Five-Day Kids' Science Camp from Destination Science (59% Off). 24 Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

In exciting science camps lasting five days, kids can invent crazy roller coasters, build robots, launch rockets, or extract their own DNA

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Expiration varies. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. Valid only at listed locations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Learning about science at camp is safer than experiencing it firsthand by ingesting a beaker or reanimating a cherished family parakeet. Bring science to life with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $150 for a five-day kids' science camp (a $364 value)

A full day of camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Camps are available for kids entering kindergarten through sixth grade in the fall. Choose from 24 options:

Community Synagogue in Rye

  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, July 15–19
  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, July 22–26
  • Crazy Coaster Science and Sea-fari Park, July 29–August 2

Manhattanville College in Purchase

  • Astronaut Adventure Camp, August 5–9
  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, August 12–16

College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle

  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, July 15–19
  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, July 22–26

Larchmont Temple in Larchmont

  • Crazy Coaster Science and Sea-fari Park, August 5–9
  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, August 12–16
  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, August 19–23

The Presbyterian Church in White Plains

  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, July 15–19
  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, August 19–23

Scarsdale Congressional Church in Scarsdale

  • Astronaut Adventure Camp, July 22–26
  • Crazy Coaster Science and Sea-fari Park, July 29–August 2
  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, August 5–9
  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, August 19–23

Temple Beth Abraham in Tarrytown

  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, July 15–19
  • Crazy Coaster Science and Sea-fari Park, July 22–26
  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, July 29–August 2

St. Patrick's School in Bedford

  • Astronaut Adventure Camp, July 15–19
  • The Ultimate Survival Zone, July 22–26

World Cup School in Chappaqua

  • Crazy Coaster Science and Sea-fari Park, July 29–August 2
  • Wacky Mega-Bot Tech, August 5–9
  • Astronaut Adventure Camp, August 12–16

Destination Science

Design a digital rock dock station. Create a chameleon. Build and race an all-terrain robot. Taste the food that astronauts eat. The children who engage in these once-in-a-lifetime activities at Destination Science camps aren't just having fun—they're learning science. At 22 camp locations in four states, counselors lead campers ages 5 to 11 through a full week of hands-on exploration in various disciplines. Aided by kid-friendly tools, entertaining demonstrations, and inventive lesson plans, they teach campers the basics of scientific inquiry through the fun of exploration and experimentation. The four main camps focus on topics ranging from human and marine biology to astronomy, engineering, and physics, often with engaging games and hands-on projects. All of Destination Science's instructors are experienced educators and university students, each focused in the sciences and chosen for their ability to relate to children and build an effective baking-soda volcano.

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