the start of camp with more details about the session and updated camp participation forms.