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National WWII Museum Offers Three Unique Summer Camps

ed-summer-camp1-405x248Ever wonder what role science and technology played in the Allies’ victory? Would you like to explore the secret techniques used by WWII spies? Want to learn how The National WWII Museum puts on its Stage Door Canteen shows?

Registration is now open for The National WWII Museum’s 2015 Summer Camps. These fun and educational camps use WWII history to engage young people in a variety of enriching activities.

Summer Science Camp

  • Focusing on the ingenuity and technology of WWII; running from June 8 – 12, June 15 – 19, and June 22 – 26 for ages 9 – 12. $185 per session for members; $225 per session for non-members. Click here to register.

Summer Spy Camp

  • Exploring the secret work of WWII spies and intelligence gatherers; running from June 29 – July 3 and July 6 – 10 for ages 8 – 11. $175 per session for members; $215 per session for non-members. Click here to register.

Summer Theater Camp

  • Where camp-goers will become future stars as they learn how The National WWII Museum’s Stage Door Canteen puts on a show; running from July 6 – 17 for ages 9 – 13. $250 per session for members; $275 per session for non-members. Click here to register.

Space is limited in each camp session. For more information, check the camp’s frequently asked questions. You can also contact Shelbie Johnson at 504-528-1944 (ext. 425) or shelbie.johnson@nationalww2museum.org.