Spend the night at our museum.
What is Camp-In?
Camp-In is a one-night overnight program for Girl Scout Juniors, Girl Scout third-grade bridging Brownies, Bears, Webelos, or any organized school or youth group in 3rd-5th grade. Camp-In combines an indoor, overnight adventure with exciting, interactive science education. Camp-In includes IMAX and planetarium shows, three hands-on science workshops, and time to explore many of the museum’s interactive exhibits. Camp-In also includes an evening snack, a light breakfast, and a participation patch. Check-In begins at 5:15 PM and the program ends after IMAX in the morning at 9:00 AM.
When is Camp-In Available?
Camp-In events run on Friday and Saturday nights, January-April, with specific nights reserved exclusively for 3rd-5th-grade Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, or school/youth groups.
- Hands-on Science Workshops
- IMAX and Planetarium shows
- Special access to the Science Center
- A chance to spend the night in the museum
- Opportunities to fulfill badge requirements
Volunteering for Camp-In
If you are a student in grades 10 or higher and are interested in being a Volunteer for Camp-In, please see the volunteer section of our employment page. Be sure to look at the current Camp-In calendar first, so you know what dates are available.
If you have general questions about Camp-In, please contact the Camp-In Programs Supervisor at any time during the year at 410-545-5955 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.