Wisconsin and the World: August 5-9, 2019
Wisconsin and the World: August 5-9, 2019
Price: $250.00
Online registration has closed for this camp. Call 608-264-6557 for information.
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Wisconsin & the World
Grades 1 - 3 ยท August 5 - 9

Take a trip around the world without leaving Wisconsin! Campers will explore the many cultures that make up Wisconsin. We'll meet new friends and discover sites in Madison that are windows to the world. Come join us on our journey as we share traditional stories, make instruments, learn international songs, games, and more!

Age Range: For kids in grade 1 to grade 3

Camp Dates: August 5 - 9
LocationWisconsin Historical Museum.
30 N Carroll Street, Madison, Wisconsin.
(On the capitol square.)

Camp Time: Camps run from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

Extended Care Option ($10/day): Extend care until 4:30 pm. During extended care, children can hang out with summer staff in our theatre, watch some cool films, and create more art projects, among other activities!

Contact: If you have further questions, please contact our museum education team at 608-264-6557, or email us at museumeducation@wisconsinhistory.org.

If you are unable to attend:
  • Cancellations made before May 31 are eligible for a 50% refund. 
  • Cancellations after May 31 are non-refundable. May be transferred to another camp if space is available.
To cancel from this camp, please call or email: 608-264-6557 | museumeducation@wisconsinhistory.org
Wisconsin Historical Society Member Discount
Members of the Wisconsin Historical Society can receive a 10% discount on most items and events*. The discount is applied during online checkout when you enter your member number in the discount code field and click the Update button (important!). The space for entering the member number appears after you enter your name and address information. 

Click here to learn more about WHS Memberships

*Discounts do not apply to all items. Examples of excluded items are sale items, clearance items, some special events, and the annual WHS Christmas ornament.