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For registration assistance please contact kmanley@sacmuseum.org


You must link your membership with your online account to receive your special member pricing. Check the F.A.Q. below for an instructional video if you need assistance. You may also contact info@sacmuseum.org if you have questions or other issues.

Age 6-7

Age 8-9

Age 10-12

Age 13+

Flight Camp | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 5th - June 9th (Age Groups: 6-7, 8-9, and 10-12 years)

  • July 10th - July 14th (Age Groups: 6-7, 8-9, and 10-12 years)

  • July 31st - August 4th (Age Groups: 6-7 and 10-12 years)

Pack your bags and bring your sense of adventure as we embark on a journey into the world of aviation. Work with aviation professionals, learn about the four forces of flight and what it takes to get a plane off the ground, how to perform a pre-flight check on an actual aircraft, plot a cross country course, try your hand at our flight simulators and so much more!

Astronaut Academy | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 12th - June 16th (Age Groups: 6-7 and 10-12 years)

  • July 17th - July 21st (Age Groups: 6-7 and 8-9 years)

  • July 31st - August 4th (Age Groups: 8-9 and 10-12 years)

3, 2, 1 lift-off! Spend the week with us learning about what it takes to be an astronaut! Design, construct and
launch your own rockets, compete in astronaut training simulations, carry out missions as assigned, get a taste
of what it takes to live, work, eat and train like an astronaut. If you are lucky, you just might get to meet one! 

Drone Soccer Camp | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 19th - June 23rd (Age Group: 13+ years)

  • July 10th - July 14th (Age Group: 13+ years)

  • July 31st - August 4th (Age Group: 13+ years)

Have you ever dreamed of joining in on the action of a quidditch game? Drone Soccer is as close as it gets! Join
us for a week of immersion into the incredible world of e-sports with this world-sanctioned sport. You will
learn to operate drones, train together as a team, and then be ready to face the competition as you put all your STEM skills to work.

Exploration Engineering | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 5th - June 9th (Age Groups: 8-9 and 10-12 years)

  • July 17th - July 21st (Age Group: 10-12 years)

Meet some real-world engineers and learn about their process to build things. Then, get the chance to build your
own airport and landing strips, build bridges, towers, and figure out solutions to the problems that engineers
face today. Also, try your hand at some creative and imaginative play with our Imagination Playground blocks-are you up for the challenges?

Design, Build, Play: Board Games | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • July 24th - July 28th (Age Groups: 6-7 and 10-12 years)

The name says it all. Sign up, resident gamers.

Astronomy | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 26th - June 30th (Age Group: 6-7 years)

Find yourself looking at the night stars? We do too! Come join us at this Astronomy camp to learn about our
solar system, the Milky Way Galaxy, and the Universe. Try your hand at naming constellations, learn about telescopes, learn a bit about astrophotography, and being a deep-space adventurer. We know this will be an out­ of-this-world experience!

Earth Science | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 19th - June 23rd (Age Groups: 6-7, 8-9, and 10-12 years)

Learn all about our Earth, from weather events and meteorology forecasting to the layers of our planet. Even get
a taste of OPS and geocaching, as well as topography in this fun filled event all about our planet.

Robotics | 5 Day Camp | $259 Non-members | $229 Members

  • June 26th - June 30th (Age Groups: 8-9 and 10-12 years)

  • July 24th - July 28th (Age Group: 8-9 years)

Join our team of Edunauts for a Robotics camp that'll have you going crazy for code! Construct magnetic robots, explore a maze as a human computer and programming LEGO robots all await you in this exciting camp. You'll leave feeling ready to control the rovers on Mars!

STEM in Space | 3 Day Camp due to July 4th Holiday | $155 Non-members | $125 Members

  • July 5th - July 7th (Age Groups: 8-9 and 10-12 years)

Welcome future explorers! This shortened camp is all about how Science, Technology, Engineering, and
Mathematics is used in space in the past, in the present, and in the future. Learn about current NASA missions, like Artemis, the JWST, and so much more in this camp having you reach for the stars! 

Chopped In Space | 3 Day Camp due to July 4th Holiday | $155 Non-members | $125 Members

  • July 5th - July 8th (Age Group: 6-7 years)

Join us for 3 day long adventure of space cooking! Learn the ropes of zero-gravity food and how we keep the astronauts fed and happy while they are away from home. Build up your own cookbook to take home while competing at the end of the week to see if you have what it takes to feed our resident astronaut.

STEM Chats | Virtual Camp - 1.5 Hours | $40 Non-members and Members

  • June 9th, 23rd (Age Groups: All)

  • July 7th, 21st (Age Groups: All)

Chat with a real-life STEM professional and learn about their profession, how they got started in STEM, and the cool things they do in their field. Then, get the chance to put on your own scientist hat with an activity on the very subject that you heard about. Sign up for one or sign up for all-It is an opportunity you won't want to miss.

Frequently Asked Questions


All lunches will include chocolate milk, a cookie, and a bag of chips.

  • Monday– Mac and Cheese
  • Tuesday– All beef hot dog
  • *Wednesday– Turkey and American Cheese Sandwich
  • *Thursday– Chicken nuggets
  • *Friday– Cheeseburger Slider



  • *NOTE: All camp sales are final, no refunds will be issued unless otherwise decided by Museum staff.
  • ALL campers are required to wear their Summer Camp T-Shirts during Camp. If you need extras, please go here.
  • Please provide lunch each day. Note: we do not have refrigerators or microwaves for your camper.
  • It is recommended to bring a small backpack to carry coats, sweatshirts, etc.
  • Campers must wear closed-toed shoes.
  • The Museum will provide a snack each day. If your child has special dietary requirements, please provide snacks for them during snack times.
  • For tax preparation, the Museum’s tax ID is #47-0619646

If you have any questions, please email kmanley@sacmuseum.org or call (402)944-3100 x214

Camp check-in and check-out will be done by the nose of the SR-71 upon entrance to the Museum. Please park and walk with your camper to the check-in line.

At check-in, we will ask for the name of the person picking up your camper that day. A photo identification is required each day for the person picking up the camper at check-out. If the pick-up person changes during the day, please email edustaff@sacmuseum.org with the camper’s name and the new pick-up person for that day.

Check-In times are as follows:

All Age Groups

8:15 – 8:30 a.m.

Check-Out times are as follows:

All Age Groups

4:15 – 4:30 p.m.

Campers should be checked in and checked out within the allotted time.

Camp is for Campers

Only Museum staff and registered volunteers may enter the drop-off area. Guardians must remain outside the check-in area.

Our staff are trained to help your camper feel comfortable and safe while at camp. Once the day starts, there are so many fun experiences that campers almost always forget about being sad. Here are some things you can do before camp to prepare them for what to expect:

  • Share ideas with your camper about what to do if they feel lonely, such as find a friend, get involved in something fun, or talk to their instructor
  • Let your child know that missing home is typical, and ask them what they might do to get through it.
  • Work to support your child by discussing how cool it is that they are independent enough to go to camp.

Campers are expected to follow directions and be respectful and responsible for their behavior during camp. Guardians will be alerted by a verbal report if their camper’s behavior has become disruptive. It is the job of the guardian to address this behavior before the next day of camp. If disruptive behaviors continue, the camper will be removed from the camp, and no refund will be issued.

If your camper requires assistance during camp, a camp aid may attend camp with the camper. Families are responsible for hiring and paying for camp aid. Camp aids must have completed ninth grade, be at least four years older than the child he/she is assisting, and may not be a family member. Assistants 19 and older will be subject to a background check.

We utilize a 5-step behavior policy. The following steps will be used to address any camper behavioral issues:

  1. Verbal Reminder: Campers will be asked to stop disruptive behavior.
  2. Environmental Change: Campers will be removed from the area and may be asked to sit out one activity.
  3. Behavior Report: A verbal account of the disruptive behavior will be given to the guardian at pick-up.
  4. Send Home: A camper will be sent home if the formally addressed behavior is repeated. They will be allowed to return the next day.
  5. Removal from Camp: If the behavior happens again after the previous four steps have occurred, the camper will not be permitted to return to camp for the 2023 season. No refund will be issued. Any other camps that the camper is registered for will be forfeited with no refund.

Disruptive behaviors are classified at the discretion of the Education Team. Ultimately, the behavior will be deemed disruptive if it negatively affects the experience of other camp participants or puts themselves or others in danger.

Examples of Disruptive Behavior:

  • Talking while others are talking
  • Repeatedly running through the Museum when asked to walk
  • Refusing to participate in activities
  • Throwing items
  • Entering off-limits areas
  • Bullying or aggravating fellow campers
  • Using hurtful language
  • Excluding other campers from activities
  • Inappropriate touching

The following will result in immediate dismissal from camp without refund:

 Physical violence: hitting, kicking, punching, biting, or inappropriate touching

 Inappropriate language: cursing, name-calling, derogatory remarks, or hate speech.

  • You must login to “My Account” with the e-mail that is associated with your membership.
  • Navigate to the “Membership” tab where you will input your member number into the text field to verify.
  • Input the verification code that is sent to your e-mail and your membership and online account are linked!
  • Once your account is linked, special member pricing will be applied automatically when an item is added to the cart!


Additionally, below is an instructional video that shows you how to link your membership account.



If you have questions, please contact us at info@sacmuseum.org and we will be glad to help you!

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