D.A.R Museum Camps
Become a part of an elite team of historians in the second annual Junior Historian Camp. This one-week camp explores objects at the DAR Museum and in the Presidents Park/White House area as Junior Historians learn about history, the importance of preservation, and the jobs and tools needed. There will be hands-on activities, tours and projects. Junior Historians will receive a Junior Ranger hat and camp gear, and be presented with a DAR Museum patch and Junior Ranger badge at a certificate ceremony at the completion of camp. Camp fee includes hat, t-shirt, supplies, and snacks. This is a joint effort with the National Park Service/President’s Park and the DAR Museum.
It’s the second Revolution! In honor of the bicentennial, Colonial Camp will leap ahead to explore our final fight for freedom during the War of 1812 and the impact of the war on colonial life. During this one-week camp, campers will wear historically accurate 1812 costumes while learning about social and political life in the early 1800s, and campers will visit a historic battlefield. Camp fee includes field trip expenses, snacks, crafts, and costume.
Kids ages 8-13 will enjoy:
Visit http://www.dar.org/museum for more information.