Spring Break Camps at the Florida Museum
The Florida Museum of Natural History invites students to dive into the sciences through activities and hands-on exploration during Spring Break Camps, full- or half-day programs for K-5 students.
In the morning camp, “Down on the Farm,” students will explore animal domestication and its impact on civilization.
In the afternoon camp, “Movie Magic,” students will learn tricks and skills to create their own theatrical masterpieces!
Pre-registration is required. Questions? Call 352-273-2061.
Created by Florida Museum
Hull Road and Southwest 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32611
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