Museum Summer Camps

Visit our Virtual Museum page or check the calendar for online opportunities.

Virtual Space Camp

For ages 6-12

June 14-18, 10-11:30am on Zoom
Child holding a model solar probe.

Learn  about space science through hands-on activities.  Topics include the aurora, eclipses, gravity, rockets, our Solar System, the universe as a whole, and more. Campers will receive a materials kit (pick up at museum) plus daily Zoom sessions with a museum educator and guest experts.  Experience the wonder of outer space with us this summer!

Camp size is limited to encourage interaction.

Visit the Space Camp site for more info and to register! 

Taught by Kristin Donaldson, UAMN Outreach Specialist 

Virtual Space Camp is proudly presented by Dr. Walt & Marita Babula.

Bug Camp

For students entering grades 3-7

July 19-23; 9 am-noon
Location: UAF Campus
Clipart of a beetle on a dark green background.
Learn about Alaska’s insects and their relatives - from our beautiful butterflies and dragonflies to our less-loved mosquitoes and spiders. Through field, forest and pond, under rocks, in flowers and everywhere else, we’ll collect (catch and release some, keep others to build a collection of preserved specimens campers can take home) and study these fascinating many-legged tiny animals.

Taught by Derek Sikes, UAMN Curator of Insects, and Melissa Sikes, Natural Resource Education Specialist at the Fairbanks Soil and Water Conservation District .

Register through UAF Summer Sessions.